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The Kansas City Royals’ Kauffman Stadium is named after an Eagle Scout

Only one ballpark in the American League is named after a person. And it turns out that Ewing Kauffman, the man who started the Kansas City Royals and for whom the…

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Oscar de la Renta, designer of Scout uniforms worn by millions, dies at 82

Oscar de la Renta, the renowned fashion designer who reimagined the official Scout uniform into a look that became synonymous with Scouting, has died. He was 82. De la Renta’s design for…

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Scouting provides direction

(The Boy Scouts of America Communications Department was not involved in the creation of this content.  The following is an editorial by The Topeka Capital-Journal.)   A large group of Cub Scouts,…

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Popcorn Sale Teaches Valuable Lessons About Sales and Achievement

Thanks for not buying popcorn from my son   If you declined my son’s offer to buy popcorn from his Cub Scout Pack yesterday, I owe you one. I’m serious….

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Bronx Eagle Scout Recoginzed for Saving Two Neighbors in Fire

On January 30, 2014, Eagle Scout Jack Dailey from Troop 240 in the Bronx ran into a nearby apartment that was on fire to save an elderly neighbor and a…

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Getting outside of our comfort zones

We all have our comfort zones – the places where we feel safe, whether at home or work.  So when we are challenged to reach outside of those comfort zones,…

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14-Year-Old Visually Impaired Triplets Advance to Second Class Rank

Fourteen-year-old triplets Nick, Steven, and Leo Cantos of the National Capital Area Council in Bethesda, Maryland, have advanced to the rank of Second Class Scout. The Cantos triplets are members…

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Boy Scouts of America Brings Leading Sustainability Experts Together to Examine Challenges, Best Practices and Solutions

Register Now to Join Corporate Leaders, Scouting Professionals, Volunteers, and Youth for this Important Dialogue at the 2014 Sustainability Summit   The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) will host leading…

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Eagle Scout William E. Moerner Shares Nobel Prize in Chemistry

The Boy Scouts of America congratulates Eagle Scout William E. Moerner, 2014 Nobel Prize in chemistry laureate for his role in developing microscopy techniques. Moerner shares the $1.1-million Nobel Prize…

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Eagle Scout James Hightower III Receives Recognition on Steve Harvey Show

James Hightower III was presented with his Eagle Scout Award on the Steve Harvey Show, which aired Monday, October 13. After Hightower completed the Fingerprinting merit badge requirements on the…

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