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Eagle Scout Project Provides Aid to Homeless

According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, on an average night in the United states, 564,708 people are homeless. It’s an issue that affects cities and towns all over the country, meaning … Continue reading Eagle Scout Project Provides Aid to Homeless

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Scout Builds Vietnam Veterans Memorial for Eagle Project

On a trip to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC, when he was in eighth grade, Neil W., a Scout from the Boy Scouts of America Lewis and Clark … Continue reading Scout Builds Vietnam Veterans Memorial for Eagle Project

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Scout Paints Church for Eagle Project

The experience of being in a church can be powerful. Whether it’s a typical Sunday service, a wedding, a funeral, or another event, the church offers attendees a place to … Continue reading Scout Paints Church for Eagle Project

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How This STEM Camp Is Capturing the Attention of Scouts in a Unique Way

Steering kids away from video games and television during spring break can be a challenge for any parent, yet for parents of Boy Scouts in the Theodore Roosevelt Council, keeping their sons’ … Continue reading How This STEM Camp Is Capturing the Attention of Scouts in a Unique Way

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Eagle Scout Honors Armed Forces with Memorial

It all began with a simple question about why Sussex, Wisconsin, didn’t have an armed forces memorial. Scout Gabriel K., of the Potawatomi Area Council, was spending time with his … Continue reading Eagle Scout Honors Armed Forces with Memorial

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Eagle Project Supports Autism Awareness

Because of his father’s work as a behavioral analyst, Scout Hyrum J. has spent time with a number of children who have autism, and he understands that some of those children … Continue reading Eagle Project Supports Autism Awareness

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Pool Is Focus of Emergency Preparedness Project

Residents of the East Bay area in California know all too well a major earthquake could disrupt vital services like water and electricity. If that were to happen and water … Continue reading Pool Is Focus of Emergency Preparedness Project

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101-Year-Old Eagle Donates His Scouting Treasures

Scouts at the Longhouse Council received a historic gift last week when 101-year-old Eagle Scout Bernard W. Burke donated his Scouting memorabilia to the William Hillcourt Scout Museum in Constantia, New York. … Continue reading 101-Year-Old Eagle Donates His Scouting Treasures

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Scout’s Eagle Project Encourages Others to Enjoy the Outdoors

The Cross Ranch State Park in North Dakota is known to be a beautiful camping and hiking area and Eagle Scout candidate Trenton Z., 14,  of the Northern Lights Council … Continue reading Scout’s Eagle Project Encourages Others to Enjoy the Outdoors

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BSA Celebrates Year-Round Conservation with Announcement of First William T. Hornaday Scholarship Recipient Funded by the Camp Fire Conservation Fund

Irving, Texas (April 29, 2016) — Sustainability and a deep respect for the outdoors have been woven into the fabric of the Boy Scouts of America’s history for more than … Continue reading BSA Celebrates Year-Round Conservation with Announcement of First William T. Hornaday Scholarship Recipient Funded by the Camp Fire Conservation Fund

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