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Even the most finely tuned pinewood derby event needs an occasional tune-up. So before your pack waves the green flag this year, ask yourself three questions to make sure
The Order of the Arrow is not a secret society, but in some troops it might as well be. These troops go through the first steps of getting Scouts elected into
When Cubmaster Lee inherited the position earlier this year, he was pumped to make an even bigger difference in the lives of youth. That is, until he saw the shape of his
After loading them up with snacks and sugary drinks at the beginning of the meeting, it’s no wonder your Cub Scouts are bouncing off the walls right when you want them
“The pack meeting lasts 90 minutes, so that’s plenty of time to do some Christmas shopping, grab a bite and pick up my prescription for crazy pills.”
My biggest gripe about the holidays isn’t the endless electronics ads, the pumpkin-spice overload or the inflated airfares. It’s the timing. The Scouting year
The battle for fundraising dollars is on. At offices everywhere, parents peddle pizza dough, flower bulbs, Christmas wreaths and more to their coworkers in the name of
There are ceremonial reasons for leaving hats on and practical ones, too. That brings up the question of when it's OK for Scouts to wear hats indoors.
If you’re not meant to hike, sweat and get dirty in your field uniform, then what’s with all the pockets for storing stuff? Why do the shirts come in an option
A select few very motivated boys are now earning the Eagle Scout Award before they can (officially) see a PG-13 movie. Yes, the latest members of the “youngest Eagle
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