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I Don’t Wanna Go To Pack Meeting!

Do you ever have a hard time going to Pack Meeting? If so, apparently, you're not alone! This popular video of a Utah Scouting dad recently surfaced, where he expresses his true feelings about...

Lion Pilot Update — How It’s Going and What’s Coming Next

The Lion pilot is the largest pilot program in Boy Scouts of America history. This program, designed for Kindergarten-age boys and their families, has resulted in heartwarming reviews and stories from parents, according to...

Scouts Honor All Women On Mother’s Day

On May 14th we celebrate Mother's Day in the United States. Mothers have a very supportive role in Scouting, and we celebrate each and every one of the wonderful moms who have stood beside...

BSA Responds to LDS Church Shift From Varsity and Venturing Programs

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) deeply appreciates our relationship with the LDS Church, one that began in the earliest years of the Scouting movement when the LDS Church became the first partner to...

Duty to God and You

RATIONALE FOR ADVENTURE A Scout is reverent. He is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties and respects the convictions of others in matters of custom and religion. The BSA Statement of...

A Scout is Loyal

On Loyalty Day, we recognize and reaffirm our allegiance to the principles upon which our Nation is built.  We pledge our dedication to the United States of America and honor its unique heritage, reminding ourselves...

Scouting and How Good Turns Have Blessed America

In 2008, ArrowCorps5 made $5.6 mil­lion worth of improve­ments to pub­lic lands Among many references to the Good Turn in BSA literature is this comment from the Boy Scout Handbook: "To people who know about Scouting,...

The Webelos-to-Scout Transition

Advancement in Boy Scouting is based on individual initiative; new Scouts who have just come off the “rank-per-year” system used in Cub Scouting may leave boys and parents alike with a mistaken belief that...

The Webelos-to-Scout Transition

Your troop is about to receive a new group of Cub Scout “crossovers" —it is that time of year when troops nationwide need to work seriously on their Webelos to Scout Transition, so that...

Winning Recipes From the West

Every year, for at least a decade, Scouting Magazine has held a cooking contest and then publishes the results. In 2005 four Scout leaders from Idaho and Utah took top honors. We hope you'll enjoy their yummy...

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