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Who doesn’t love a good sequel? After last summer’s successful premiere of the BSA’s Visual Storytelling Workshops in Atlanta and at Philmont, the return
Wood Badge + Philmont = Happy Land I interrupt my regular blog programming for this important Wood Badge Wednesdays announcement… I’m staffing Wood Badge this
Have a Youth Protection question you’re not comfortable asking some stranger at the council or national level? Ever feel like Youth Protection is “too
If a pregnant Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, can do it, so can you. I’m talking about getting trained, an important step for any Scout volunteer — whether a
There’s another side to Philmont where training, not trekking, takes center stage. The Philmont Training Center, the BSA’s national volunteer education facility,
“Would you like to serve on Wood Badge staff?” It was one of the easiest questions I’ve ever been asked. It sounds sentimental, but the truth is I had never
You might not enjoy reading this. But it could be the most important thing you’ll read today. As stated in The Boy Scout Handbook, “Child abuse is a serious problem in
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.
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 Scouting, as in life, change is inevitable. You’ve got new merit badges, new locations for campouts, new roles in your unit, new health and safety regulations, and
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