A district in the Atlanta Area Council uses themes to make its annual district awards banquet a can't-miss event. Learn more and share your tips here.
Mark Francis, director of LDS-BSA relationships, shares how LDS Scouting works and the ways in which the church and the BSA support each other.
Minnesota Troop 283 has a unique approach to Friends of Scouting that has lifted participation from less than 50 percent of families to nearly 80 percent.
An update to Camp Scout, the free camp-finding app from Boys' Life, makes it easy to share your favorite camp with fellow Scouters and Scouts.
Even amid all the challenges of living with the disease, many Venturers and Scouts with diabetes find a way to survive — and thrive — in the program.
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Effective Sept. 1, 2015, the use of 15-passenger vans manufactured before 2005 will no longer be allowed in connection with Scouting programs or activities.
With 135 merit badges to choose from, selection isn't a problem. But motivating Scouts to earn merit badges sometimes can be.
In the February 2015 CubCast, the hosts discuss how to make den and pack meetings more productive.
What are the required BSA immunizations? Tetanus shots are a must for anyone attending programs or activities with an annual health and medical record.