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All four national BSA high-adventure bases now qualify for the Triple Crown award. And there's a new honor: the Grand Slam of National High Adventure.
The Triple Crown award honors those who have participated in a high-adventure program at three national high-adventure bases, but what about the Summit?
It almost seems unfair. A few older teens and 20-somethings will work at Northern Tier, Philmont, Sea Base or the Summit this summer, and they’ll get paid for it.
Update June 7, 11:12 a.m.: We stand at an impressive 683 pins! Keep commenting with the location you’re visiting (be as specific as possible) and your unit number.
For teens, it just might be saying no — to tobacco, to drugs, and to alcohol. And now, courageous Scouts and Venturers who pledge to remain tobacco-, drug- and alcohol-free
Math was never my strong suit — that’s exactly why I got into this business of words. So when I see numbers presented in an easy-to-digest format, I take notice. Case
Today marks the 66th day of triple-digit temperatures in North Texas this summer. So don’t mind me while I browse the newly redesigned Northern Tier Web site for a
Looking for adventure? Then point your compass north and check out the Northern Tier National High Adventure Bases. Northern Tier, one of the BSA’s three (soon to be
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