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,
Quality trumps quantity when it comes to Scouting. A well-run unit of 15 to 20 boys or girls beats a dysfunctional unit of 80 to 100 Scouts every time. (Many larger troops
Spring may be the season of renewal, but fall’s when Cub Scout packs hit the reset button for the year. Which is also the perfect time for Cubcast to do the same. As I
Scouts aren’t exactly stumbling over themselves to take Personal Management, Emergency Preparedness, or Citizenship in the Community/Nation/World. But with a little
It’s amazing how quickly a whisper turns into a roar. Take Wood Badge tickets, for example. Each one leaves a lasting legacy, but 50, 500, or even 5,000? That kind of
In your unit, is a Scout’s contact info freely available or guarded like nuclear launch codes? Two forces are competing here: Effective, efficient communication between
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