Scouts found ways to continue Scouting while staying safe. We asked Scouters to share photos of advancements and adventures from the past several months. Here are a few.
In 1975, Scouts were all smiles about the new Dentistry merit badge, created in partnership with the American Dental Association.
There are a lot of things in common with being a parent and being a Scout leader. Among them: the importance of understanding the perspectives of the younger generation.
The Exploring post’s winning formula isn’t some patented secret. It goes like this: keep it interesting, keep it immersive and keep it fun.
From New York’s steel towers to the bayous of Louisiana, here are five Scouting families who worked to make their world a better place, and in the process, become stronger together thanks to Scouting.
A series of unusual obstacles meant that Jeremiah hadn’t started work on his Eagle project when a wildfire demolished his project site.
The leaders of First Providence Troop in Rhode Island sat down with Bryan on Scouting to discuss what they’ve learned during their time as volunteers.
The Schramkowski family traveled 16 hours so that Matthew and Andrew could complete Eagle Scout service projects in Santa Rosa, N.M.
Online communication platforms have been around for decades. Here are a few things to look for when allowing youth to conduct Scouting business in these virtual environments.
At the second annual Virtual Interfaith 5K, Scouts and Scouters from across the country will unite to get active and grow closer to their faith.
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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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