Faith is a powerful thing. Heavy rain soaked each of the three largest worship services this morning at the 2013 National Jamboree, but that didn’t stop Scouts and Scouters from gathering to pray together. The
At the jamboree, no power outlet remains empty for long. Everywhere you look — using official AT&T charging stations, orange Summit Bechtel Reserve power arrays (not to be used when raining), outlets inside and outside
Missed Tuesday morning’s “Welcome to West Virginia” opening show because you were, oh, I don’t know, busy at your day job? Relive the nearly two-hour show from your computer, tablet or smartphone right now at
With inclement weather forecasted for tonight, the jamboree’s closing stadium show will take place several hours earlier. As first reported in this Jamboree Today story, the show will begin with a preshow at 3 p.m.
When people think of Scouts doing service, they usually picture Scouts holding hammers and shovels, not trombones and trumpets. George Pinchock wants to change that. The band director for the 2013 National Jamboree Jazz Band
Like the dinner menu, a Scout’s favorite patch changes daily at the jamboree. But this afternoon, I walked around asking Scouts to show off what they consider their coolest patch — for today, at least.