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How do troops keep their troop trailers organized? Check out five great examples.
Though certainly not a requirement for earning the Eagle Scout Award, an Eagle Scout Service Project video can be icing on the cake, celebrating and commemorating a
Like The Hulk, you don’t wanna see Scouts when they get angry. But it’s a natural human emotion, so it’s bound to happen in your troop. When it does, do you
If your troop has 25 boys, odds are three of them have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a CDC report. Yes, 12 percent
A complete amateur radio station in a box can be sent to your council for free*! Too good to be true? Nope. That’s the offer from Icom America, the BSA sponsor I told
For new Cub Scouters, the terms “monthly core values” and “roundtable” might as well be in a foreign language. We’ve all been there, and Cubcast
Scouters love to shoot the breeze about the next campout, newest merit badge, or tastiest recipe. But when someone brings up a more-sensitive topic at a roundtable or leader
If you've been honored with one of the 34 BSA square knots currently available, waste no time in sewing that badge of honor to your uniform.
Council shoulder strips, district camporee patches, and pins from your hometown are perfect trinkets to trade, but some patches should stay home.
White boxes show you where the patch belongs. Drag it there, and it gets magically “sewn” onto the uniform. Finally, an easy way to answer the question,
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