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Scout Champions the Environment One Drop at a Time

I am always fascinated by the mechanisms by which our Scouts serve their communities. We often see Scouts who have a love for the outdoors, enjoy helping the elderly, or…

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Boy Scouts of America Announce Multi-year Partnership with Jack Links®

The Boy Scouts of America and Jack Link’s® have teamed up on a multiyear partnership that will make Jack Link’s “The Official Protein Snack of the Boy Scouts of America”…

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Scouts can win trip to Forrest Wood Cup with Tom Redington

The following is from Bassfan.com. The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) have launched a Hooked on Scouting photo contest featuring BSA-sponsored FLW Tour pro Tom Redington. One Scout and his family…

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The BSA’s History of Service

One of the first things I did when I started my role with the Boy Scouts of America was visit the national office in Irving, Texas. Next door, is the…

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Pat Toomey: Boy Scouts shape next generation of leaders

The following is by Pat Toomey, a United States Senator from Upper Milford Township, in Pennsylvania.  Photo by Michael Kubel, The Morning Call, © 2014. It is a reassuring reality that we live…

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In 1944, Boys’ Life wrote about the time Zamperini ripped down a swastika flag

From Scouting Magazine, July 7, 2014, and the Boys’ Life Wayback Machine. When Boys’ Life first wrote about Louis Zamperini, nobody knew whether the American military and sports hero was alive or dead….

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The power of the great outdoors

Check out this post, written by Boys’ Life magazine’s Aaron Derr, featured on the Reading Rainbow Blog.   There’s one in every group. If you’ve ever spent time around a…

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413 Eagle Scouts graduated from military academies in 2014

If you’re looking for the country’s bravest, most loyal and most trustworthy men and women, look to our nation’s military academies. And if you’re looking for a ton of Eagle Scouts … well, look…

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Boys Scouts from Nashville, Tenn., share proper flag etiquette

Check out this cool story about Boys Scouts from Troop 1914, in Nashville, Tenn., share proper flag etiquette and the benefits of Scouting.

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Local Boy Scouts feed veterans cycling to Washington

By Paige Jones News-Post Staff | Posted: Thursday, July 3, 2014 2:00 am A Frederick Boy Scout troop hosted a group of disabled veterans venturing on an intracontinental bike ride…

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