Scouting News

  • The Golden Eaglet (1918) A Silent Movie Brought Back To Life by ScoutAdmin (2015/02/21 20:33)
    I was attending a Girl Scout event today and brought along my copy of the GSA 100th Anniversary book in case there was some down time while the girls were in class. They were working with Engineering students at North Carolina State University and the leaders were asked just to hang back (and so I […]
  • Born To Be A Scout by ScoutAdmin (2015/01/30 14:48)
    Now here is a video that will put a smile on your face! Published by Larry Green from over at www.scoutpioneering.com this is a collection of photos illustrating some features of the Boy Scouts of America’s multifaceted Program, set to the Music, “Born to Be a Scout” by The Alex Boye’ Review. Be sure to […]
  • Scoutcraft is not dead! by ScoutAdmin (2014/09/22 11:18)
    SCOUTPIONEERING.COM IS PUTTING THE OUTING IN SCOUTING We were happy this week to run across a great website thanks to a video that was shared on Facebook. The video linked in below was taken over the weekend at a community event in the town of Aynor, South Carolina. What you’ll find is a great example […]
  • Boy Scouting: Rocketman Build an Adventure by ScoutAdmin (2014/09/19 16:07)
    It’s that time of year when Boy Scout roundups are taking place all across the country.  In the days of shareable social media that Boy Scouts of American has caught on and is producing and publishing media projects to help with recruitment.  This video that just came out is an example aimed at showing the […]
  • Words of Wisdom Wednesday: Brave by CharlesN (2012/08/29 13:17)
    “A Scout is never taken by surprise; he knows exactly what to do when anything unexpected happens.” Sir Lord Baden-Powell A Scout is Brave.  Bravery comes in many forms.  Many of us think of bravery as having the courage to camp out in the woods at night surrounded by wild animals, climbing up a rock […]
  • Ultralight Backpacking for Scouts? by MikeD (2012/07/10 10:53)
    Ultralight backpacking may be the biggest change to hit Scout backpacking since the development of the hip strap. While still slightly contentious among some traditional Troops, Ultralight is increasingly accepted as a viable alternative to carrying the entire equipment list developed by traditionalists. Many experienced backpackers have already made the transition and Ultralight principles are […]
  • Feeding A Bunch of Hungry Backpackers by MikeD (2012/06/10 08:43)
    On a 50 miler, getting into camp every afternoon means a brief sense of accomplishment which is followed by a flurry of activity. Backpacks have to be emptied of group equipment. Water has to be filtered. Bear bag trees need to be located. Tents need erecting. And most important for many, dinner has to be […]
  • Wayne Brock Appointed Chief Scout Executive for the Boy Scouts of America by Press Release (2012/05/24 11:30)
    Brock joins new BSA National President Wayne Perry as top two leaders  of nation’s iconic youth-serving organization Following an extensive selection process, the Boy Scouts of America named Wayne Brock its next Chief Scout Executive, the organization’s top professional. Brock, the BSA’s current deputy Chief Scout Executive and chief operating officer, will provide general direction of […]
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