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Let’s talk money. Two big changes coming up next year will impact every registered Scout unit: What is now known as the “unit charter fee” will change its name to
Hoist the main sail! Starting today, 28 vessels and 230 Sea Scouts arrive in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for Centennial ScoutFleet 2012. The event, which celebrates this
Nobody complained about the Randy Travis song strumming out of the speakers. Sure, the 24 Scouts, Venturers, and Sea Scouts in the room would have preferred listening to,
Before Sea Scouts, Amy Hunt knew one water skill: swimming. After Sea Scouts? She can pretty much do it all. Hunt credits the program for her career in the U.S.
Eva Hogan enjoyed her time in the Girl Scouts, but it didn’t offer enough of one activity she craved: sailing. So one Monday evening in 2006, she checked out a Sea
Pollyanna, Aaron, and Lilliebeth Halling with their parents. Lilliebeth and Pollyanna Halling were jealous. Why did their brother, Aaron, get to go on all of these fun Boy
If you’re responsible for your unit’s Web site or newsletter or have a Scouting-related PowerPoint presentation coming up soon, here’s a resource that might
http://www.youtube.com/v/lqZGxA1dSNk?fs=1 What did you do this weekend? If you're in any Scouting program, the answer probably comes with a great story. And now
Two teenagers from Florida out-sailed one of the largest fields ever to win the William I. Koch International Sea Scout Cup last week in New London, Conn. The event, held
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