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Knot of the Week
You spent the weekend celebrating the nation’s founders. Now, we at Cracker Barrel pay our respects to founders of a different kind. We’re talking about volunteers who
When you see a fellow Scouter wearing this red, green, and yellow knot, what does it tell you? For us, it’s a sign that this Scouter was dedicated to the program from a
Take a break from corralling your den full of energized 7- to 10-year-olds, and listen up. We know you work hard as a den leader, and we want give you a hint on how you can
Scouting is universal. No matter where you go in the country, you’ll see Scouts of every religion, race, and socioeconomic level. In honor of the BSA’s desire to
If you think about it, labor unions are a lot like Scouting units. Both consist of a group of similarly minded people who are all working toward a common goal. That explains
Who should have access to opportunities like Scouting? Whitney Young knew the answer to that question: everyone. The famed Civil Rights leader once said: “Every man is our
Yes, you recycle, drive a hybrid car, and plant trees on Earth Day. You’re doing your part to help protect our planet. But a select few are driven to make an even bigger
Take a look at the seven knots we’ve covered in our Knot of the Week series so far. They all have one thing in common: We want you to earn them. And with enough dedication
We at Cracker Barrel are landlocked here in Irving, Tex. Because of that, we must admit feeling some envy when we hear about the Sea Scouts. This specialized division of
About a month ago we discussed in this space the National Eagle Scout Association. We were introducing you to the new NESA Life Membership Award. You remember, of course.
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