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National Scout Jamboree
Better transportation, more time off, a staff village and warmer showers? That's just some of what's in store for volunteers at the 2017 National Jamboree.
I can think of no higher praise than the words used today to describe the Summit’s Sustainability Treehouse. Alissa Walker, who writes for the popular technology and
As any sports fan will tell you, numbers don’t always tell the whole story. Earlier this month, I shared the final attendance figures from the 2013 National Scout
Update, Aug. 20: Despite Saturday’s dreary weather, Scouts were ready to cheer on Scott Lagasse Jr. as he prepared to race his Scout-built car on the dirt track at
After I posted this heartfelt letter from a mom about her son’s jamboree experience, even more positive jamboree anecdotes poured in. I heard from Scoutmasters,
Connecticut Scouter Gary had just finished a “wonderful week serving on the national jamboree staff” when he returned to the mall parking lot where his car had
You’d have to be crazy to get behind the wheel of a race car built by a bunch of Scouts, right? Then I guess NASCAR driver and BSA Racing partner Scott Lagasse Jr. is a
The photos have been shared with Mom, Dad, and everyone on Facebook; the patches found a safe place in a binder or box; and the muddy clothes have been washed (and rewashed).
Update, Aug. 5: Bidding on the main auction finished at $910! The winning bidder was anonymous per eBay policy, but if he or she wants to contact me to be recognized, please
After 10 phenomenal days at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree earlier this month, I have just one regret: I couldn’t see it all. I never rolled by the skate park or BMX
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