Think of it as a drive-thru in reverse. At the Food Drive-Thru, Los Angeles area drivers left behind canned items — and Scouts made it all possible.
Two Indiana Scouts cycled 1,500 miles, and their journey all started by earning a merit badge.
The Eagle Scout from Florida was already an Eagle Scout when he completed a second Eagle-caliber project. This one was for the dogs.
You’ll find Space Camp alumni around the globe and orbiting above it. At least 10 have become astronauts, and all will call the experience world-changing.
‘Tis the season to deck the halls with tinsel and ornaments. For some Scouting families, that means Scout-themed holiday decor. Plus, check out a “Campfire For Your Home” video!
I asked Jackson if he’d be willing to share with readers the top takeaways from his journey to earn every merit badge. He eagerly agreed.
This troop devised a clever Survivor-themed competition that tested Scout skills while showing the Webelos what kind of high-energy fun awaits.
The Scout Shop put together a little cheat sheet on all of the deals, sales and giveaways that it will be running over the next month-and-half.
In this season of thanks, consider a “Scouting Gratitude Tour” where you take time to personally thank the people who helped you as a Scout or Scout leader.
For the calm-headed actions he took after seeing an SUV flipped on its side, Kyle Dimick received the Certificate of Merit.
The BSA Podcasts have tons of tips for making your pack or troop the best it can be. Listen here or by searching “ScoutCast” or “CubCast” on your favorite podcast app.
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Bryan Wendell, an Eagle Scout, is the founder of Bryan on Scouting and a contributing writer.
Michael Freeman, an Eagle Scout, is associate editor of Boys’ Life, Scouting and Eagles’ Call magazines.
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