After rain caused Saturday night’s fireworks display to be canceled, Scouts and Scouters had been intentionally kept in the dark about when — or whether — the show would be rescheduled. And then: boom! Zambelli
It’s not a party until someone brings out a beach ball. Thousands of Scouts, Scouters and Venturers assembled in a light drizzle Sunday to attempt to set the Guinness World Record for “most people keeping
It’s officially race week. Yes, the Indy 500 — aka “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” — roars to life on Sunday. Fans of racing, fast cars, or major sporting events are probably already planning to tune
Doing Your Best, even in adverse circumstances, is part of Scouting’s core. So we shouldn’t be too surprised that Justin Wilson, driver of the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America IndyCar, finished third in Sunday’s Toyota Grand Prix
Looking for one more reason to watch IndyCar this year? Try this: Justin Wilson, already a three-time winner on the IndyCar Series in his five-year career, drives the No. 19 Dale Coyne Racing car this season.
(Updated, May 13) First, you can give up your seat on the sidelines and get into the game. Paying visitors this summer can sample some of the same high-adrenaline activities that the Scouts experience. At
Earlier this month, I mentioned that Pip wowed the crowd at the BSA’s National Annual Meeting with his rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Now you can see what all the fuss was about. Pip Arnold, the
When it comes to life-changing experiences, there’s no substitute for camping. And when it comes to the Eagle-required Camping merit badge, there’s no substitute for Requirement 9A. It reads as follows: 9. Show experience in camping