Flying fish, a tree-lined shore, and a snow-capped mountain—what sounds like a scene from an L.L. Bean catalog is actually the content of this week’s Name That Council challenge. We’ve altered the patch above to
Dedicated Scouting volunteers, such as yourself, get their BSA news and information from Scouting magazine and, we hope, right here at the Cracker Barrel blog. But for the uninitiated, the mainstream media often are the
Scouting’s diversity helps boys learn what it means to be an American. And the BSA embraces that fact by encouraging the growth of the program in underserved communities. That commitment became even more noticeable in
We told you that Friday’s Name That Council patch belongs to the home council of a VIS—very important Scouter—and that was no exaggeration. In fact, none other than Chief Scout Executive Robert Mazzuca himself calls
When representatives from the vast network of chartered Scouting organizations speak, the BSA listens. Want proof? Look no further than the Community Organization Award. It began when a group of delegates from several chartered organizations
While you’ve been busy taking your troop to summer camp, preparing for next year’s jamboree, or getting Cub Scouts ready for an exciting program year, we’ve been kinda busy ourselves. What has occupied our time?
On Friday, the Name That Council patch featured a prominent Midwest landmark that should have been a nice gateway toward identifying the secret council. Plus, the sports clue was practically a slow pitch right down