Earlier this month, I mentioned that Pip wowed the crowd at the BSA’s National Annual Meeting with his rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Now you can see what all the fuss was about. Pip Arnold, the
Hard work pays. And in the case of these four Eagle Scouts, I mean that quite literally. The recipients of the four most-prestigious scholarships from the National Eagle Scout Association have one thing in common,
Joseph Csatari’s latest work of art was unveiled at this morning’s Americanism Breakfast at the Boy Scouts of America’s 2012 National Annual Meeting. The piece celebrates this year’s 100th Anniversary of the Eagle Scout award,
For Pip, the stakes keep getting higher. The 19-year-old Eagle Scout sings live tonight on NBC’s The Voice with even more on the line. In other words, he needs your help more than ever. Here’s tonight’s
Yesterday, we got scientific proof that Eagle Scouts are awesome. Today comes the visual evidence. After the jump, don’t miss a stunning infographic that answers the question: Who exactly are these 2.1 million Eagle Scouts?