In some troops, incoming Scouts form a new-Scout patrol. In others, new Scouts are integrated immediately into a patrol with older boys. Which is best?
Today's Tuesday Talkback is all about Boys' Life magazine. Join me in sharing stories about BL's impact on your family and your son or sons.
Does your pack, troop, team, post, ship or crew have Scouts who consistently arrive late to meetings? Let's discuss in this latest Tuesday Talkback.
What are some proven ways to grow the number of Scouts in your troop? Share your Boy Scout recruiting strategies right here.
Summer brings schedules that shift and swirl like a warm July breeze. Finding activities to keep your den and pack active can be a challenge.
Jamborees create memories that last a lifetime, and we want to hear about those memories. Share your National Jamboree memories here.
Who is responsible for tent care in your troop? How do you hold Scouts accountable for damaged or dirty tents or lost tent stakes?
How long should pack meetings last? How long should troop meetings last? And how long should crew meetings last?
There's no official recommended order for earning merit badges. So which merit badge makes the best "first merit badge" for Scouts?
We want parents to be involved in their son's pack, troop or crew. Without dedicated parents, Scouting can't function. But how involved is too involved?