In between finishing out the school year last spring and starting another one this fall, the Eagle Scouts of Troop 165 in Fredericksburg, Va., had a busy summer. As in, cycling-3,800-miles-across-the-country busy.
Jackson Hobbs was vacationing in Alaska to celebrate earning his Eagle Scout when he won a $10,000 fishing competition.
For his Eagle Scout project, Nebraska Scout Doug Pepper gave back to the hospital that saved his life two years earlier.
Camp Eagle, a Mid-America Council Boy Scout camp located near Cedar Bluffs., Neb., got a new statue earlier this summer to mark its entrance.
Boy Scout Joshua Katz of Lake Worth, Florida, knew he wanted to honor the fallen soldiers buried at South Florida National Cemetery, but he also knew he didn't want to leave any one hero out. How to honor 16,000-plus fallen soldiers all at once?
A neat service project from the Circle Ten Council designed to encourage recycling has resulted in a neat time-lapse video.
The good folks over at Adweek are asking readers to vote for their favorite magazine. For us, the choice is obvious.
We can't vouch for the accuracy of the instructions in this knot-tying video, but what it lacks it practicality it makes up for in silliness.
The fourth- and fifth-graders from Cub Scout Pack 382 from Centerburg, Ohio, earned their Science and Engineering activity badges by launching a balloon into space.
If you're looking for evidence that the World Scout Jamboree does in fact bring people together, try this.
Pioneering skills and other Scouting thrills are on display at the Philadelphia Encampment.