On the one hand, Eric Valentine, an 80-year-old former Scoutmaster, is lucky that a group of Scouts just happened to pass by in their canoes minutes after he fell down a rocky riverbank, seriously injuring
As the BSA’s incoming National Chair, Brad Tilden will lead the National Board and provide oversight to the decisions made by the executives at the National Service Center. But the way he sees it, he’s just another volunteer in a movement we all believe in.
Working with Scouts who have disabilities or special needs often requires two simple things: support and accommodation. And accommodating Scouts so they can achieve their goals and become stronger citizens? That’s at the heart of
Becky Lutz, along with her husband, Steve, and son, Colton, says the Scouting experience has been invaluable for her whole family. The entire family earned the Grand Slam award for visiting all four national high-adventure bases.