Have you registered for the 2013 National Scout Jamboree? If not, the time is now. Zip-lining through the 175-foot-tall canopy of West Virginia’s towering Hemlock trees. Scaling sandstone rock-climbing routes in the New River Gorge.
When tracking your Scouts’ advancement achievements, you could find yourself in a sky-high pile of disorganized chaos. So what do you do as a den leader, Scoutmaster, advancement chair, or even a parent when a
Troop 474 Scoutmaster recounts his climb time on Mount Rainier. If your troop harbors a bunch of avid hikers-turned-mountaineers, summiting Mount Rainier could represent a lifetime achievement. But how about 30 consecutive years spent leading
What difference exists between a 13-year-old boy who earns the Eagle Scout award and one who gets there at 17½? That was the subject of a fascinating discussion among your fellow Scouters on our Facebook page
Eagle Scout Alvin Townley has a knack for finding compelling stories. Like Legacy of Honor, his 2007 look at what it means to be an Eagle Scout, told through profiles of some remarkable men. Or Spirit of
John, Patrick, David, and William Goodspeed. (Photo by Phil Grout, Howard County Times) Having quadruplets is rare enough. A woman’s odds of having four babies at once is estimated at somewhere between 1 in 550,000