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Six easy steps to planning the ultimate Pinewood Derby

Six easy steps to planning the ultimate Pinewood Derby

The Pinewood Derby can seem like a maze of tasks that make up a million-piece, very complicated puzzle, but it is time to simplify things a bit and make this all about fun for everyone. These steps should guarantee that you throw a successful and well-run race day...

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Five reasons why VenturingFest 2020 is a can’t-miss event

Five reasons why VenturingFest 2020 is a can’t-miss event

Ryan Davis, VenturingFest 2020 Youth Chairman Ryan Davis is ready to fly right past his comfort zone. Next summer, on the winding and bumpy mountain bike trails at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, you’ll find Ryan zooming downhill at top speed. Maybe he’ll be screaming;...

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Scouts invent handy way to remember first aid steps

Scouts invent handy way to remember first aid steps

Scouts in girls Troop 606 of Chicago recently reviewed the eight steps of handling an emergency as outlined in the First Aid merit badge pamphlet. As they went over the steps, the girls decided to create a mnemonic device, similar to the one they learned for Leave No...

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Arkansas Scout overcomes cancer to earn Eagle Scout Award

Arkansas Scout overcomes cancer to earn Eagle Scout Award

After crossing over from Pack 82 to Troop 99 in Benton, Ark., Nicholas Burrell was looking forward to many campouts, fishing trips and summer camp adventures. But before he could complete his first year in the older youth program, the 11-year-old went to see a doctor...

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Scouts Then and Now, Chapter 18

Scouts Then and Now, Chapter 18

Welcome to Scouts Then and Now, a Bryan on Scouting blog series. The premise is simple. We share two photos of the same Scout or Venturer: once in his or her early Scouting years (Cub Scout, younger Scout, younger Venturer) and again in his or her later Scouting years...

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