- Scouting magazine coverYou get to choose the next
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- Some kid! Life Scout uses goats to help clear poison ivy
- Venturing updates get explained in October 2014 ScoutCast
Gavin Burseth, a 16-year-old from Illinois, is using goats to help clear poison ivy from campgrounds. It's the final project in his quest for the Hornaday Award.
At least 413 Eagle Scouts graduated from our nation's military academies in 2014, which reflects the level of dedication Eagle Scouts have to our nation.
Trevor asks whether he can complete the Eagle Scout Project Final Plan section of his Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook after the project is completed.
Calling all Good Turns: Has your pack, troop or crew recently completed a service project in your community (or beyond)? We want to hear about it! Your unit’s project might
All youth or adult leaders who have reached one year of tenure with the Boy Scouts of America are eligible to begin wearing service stars.
Congratulations on the newest addition to your Scouting family! This new member is two miles long, four lanes wide and could use a little TLC. Scout units that participate in
For those of us who have been in Scouting for the majority of our lives, the answer seems obvious. But recently I got an email from a Cub Scout parent who shall remain
The Scouts and Scouters in West, Texas, have taken “to help other people at all times” to a new level of awesome. First, let me recap. On April 17, 2013, a deadly
Connecticut Scouter Gary had just finished a “wonderful week serving on the national jamboree staff” when he returned to the mall parking lot where his car had
When people think of Scouts doing service, they usually picture Scouts holding hammers and shovels, not trombones and trumpets. George Pinchock wants to change that. The band
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