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Take a trip into Scouting history

We love to hear a great story around a crackling campfire. But we love it even more when it comes straight from the source—especially the story of the Boy Scouts of America. What you’ve read

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Scouting in the News

Scouting in the News: March 27, 2009

There are great Scouting stories to be told across the country every day, and newspapers and other media outlets are catching on. Here are some recent highlights: Stories of heroism are nothing new for the

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Stay connected with the BSA

Just a few years ago, the announcements portion at a Scout meeting went something like this: “Check the bulletin board for details about the weekend camp-out, and make sure to write down April 10-12 in

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Scouter Spotlight: Meet Amir Rupshi

Your pack, troop, crew, or ship is no doubt full of outstanding volunteers that tirelessly give themselves to Scouting and receive little—if any—recognition. Well, now is your chance to change that. Click here to tell

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Scouting in the News

Scouting in the News: March 20, 2009

There are great Scouting stories to be told across the country every day, and newspapers and other media outlets are catching on. Here are some recent highlights: What Scouting honor did Jeff Gordon (above) receive for his

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Scouter Spotlight: Meet Becky Fisk

There are more than a million great Scouting volunteers in the BSA, and just about all of them would be classified as “unsung heroes.” Here at Cracker Barrel, it's the "unsung" part of that name

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What a Weekend: A Long Way From Home

“What a Weekend!” If you’ve uttered that phrase after returning from another great Scouting adventure, you’re not alone. Packs, troops, crews, and ships from across the country create unforgettable memories for their members almost every