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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA INTRODUCES ANIMATION MERIT BADGE

New merit badge draws on youth’s sense of wonder about animation and design   Irving, Texas – (May 18, 2015) – While many people associate animation with cartoons or entertainment, … Continue reading BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA INTRODUCES ANIMATION MERIT BADGE

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New Animation Badge Draws on Scouts’ Interest in Animation

Many kids dream of being a movie star, but in animated films, the stars are those behind the scenes making the characters come to life. Animators do more than produce … Continue reading New Animation Badge Draws on Scouts’ Interest in Animation

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5 Times Scouts Honored Armed Forces Veterans This Year

Scouts and military personnel seem to have an intrinsic link. Maybe it’s because Scout training bestows the honor and discipline required for many young adults who serve in the armed forces. Or … Continue reading 5 Times Scouts Honored Armed Forces Veterans This Year

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Pro Angler Tom Redington Comes in First at FLW Rayovac Series

Flanked by some of the best fisherman in the country, professional fisherman Tom Redington took down the competition over the weekend and snagged first place at the FLW Rayovac Series … Continue reading Pro Angler Tom Redington Comes in First at FLW Rayovac Series

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Boys’ Life Cover Wins Readers’ Choice Award from the American Association of Magazine Editors

Despite the looks of its award-winning September 2014 magazine cover, Boys’ Life has not gone to the dogs. In fact, the magazine’s appeal to readers is as strong as ever … Continue reading Boys’ Life Cover Wins Readers’ Choice Award from the American Association of Magazine Editors

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Michael Surbaugh to Serve as Next Chief Scout Executive for the Boy Scouts of America

Irving, Texas (May 13, 2015) — Following an extensive selection process, the Boy Scouts of America named Michael Surbaugh its next Chief Scout Executive, the organization’s top professional. Surbaugh, the … Continue reading Michael Surbaugh to Serve as Next Chief Scout Executive for the Boy Scouts of America

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Second Earthquake Hits Nepal: Matt Moniz’s Relief Missions Ongoing

Not more than three weeks after an initial earthquake and subsequent avalanche struck Nepal, a second earthquake struck the region leaving the country reeling in despair Tuesday, May 12. Eagle Scout climber Matt … Continue reading Second Earthquake Hits Nepal: Matt Moniz’s Relief Missions Ongoing

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NASCAR Racer Scott Lagasse, Jr. Takes 8th with STEM Scouts Truck

Did you catch the big NASCAR race on Friday with BSA Racing’s Scott Lagasse, Jr. and his STEM Scouts truck? Viewers were hanging from the edge of their seats for the NASCAR Camping … Continue reading NASCAR Racer Scott Lagasse, Jr. Takes 8th with STEM Scouts Truck

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Georgia has a New State Mammal Thanks to Scout

He’s not old enough to vote, but he’s had a hand in passing a bill in Georgia. Cub Scout Kevin Green discovered the state didn’t have an official mammal while completing a … Continue reading Georgia has a New State Mammal Thanks to Scout

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Cradle of Liberty Scout Overcoming Disabilities to Achieve Eagle

Eagle Scout Christian Matcovich is a shining example of a Scout who tackles challenges head on. Not only is the 20-year-old Eagle Scout unique for joining a small percentage to earn the BSA’s … Continue reading Cradle of Liberty Scout Overcoming Disabilities to Achieve Eagle

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