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Father’s Day Feature: Eagle Scout Honors Dad’s Memory

As Father’s Day nears, many grown Scouts reflect on the men who so greatly influenced their Scouting experiences. Recollections of sanding Pinewood Derby cars, treks through the mud, and seeking reassurance in … Continue reading Father’s Day Feature: Eagle Scout Honors Dad’s Memory

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How Many Eagle Scouts Fit in One High School?

Do you remember the accomplishments of your high school classmates? You may recall faces, identify friend groups, maybe even pinpoint a few of the colleges peers went on to attend. But it’s not likely … Continue reading How Many Eagle Scouts Fit in One High School?

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Life Scout Recognized as Future Science and Tech Leader

When your nomination to an exclusive leadership congress has Buzz Aldrin’s (literal) stamp of approval, you know you’ve achieved something impressive in the science and tech realm. That’s just the … Continue reading Life Scout Recognized as Future Science and Tech Leader

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50 Years Later, Boy Scout Earns Eagle Scout Rank

The road to achieving Eagle Scout is a long one. Full of merit badges, volunteer service hours, a project, and board of review, achieving Scouting’s highest rank is no overnight task. … Continue reading 50 Years Later, Boy Scout Earns Eagle Scout Rank

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Eagle Scout Returns Medal of Honor to War Hero’s Grave

After decades of anonymity, a World War I hero and Medal of Honor award recipient’s legacy has finally reclaimed the distinction his life-saving efforts earned, thanks to one Scout’s Eagle Scout project. … Continue reading Eagle Scout Returns Medal of Honor to War Hero’s Grave

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Family Boasts 9 Eagle Scouts Across 3 Generations

For Aidan Miller, becoming an Eagle Scout is a family tradition.  Surrounded by a flock of Eagles, including his father, grandfather, uncles, and cousins, Aidan received his Eagle Award at Good Shepherd Lutheran … Continue reading Family Boasts 9 Eagle Scouts Across 3 Generations

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Explore the Ocean with Philmont’s Sarah Burgess on the E/V Nautilus

One Scouter will help bring ocean adventures right to your computer screen this year. Philmont Scout Ranch‘s Sarah Burgess is preparing to set sail on a pretty epic expedition aboard … Continue reading Explore the Ocean with Philmont’s Sarah Burgess on the E/V Nautilus

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Eagle Scout Gets Up-Close to Narwhals with NESA World Explorers

Seldom seen, with a tusk protruding from what appears to be its head, the narwhal, for the casual observer, may beg the question, what is going on with that whale’s teeth? … Continue reading Eagle Scout Gets Up-Close to Narwhals with NESA World Explorers

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Sam Houston Area Council Premieres Adventures of the Muddy Lions

Captivating audiences, teaching valuable lessons and inspiring youth to turn their backs on violence and negative peer pressure – that’s exactly what “Troop 491: The Adventures of the Muddy Lions” is … Continue reading Sam Houston Area Council Premieres Adventures of the Muddy Lions

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From Cubs to Eagles, Eight Join Scouting’s Highest Rank

When 20 percent of a high school’s graduating class are Eagle Scouts, you know something exceptional must be happening. Out of 39 male graduates at Holy Savior Menard in Alexandria, … Continue reading From Cubs to Eagles, Eight Join Scouting’s Highest Rank

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