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Are all service hours created equal? If a Scout, say, builds a house with his church youth group or delivers meals with his school’s student council, can those hours
With some teens, you might as well give their allowance directly to Best Buy, GameStop, or Cinemark, because it’s going straight there anyway. There’s got to be a better
The precious ring can be yours, if you complete a Messengers of Peace project. You can’t promote world peace by sitting on your couch. No, you’ve got to follow
Updated for 2014. As of April 30, 2014, nearly 8,500 Scout families have received these programs for a total donation from eKnowledge of nearly $2 million. Pay attention,
The Boy Scouts of America’s Executive Committee today released its membership policy resolution, which proposes removing the restriction denying membership to youth on
Can’t swim the 100-meter butterfly in less than 50 seconds? That’s OK — nobody but Michael Phelps can. But I did just hear about a swimming record you and your
The official National Trails Day patch. Get yours at ScoutStuff.org. Maybe you’ll walk in the footsteps of the Wright Brothers in Ohio, hike from scene to scene in an
For anyone who’s seen a Boy Scout patrol return from grocery shopping with six family size bags of sour-cream-and-onion potato chips. For anyone who has set out snacks
For teens, it just might be saying no — to tobacco, to drugs, and to alcohol. And now, courageous Scouts and Venturers who pledge to remain tobacco-, drug- and alcohol-free
It’s mid-March. That means Phase 2 of the Boy Scouts of America’s three-month family discussion has shifted into high gear. The BSA calls this phase “Listening,” and
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