It’s all about being prepared.
Fundraising in the post-COVID reality might look a little different.
Scout groups look forward to resuming in-person meetings, YET ANOTHER stolen trailer...and the Girl Scouts get new uniforms.
Team Eagle Scout competes in Eco-Challenge, Scouting memorabilia fetches a tidy sum...and a UK toy store helps fund a Scout hall.
Scouts Canada is bringing back in-person meetings in September of 2020. What will Scouting look like in Canada thereafter?
Tracking the history of a Sea Scout ship, Scout properties in BC face issues...and a trailer thief gets caught.
Fundraising opportunities resume as markets reopen, Scouts hold a virtual festival...and it was Scout Scarf Day this past weekend.
Scouts get new kayaks, a new Scouts BSA troop for Girls forms...and there’s a new Scouts Commissioner in Barbados.
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Facts on the founder of Scouting. This discussion broadcast on Scouting Radio on Saturday 27th June 2020.
Scouts crowdfund new gear, BP’s statue in Dorset is opened up again...and why not camp in the Great Indoors?
Scouts Canada have published guidelines for how, and when, in-person Scouting in Canada can resume.
3D-printed wolf heads for Cubs, Philmont cancels summer programs...and Keyna honours BP.
Scouts BSA launches a new merit badge...and Scouts around the world work with COVID-19 task forces.
Statue controversy at Poole Quay, a Scout Hall gets decommissioned...and hey, why not have a virtual water fight?
Scouts Canada goes live, a Scouting couple celebrates 20 years of volunteering...and at least one Ohio Scout camp is re-opening.
Yes. Very Yes.
Scouts in the UK receive a windfall; a Scout cycles virtually to Africa...and Scouts have better mental health and resilience.