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Unsung Hero: She rescued a fellow hiker during a family vacation

This is Unsung Heroes, a Bryan on Scouting blog series celebrating under-reported acts of Scouting heroism. These are stories that don’t make national headlines — but should. That’s doubly true in this world that can always use more good news. Read the latest story below, and find instructions for sharing your own Unsung Heroes story at the…

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Cubmaster shares lyrics for funny pack song he penned

A couple of years ago, Mitch Lynch, Cubmaster of Pack 2010 in Aldie, Va., sang his version of Irving Berlin’s “Gee, I Wish I Was Back in the Army” at the pack’s blue and gold banquet. He got the idea while planning the banquet’s program over Christmastime. “The song really came together after watching Bing…

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Top 5 merit badges that every ‘Hamilton’ fan should earn

If you consider Hercules Mulligan, John Laurens and the Marquis de Lafayette to be three of your closest quarantine companions, you aren’t alone. Now that the Broadway musical Hamilton is available to anyone for just $7 (the cost of a month of Disney+), this hip-hop history lesson is gaining an even wider audience. In a…

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Things I Did Because I Was a Scout: An impressive list

Those less familiar with Scouting know all about the camping and fishing and hiking that young men and young women enjoy in our program. They know that Scouts and Venturers are kind and do good deeds. “That’s a good start,” says longtime volunteer Ray Capp, “but there is so much more.” So Capp asked some former…

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Scouts: Share your most EPIC Scouting adventure with the world!

Whether you’ve experienced the life-changing feeling of traversing the Tooth of Time alongside your best friends or had the most hilariously epic moment with your buddies at a unit meeting, it’s time to share your story! From adventures big to small, we want to hear about your most epic Scouting experience so we can share…

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