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The Longest Serving Eagle Scout in History Dies at 103

Distinguished Eagle Scout Robert Dick Douglas Jr., the longest-serving Eagle Scout in the award’s 103-year-old history, died Dec. 23 in Greensboro, N.C. He was 103. Douglas earned the Eagle Scout award at … Continue reading The Longest Serving Eagle Scout in History Dies at 103

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Cub Scout Service Project Honors Fallen Soldiers

  When the call was made for citizens to honor their country’s servicemen, this Cub Scout pack from the Great Lakes Field Service Council came with helping hearts. The Scouts … Continue reading Cub Scout Service Project Honors Fallen Soldiers

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This Eagle Scout’s Eye for Creativity Transcends His Visual Impairment

Despite being visually impaired, Eagle Scout Jake B.’s creative vision is crystal clear. In fact, Jake of the Sam Houston Area Council is channeling his talent for design to serve others who … Continue reading This Eagle Scout’s Eye for Creativity Transcends His Visual Impairment

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Why a Kind Stranger Replaced This Eagle Scout’s Cherished Treasure

Few Scouts can claim the Eagle Scout title, the highest rank in Scouting. Yet even fewer Eagles hold the limited edition Boy Scouts of America 100th anniversary coin given to Eagle Scouts … Continue reading Why a Kind Stranger Replaced This Eagle Scout’s Cherished Treasure

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How These Cub Scouts Are Giving the Gift of Warmth This Winter

This winter, a Cub Scout pack from the Lincoln Heritage Council wants to make sure everyone is braced for the cold. For a service project, the pack made scarves for … Continue reading How These Cub Scouts Are Giving the Gift of Warmth This Winter

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Scout and Cubmaster Honored for Action After Fatal Osprey Accident

Webelos Scout Kainoa H. and Cubmaster Lisa Peddle Smith of the Aloha Council were recently honored by the Boy Scouts of America for aiding the victims of a fiery accident … Continue reading Scout and Cubmaster Honored for Action After Fatal Osprey Accident

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Eagle Scout Proves Scouting and Sports Are a Winning Pair

When Sean D. of the Three Fires Council was faced with the challenge of organizing an Eagle Scout service project, he wanted to kick the traditional idea of a project up … Continue reading Eagle Scout Proves Scouting and Sports Are a Winning Pair

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STEM Program Reaches Youth at Connecticut Day Camp

The Connecticut Yankee Council and the South Norwalk Community Center in Norwalk, Conn., teamed up this summer to offer an exciting STEM opportunity to 60 local children. STEM programming offers science, technology, engineering … Continue reading STEM Program Reaches Youth at Connecticut Day Camp

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Not Even a Holiday Heist Can Stop This Boy Scout Mission

A determined Boy Scout troop from the Connecticut Yankee Council still plans to raise both money and holiday spirits, despite setbacks from a real-life Grinch. The troop’s Christmas tree fundraiser suffered a loss of $400-$500 in profits last week when … Continue reading Not Even a Holiday Heist Can Stop This Boy Scout Mission

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Scout Continues Family Legacy by Achieving Eagle Rank

Daven L., 18, of the Calumet Council is the most recent in a long line of Eagle Scouts in his family. The Scouting succession originally began with Daven’s grandfather who … Continue reading Scout Continues Family Legacy by Achieving Eagle Rank

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