The chances of something like this happening are, in a word, slim.
Instead of guessing or faking it, Adam found the confidence and bravery to say “I don’t know.” He then added four more words to his response: “But I’ll find out.”
We talked to two seasoned Cub Scout leaders who both start planning their AOL-to-Scouts-BSA crossover ceremonies months in advance.
Seven young women from six different states hiked together for 200 miles as part of Rayado, Philmont’s most intense experience.
Gary Paulsen, author of popular wilderness adventure novels such as Hatchet, The River and Brian’s Winter, and a longtime contributor to Boys’ Life (now Scout Life) magazine, has died. He was 82.
When he heard a sound upstairs, this First Class Scout from Connecticut jumped into action.
Imagine the pressure of learning names when your pack’s roster includes twins — not one or two sets of twins but six.
How did Troop 14 solve two costly, time-consuming problems? They used solar panels.
Everything Michael Conner needed to know about flag etiquette he learned from his 1971 Boy Scout Handbook.
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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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