As Scouters, we're prepared for the unexpected emergency during an event. But what about the possibility the event might not happen at all? Have a plan B.
Who's more nervous about that first night sleeping in a tent: the Cub Scouts or their moms or dads? In some of our Scouting families, the answer is both.
The BSA's Trained patch sends a clear message to Scouts, fellow Scouters and parents. It says, "I know what I'm doing." Here's who can wear it.
Join the Scouting Alumni Association between now and Nov. 30 and $4.99 extra gets you a copy of the book "Defiant" by Eagle Scout Alvin Townley.
In a groundbreaking 2.5-year study, Dr. Richard M. Lerner and his team at Tufts University figured out whether Scouting does, indeed, build character.
Scout, previously a badge a young man received upon joining, will become its own rank — complete with a new patch — beginning Jan. 1, 2016.
If you have at least four Scouts in your unit, chances are at least one has been a bullying victim. And chances are you wouldn't know anything about it.
These Scout service project ideas should get you started, but anything that fulfills a community need (and follows the Guide to Safe Scouting) can count.
The importance of advanced leadership training, that next step after basic training, is the subject of the latest episode of ScoutCast.
New York Scoutmaster Michael Montemarano is on a mission. His goal: eliminate a particularly irksome word from the Scouting vernacular.