Museum sleepovers, summer camps, backpacking adventures, high-adventure trips and so much more — it's safe to call summer 2015 the Summer of Scouting.
For today's Tuesday Talkback, please read and consider an email from a Scoutmaster looking for ways to honor a Scout leader who has died.
For this edition of Tuesday Talkback, share your thoughts on what a troop should do with the flag grommets left behind from flag retirement ceremonies.
Virginia Scouter Rob H. doesn't want the younger siblings of Scouts or Venturers sitting around feeling bored for an hour or two. What do you think?
Crack open some merit badge pamphlets and you'll find books that offer an excellent overview on everything from American Business to Woodwork.
A district in the Atlanta Area Council uses themes to make its annual district awards banquet a can't-miss event. Learn more and share your tips here.
A 16- or 17-year-old Boy Scout can serve his fellow Scouts in the position of junior assistant Scoutmaster. But how best to use these young leaders?
Even amid all the challenges of living with the disease, many Venturers and Scouts with diabetes find a way to survive — and thrive — in the program.
Boy Scouts belong to patrols; Boy Scout leaders don't. But in some troops, just for fun, these adults form their own adult patrol.
Scouts take an oath to do their duty to country, but how would you handle a Scout who refuses to say the Pledge of Allegiance?