Each of the Report to the Nation delegates has a remarkable story to tell, so we listened as they told those stories. Watch the video, which originally aired live on Scouting magazine’s Facebook page.
Twelve tremendous delegates will represent the Boy Scouts of America next week in Washington, D.C., to deliver the 2017 Report to the Nation.
On the Feb. 22, 2018, episode of “Jeopardy!”, viewers were treated to a category called “21st Century Boy Scout Merit Badges.”
Space Camp, like Scouting, puts young people in an environment where all five senses are engaged and STEM learning comes naturally.
After five years of steady increases, the average age of Eagle Scouts took a plunge in 2017. Here are the complete stats for your analysis and discussion.
The Eagle Scout Class of 2017 was the largest since 2013, and the fourth-biggest in history (trailing 2012, 2010 and 2013).
When Katherine slipped on a loose rock during her descent and fell down hard, she couldn’t move another foot. That’s when, as if from a movie, the Boy Scouts came along.
From sea to shining sea, there are Scout units owed money from the government, banks, credit unions or other sources. Here’s how to claim that cash.
What if the King of Wakanda, also known as the Black Panther, found a free weekend or two to serve as a merit badge counselor? In that case, here are five I might recommend.
It’s been seven decades since July 31, 1948, when 29 men descended on Schiff Scout Reservation in New Jersey to learn Scout skills, Scoutcraft and pioneering at the first U.S. Wood Badge course.
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Bryan Wendell, an Eagle Scout, is senior editor of Boys’ Life, Scouting and Eagles’ Call magazines.
Michael Freeman, an Eagle Scout, is associate editor of Boys’ Life, Scouting and Eagles’ Call magazines.
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