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Thousands of Girls are Joining Cub Scouts

Tatum and Ian W., 10-year-old twins who are both participating in Webelos, are looking to be among the first brother/sister duos to eventually earn the rank of Eagle Scout. It’s all possible thanks to Tatum’s recent participation in Pack 154, which is part of Daniel Webster Council in Durham, New Hampshire. The pack began welcoming girls…

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June Roundtable scheduled for June 7, 2018

The next District Roundtable will be held on Thursday, June 7, 2018, at Wayzata Community Church at 7 p.m. There will not be a Roundtable in May because of the District Recognition Dinner. As a change from previous years, we will have a Roundtable in June. The reason is the need to bring additional recruitment…

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LOCAL SCOUT HELPS IN PUERTO RICO

REPAIRING A CAMP Puerto Rico was devastated on September 20, 2017 and has been picking up the pieces since. 6 months later, that process continues and volunteers are needed just as much now as then. A couple local Scouts took the call for help, traveling to Puerto Rico! Charlie Novack was interested in using his…

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Many Point Scout Camp Work Party – Jun 1- 8, 2019

WORK PARTY Come help get Many Point Scout Camp ready for this coming summer camp season. Food, lodging, fellowship and a special recognition are provided. Both skilled and general labor is needed. It’s fun! Here are some of the types of projects that need to be done this year: Carpentry Update support on remodeled latrines…

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In getting accepted to Yale, his Eagle Scout project video was ‘a difference-maker’

When Justin Aubin learned that Yale University allowed students to include videos with their application, he was thrilled. Yale challenged applicants to demonstrate “a community to which you belong and the footprint you have left.” Justin had the perfect response. He shared a four-minute documentary about his Eagle Scout service project. He led volunteers as they built…

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Eagle Scout wins 2018 Pulitzer Prize in breaking news photography

Ryan Kelly, who received a 2018 Pulitzer Prize for his chilling photo of a car plowing into a group of counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Va., is an Eagle Scout. Kelly was a staff photojournalist at The Daily Progress in Charlottesville from 2013 to 2017. He took the award-winning photo — a searing image of that day’s tragic…

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