If first impressions are everything, your unit website better be good. These days, many prospective Scouts and their parents will research your pack, troop, or crew online
The Ask the Expert floodgates are wide open. I’m now getting roughly 50 emails a week with Ask the Expert questions, a sign that Scouters out there care enough to seek
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
Want proof as to how passionate Scout volunteers are about the Boy Scouts of America? Just look at my inbox. Last week, I provided answers to eight frequently asked
You can learn the proper and improper ways to use BSA logos, the exact specs on official BSA colors, and tips on websites, social media, and photography.
“So we’ve made the decision. We’re going to change,” says Rex Tillerson. “Now what?” Less than 24 hours after the volunteer delegates
Update June 7, 11:12 a.m.: We stand at an impressive 683 pins! Keep commenting with the location you’re visiting (be as specific as possible) and your unit number.
So far, Ask the Expert posts have offered one often-lengthy answer to one complicated Scouting question. You can read past posts here. Perhaps a question you have is answered
Scouting isn’t free. Yes, it’s a heck of a lot cheaper to be a Scout than to participate on a club soccer or lacrosse team. But there’s still a cost in
The new design for the Science program feature (above) and the old design. Update, June 3: As several people have pointed out, these aren’t just for troops. Teams,