This summer's national jamboree isn't the only time thousands of Scouts and Scouters will gather to celebrate the BSA's 100th Anniversary. Headline-making council activities are already under way. Check out a few recent news stories
How's this for high adventure? This September, the Mid-America Council is hosting an urban rappelling money-earning event. For $1,000 per person, people from the community and surrounding area can rappel down the side of a
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640 Although Scouting magazine told you in its January-February 2010 issue that a Video Games belt loop and pin were on the way, the news media and blogosphere have just now caught on. The announcement
http://www.youtube.com/v/6319IDyaKTE&fs=1 Last month, we told you about Jeff Gordon's pinewood derby race against Atlanta-area Cub Scouts. You read about how Fox's national broadcast team was there to film a special story to air before Gordon's
Continuing its long relationship with Scouting, NASA today announced that four Boy Scouts of America patches were launched into space on Discovery's STS-131 mission. Four Year of Celebration patches (seen at left) are on board
Some people have all the luck. Last weekend, in addition to racing pinewood derby cars against NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon, a group of Atlanta Cub Scouts met Steve Holcomb, driver of the gold medal-winning U.S.