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Blog:    Larry Bacow, next president of Harvard, says ‘I learned to be a leader in Scouting’
13 Feb 2018 | 8:00 am
Larry Bacow, a Distinguished Eagle Scout who is one of the most experienced and respected leaders in American higher education, will be the next president of Harvard University. Harvard announced the selection on Sunday, calling Bacow someone who has the curiosity and keen intelligence of a scholar and teacher, the vision and steady hand of a seasoned leader of institutions, and the energetic commitment and buoyant stamina of a devoted marathoner. Sounds like an Eagle Scout to me. Son of immigrants Bacow is theson of an Eastern European refugee and an Auschwitz survivor. His parents came to this country with nothing and started a...


News:    Oceanside Girl Scouts kick off the cookie sale season
13 Feb 2018 | 6:09 am
It was a deliciously fun evening in the gymnasium at Castleton Academy High School on Jan. 27 as the Girl Scouts of Oceanside gathered for their special cookie season kick-off event. The outing was organized by fifth-grade Girl Scouts in Junior Troop 2083 ......


News:    Charles Freeman Morrison, Jr.
13 Feb 2018 | 5:28 am
Chuck joined the Boy Scouts at age twelve in Buena and continued through high school. His graduation gift from his parents was a trip to Paris for the Boy Scout Jamboree the summer after high school. The next year he returned to Toppenish High School to ......


News:    Pine-Richland teens earn Eagle Scout status
13 Feb 2018 | 4:51 am
Two Pine-Richland seniors and a graduate have made their mark in Scouting, earning the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts of America program the Eagle Scout. Seniors Seth Kornbau and Andrew Fernie had parallel projects. Each individually planned ......


News:    Boy Scout Troop 90 adds 86th Eagle Scout
13 Feb 2018 | 4:04 am
SOUTH BRUNSWICK Boy Scout Troop 90 of Kendall Park has added another Eagle Scout to its nest. Shrish Jawadiwar celebrated his Court of Honor ceremony on Jan. 27 after achieving the rank of Eagle on Sept. 14, 2017. Shrish joined the Troop in April 2010 ......


News:    Mahopac Scouts Hold Court Of Honor
13 Feb 2018 | 4:00 am
Ryan Murphy who advanced in rank to "First Class" and earned his Family Life and Personal Fitness Merit Badges; Jake Roberts, who advanced in rank to "Second Class;" Tommy Rumore, who earned his Communication Merit Badge; Christopher Suscal, who advanced ......


News:    A propane tank is a bomb: Stock buses found loaded in July with prohibited items
13 Feb 2018 | 2:09 am
The woman responsible for Stock Transportation's school-bus service in the Halifax area has told a Nova Scotia regulatory hearing she was "shocked and surprised" to learn the company leased 60 school buses for a Scout jamboree last summer. Former ......


News:    Pinewood Derby winners announced
13 Feb 2018 | 1:41 am
Winners of the Boy Scouts annual Chestnut Ridge District Pinewood Derby, held recently at the Indiana Mall, are, from left, Ryan Percosky, first place (Pack 1007, Blairsville); Brayden Lockard, second place (Pack 1145, Creekside); Edan Clawson, third place ......


Blog:    Where pine trees grow
13 Feb 2018 | 1:11 am
Joseph: On which side of the house do pine trees grow?Jake: Which side?Joseph: The outside....


News:    Gearing up for the Big Race
12 Feb 2018 | 11:19 pm
Scouts from Pack 88 took advantage of the wet weekend to get their cars ready for the annual Pinewood Derby. Eli V and Jack V (FCDS 2nd graders) got help from big brother Boy Scout Max V. Charlie S (FCDS 2nd grader) and his Dad were cutting away....


Blog:    Give $1–Make a Difference in World Scouting
12 Feb 2018 | 10:57 pm
At the end of World War II, Scouts of all ages in war-torn countries had lost everything and needed help to restart their Scouting programs. In response to these Scouts needs, the World Friendship Fund was created. Fundraising efforts were successful and, through the contributions of the members of the Boy Scouts of America, made many things available in the years just after the war, such as equipment, uniforms, insignia, program material, and camping gear. As a result, Scouting is now flourishing in these countries.Since that war, we have seen the development of new nations and the democratization of others....


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