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.
Here’s one for the “unexpected jamboree moments” file. Yesterday, I happened upon the scene shown in these photos. As the attached sign informed me, it’s ga-ga, an Israeli version of dodgeball played in an octagonal
Creating and maintaining the Summit Bechtel Reserve brought jobs and money to West Virginia, a state ranked 47th in per-capita personal income last year. But now that the Summit is built, that positive impact on
The beeping on Bram’s handheld radio intensified, and then: “I’m getting something!” Like a trio of bloodhounds, three Scouts from Troop A120 out of Durham, N.C., were off to follow the digital scent. Eight minutes