In Scouting’s April 1921 edition, a U.S. District Court judge states, “No city can afford to be without its Boy Scouts.” Judge Foster argues, “I have never come in
April 2 Update: See an important message about VR Scouting at the end of the post. Love Scouting but hate getting out in the fresh air? You’re in luck! Today the Boy Scouts
All-terrain vehicles combine dirt and a motor — what’s a Scout or Venturer not to like? Recognizing this winning mix, the BSA launched council-level ATV programs at
Before you watch Times Square’s big countdown tonight, take a look at three big changes coming to the Boy Scouts of America at the stroke of midnight. Effective Jan. 1,
Ahh, Cyber Monday. All the savings of Black Friday with none of the pushing and shoving. ScoutStuff.org is joining the Cyber Monday party by offering 25 percent off a bunch
Robert M. Gates, a Distinguished Eagle Scout and our nation’s 22nd secretary of defense, has been elected to the national executive board of the Boy Scouts of America.
The Boy Scouts of America will increase its annual membership fee for youth and adults to $24 from $15, beginning Jan. 1, 2014. For those who join after the beginning of the
The two-volume Troop Leader Guidebook will replace the Scoutmaster Handbook and offering helpful checklists, quick tips and fresh ideas.
As the Boy Scouts of America’s 12th Chief Scout Executive, Wayne Brock continues a solemn tradition that dates back to November 1911 when James E. West became the
Here’s more proof that in Scouting, we’re all just one big family. Two weeks ago, I blogged about Lucky 13, the group of Scouts from Troop 845 in Chapel Hill,