On November 6, the Boy Scouts of America revealed the theme and logo for the 2017 National Jamboree. The theme, “Live Scouting’s Adventure,” speaks both to Scouting’s century-old tradition of creating adventures that develop young people into the leaders of tomorrow and to the developing adventures of the next century of Scouting. Check out more coverage […]
Sean Fay-Wolfe, an Eagle Scout from Troop 1 in Kingston, RI, recently published his first novel, “Minecraft:Quest for Justice”, an action-adventure novel set in the world of the popular video game Minecraft. The novel tells the story of a player named Stan who has never played the game before. He learns how to play the […]
Four Scouts from Troop 65 in Harrah Okla., are being called heroes after saving a the life of a dog. The Scouts were recently camping outside a church, when they heard screams for help. A woman who had just let her three dogs in the backyard when one of them got caught inside another’s collar, causing the dog to […]
A 17-year-old Scout received the Honor Medal on October 16 after racing into a burning apartment building in January to save his elderly neighbor and a toddler. Jack Dailey – a member of Troop 240, Riverdale, N.Y. – had just returned to his seventh floor apartment in the Bronx when he smelled smoke. He quickly determined […]
A true outdoor community event, the Outdoor Inspiration Awards celebrates individuals, groups, and companies whose efforts go above and beyond in inspiring others in their communities to participate in outdoor activities. The Boy Scouts of America is a sponsor of the event, which has added a “Youth” category this year. Make your Nominations today through November 21 […]
Noah Cahoon, a 14-year-old Eagle Scout from American Fork, Utah, was recently a guest on the ABC show Shark Tank, where ambitious entrepreneurs pitch ideas to some hungry — and sometimes unpleasant — businessmen. And he did just fine.
Gavin Burseth, a 16-year-old Boy Scout from Illinois, recently brought in 38 goats to remove invasive species from the Blackwell Forest Preserve Family Campground.
Scout uses passion for skateboarding to fuel Eagle Scout project.
When they saw a man stranded in the middle of a fast-moving river, these Scouts knew just what to do.
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.