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Check out an easier way to whip a rope that holds much better!

Preventing the ends of rope from fraying is a process referred to as “whipping.” Learning how to whip the ends of a rope is one of the early requirements on the Scouts BSA advancement trail. Larry Green will show you the easiest way ever to get it done
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Our Favorite Moments from The 2019 World Scout Jamboree

With thousands of Scouts from across the world, World Scout Committee chairperson Craig Turpie declared the World Scout Jamboree officially underway Tuesday night at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. We're...

Protect Yourself: NEW Cub Scout Adventure

Have you heard about the new Protect Yourself Rules Preview Adventure? The Boy Scouts of America partnered with Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center Foundation and created the "Protect...

No Troop? No Problem. Go to Camp as a SOLO SCOUT!

Why Solo Scout? Do you know a Scout who has a conflict with the troop’s camp dates? Maybe the troop isn't going to Scout Camp at all this summer. Perhaps the Scout wants to experience...
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Celebrate the History of Women in Scouting for International Women’s Day

Today we celebrate our Scout moms, our leaders, our den mothers, our trainers, and the many other women who have had an influence for good in Scouting across the world. On this International Women's Day,...

The First Day of Christmas – Do a Good Turn and Serve Youth with...

The 12 Days of a Scout Christmas has become one of our favorite traditions on the Voice of Scouting, and we hope you will visit every day, beginning Friday, Dec 14, to find inspiring Christmas messages...

12 Days of a Scout Christmas – Do a Good Turn Daily Holiday Countdown

The 12 Days of a Scout Christmas has become one of our favorite traditions on the Voice of Scouting, and we hope you will visit every day, beginning Friday, Dec 14, to find inspiring Christmas messages...

A Very Scouting Thanksgiving – Fun Recipes and Activities for Scouts and Families

Thanksgiving—it’s that grand American tradition where we fill a table full of foods we don’t normally eat during the rest of the year and celebrate the gratitude we have with our friends and families. For...

Rock Climbing Safety Moment

The Climbing Merit Badge was created in 1997 as growing numbers of young people began to get interested in the excitement and challenge of rock climbing. The proliferation of gyms and facilities also made...
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Are you Prepared for an Emergency?

September is national emergency preparedness month, so it's time to make sure you and your family have a safety plan in place. Being prepared for an emergency is more relevant than ever in the...