Scouts help other people at all times, and after a year of staying home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of them should be able to start serve their communities like they did pre-pandemic.
The former CEO of ExxonMobil will participate in Virtual Little Philmont 2021, a free event open to all members of the Scouting family.
While these sections, charts and guides were written for Scouts, they contain information or insight that will help Scouters.
Is your Scout a “dinomaniac?” A passion for dinosaurs opens the door to learning other related sciences.
You can win some of this gear, plus hear tips on what pack and — just as importantly — what not to pack for summer camp, on Scout Life’s TrekAt2 Facebook Live broadcasts.
These 19 Elective Adventures have been some of the least popular with some being earned by fewer than 3% of Cub Scouts. They will still be available through May 2022.
Four times a year, Troop 600B of the Old North State Council meets near the spot where Bugler Boy Gillies died to hold a special ceremony.
The council-offered youth leadership course was last updated in 2005.
Reminder to any Scouting families who choose to relocate to another country: Your Scouting adventures don’t have to end when you leave.
Alpha Phi Omega transports the Scouting commitment to service into college, where service projects are a great way to give back and make friends.
To tell this story, we have to start at the beginning, when a young boy not yet old enough to join Boy Scouts jumped from a swing at the height of its path, injuring his elbow, and changing his life forever.
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