Matt: What do you call an herbal celebrity? James: What? Matt: “Elvis Parsley.”
Bob: Why did the golfer bring two pairs of pants? Joe: Why? Bob: In case he got a hole-in-one!
Daffynition: Purebred — Healthy toast.
Christopher: What do you call a fake noodle? Mark: I don’t know. Christopher: An impasta!
Scouts across the country can earn a patch by saluting Eagle Scout Ross Perot
BL FICTION: The Civil War has yet again arrived at his family's doorstep, and Johnny McLean is a witness to history.
A 16-year-old, Explorer from Elgin, Ill. was honored by the Elgin Police Department with a lifesaving award on March 6. High school sophomore Andrew Wilson used skills he learned in Exploring to save the life of a 7-year-old girl who had experienced a seizure while swimming. After a man came asking for help, Andrew – […]
A book never written: “Bird Watching” by C. Gull.
David: What was the ship’s favorite magazine? Tim: What? David: Buoys’ Life.
Tom Swiftie: “I want to teach at a university,” Tom professed.
Max: What did one pirate say to the other? Ben: What? Max: “I sea you!”
Beast Feast, held every Monday night during summer camp at Cole Canoe Base in Michigan, is billed as the largest outdoor cooking demonstration in Scouting. And they’re not kidding.
Does the Mario Party series make you want to raise your hands in the air like you just don't care?
Have you ever wondered which classic delectable Easter treat reflects your personality? Find out with our fun quiz.
Packable shell jackets will keep you dry without breaking the bank. Here's how to buy one.
A book never written: “Into the Cave” by Hugo First.
With some nails and plywood, make three different games and puzzles.
Being a major league umpire isn't as easy as it looks. Find out if you have what it takes to call games with the best.
Kollin: What is a playground’s favorite type of music? Thomas: What? Kollin: Swing.
Collecting flags, folding them and sending them overseas to members of our Special Forces was a natural fit for this Scout's service project.