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2013 National Jamboree
The beeping on Bram’s handheld radio intensified, and then: “I’m getting something!” Like a trio of bloodhounds, three Scouts from Troop A120 out of
If the packed tent is any early indication, Mining in Society merit badge will be a hit when it debuts in February 2014. Scouts attending the 2013 National Jamboree got a
“Think of the Summit as a puzzle,” said BSA Chief Scout Executive Wayne Brock. “But the final piece was not in place until yesterday. That piece was the
Jim Thweatt has been at the helm of some big productions, including the 125th Anniversary celebration of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, presidential inaugural balls, and the tours of
Early this morning, I watched history be made. For the first time ever, Venturers joined the jamboree fun. As buses streamed in, green-shirted young men and women hauled off
“OK, Spartan patrol and Unicorn patrol: You guys start setting up tents,” says Chris Schwartz, senior patrol leader of jamboree Troop D424 out of the West
Forty-one years after he was a high school band director, Wayne Brock hasn’t lost his touch. Late this morning, the Boy Scouts of America’s Chief Scout Executive
I’ve never had a jamboree experience without my dad, and I couldn’t be happier about that. My dad, Don, and I attended or served on staff together at the 1997,
The 2013 National Jamboree is a sprinter on the starting blocks, muscles flexed, brimming with the potential energy of things to come. Can you feel it? Tomorrow morning, the
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