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Scouting in the News
It breaks my heart to report that the horrendous school shooting in Connecticut has hit the Scouting family. The Boy Scouts of America learned that two of the
Some Good Turns are truly great. Take the impressive individuals from the Boston Minutemen Council, who traveled 300 miles to help fellow Americans who had been affected by
A close-up of the nearly 100-year-old flag. On a Saturday in 1913 on the island of Oahu, Queen Lili‘uokalani drove past a group of boys doing Scouting drills. Intrigued,
UPDATE (Dec. 10, 2012): Added mention of all of Manti’s impressive awards. Manti Te’o is a brave, confident leader with an impressive collection of awards on his
Three-time Grammy winners Train will headline the closing stadium show at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, the Boy Scouts of America announced
I mentioned a few ways to help Scouts and Scouters affected by superstorm Sandy on Tuesday, but today we’re getting more details about the toll on local Scout councils
Members of Ship 41 show off O’Tumbler. Today’s Scouts will go on to careers where they solve some of the world’s biggest problems. But apparently the boys
How do you expand the reach of an event that’s already global? Find something out of this world. This weekend, the National Scouting Museum became the only Jamboree
The track stretched 335 feet, 6 inches. That’s 111 yards, for you football fans out there. If most pinewood derbies are sprints, consider this one the Boston Marathon.
This morning, the Boy Scouts of America responded to media reports about its membership policy. Follow the jump for the full text of the news
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