- A post-campout checklist every Scout or Venturer needs
- Remember STEM as you craft your unit’s Annual Program Plan
- Build an Adventure: Inside the BSA’s new campaign to recruit Scout families
- Merit badge requirements completed but no blue card — now what?
- OA Lodge History Initiative makes sure no story is forgotten
Here’s more proof that in Scouting, we’re all just one big family. Two weeks ago, I blogged about Lucky 13, the group of Scouts from Troop 845 in Chapel Hill,
With apologies to the ubiquitous convenience store chain, more Eagle Scout projects went up last year alone than the total number of 7-Elevens currently open worldwide. Yes,
Before: Indian cemetery makeover The journey to Eagle benefits more than just the young man who earns the award. He leaves his community a better place, most visibly through
The original Good Turn. Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturers go out of their way to help others. Often that takes shape as a pack, troop, or crew service project. Those
A Scout is Helpful, and the folks in Texas and Oklahoma whose lives were uprooted by recent tornadoes need our help. Thousands of people, including Scouts and Scouters, have
Are all service hours created equal? If a Scout, say, builds a house with his church youth group or delivers meals with his school’s student council, can those hours
The precious ring can be yours, if you complete a Messengers of Peace project. You can’t promote world peace by sitting on your couch. No, you’ve got to follow
A bit of good news from West, Texas, today. Longhorn Council Scout Executive John Coyle says he’s learned the members of Pack 494 and Troop 494 in West are all safe and
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
A thank-you letter from the ship’s commanding officer. (Click to enlarge) For sailors aboard the USS Charlotte patrolling hundreds of feet below the ocean’s
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