Last month, we told you all about ScoutQuest, the high-tech, interactive treasure hunt in Washington, D.C. And now the wait is over. On Saturday and Sunday, you and your Scouts can “uncover the links between
A new exhibition that opened this month highlights Norman Rockwell, the preeminent American storyteller and the first official illustrator of the Boy Scouts of America. Fifty-seven major Rockwell paintings and drawings make up “Telling Stories:
http://www.youtube.com/v/ejSE81l_xLU&fs=1 Scouts are pretty comfortable on trails of all kinds. Whether it's a hiking path through a massive forest or the Trail to First Class, they'll find their way. Those instincts pay off in Boston,
This edition of Name That Council turned out to be tougher than we expected. We received a record-low 12 correct answers, giving each person who entered a much better chance of winning the patch. There
A group of Boy Scouts of America youth members and executive leaders met with President Barack Obama today to discuss top priorities for the organization’s next century of service. During the White House meeting, the
Part of being prepared for an emergency means having the right tools. When dealing with a victim of cardiac arrest, there's no better tool for saving a life than an Automated External Defibrillator, or AED.
A week at Scout camp is a summer highlight for hundreds of thousands of boys (and adults) each year. In its latest Webisode, the Adventure Base 100 team visits J.N. Webster Scout Reservation, a 1,200-acre