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Girl Scouts to Dedicate Sarah Bailey Exhibit
News     20 Aug 2014 | 2:29 am
The public is invited to join Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia at the dedication of a permanent exhibit honoring the life of Sarah R. Bailey at the Tubman African American Museum in Macon, GA (PRWeb August 20, 2014) Read the full story at

Scouts enjoy 'once in a lifetime' adventure
News     19 Aug 2014 | 6:07 pm
By Micah McCartney Editor Boy Scout Troop No. 366 of Bullard recently took a once in a lifetime scouting adventure to Colorado and the Grand Canyon in Arizona. A total of five boy scouts and three leaders traveled together on the trip. The trip began as a dream of Curtis Hippler, scout master, a dream over 30 years in the making. Hippler brought up the idea of the adventure, and soon, the ......

Lawsuit filed against Boy Scouts, Coastal Empire Council after sexual assault allegations
News     19 Aug 2014 | 3:50 pm
A lawsuit was filed against the Boy Scouts of America and the Coastal Empire Council claiming a former Boy Scout was the victim of child sex crimes by an assistant scout master....

Kandersteg Dispatches – Day Seven
Blog     19 Aug 2014 | 3:19 pm
We’re Home! Here’s Day Seven in Kandersteg, look for our final installment, Day Eight, tomorrow! I’ll be sending you dispatches from Kandersteg International Scout Center August 9-18. The post Kandersteg Dispatches – Day Seven appeared first on

Mammut Mercury Jacket Review
blog     19 Aug 2014 | 2:57 pm
The Mammut Mercury Jacket has become my favorite jacket. From negative ten degree days on the slopes, to chilly July evenings in the mountains, this jacket has proven to be worth its weight in gold. The Mammut Mercury jacket is a lightweight fleece jacket with a low-profile hood, good looks, and zippered hand warmer pockets. It is great either layered or by itself. Pros The jacket is VERY soft. Even after several months’ worth of trips through the washing machine, it’s still soft. The low-profile hood is warm and soft and it will also fit under a helmet. When the jacket is fully zipped...

ENO – Flexfly Utility Tarp
Blog     19 Aug 2014 | 2:11 pm
I love tarps. If I'm going on a day-hike, to the beach, backpacking, car-camping, canoeing, or snowshoeing, I will always have a shelter with me. It doesn't matter if there's sun, rain, wind or snow, or simply the possibility that we'll be spending the night out, a tarp will handle all of those things. My most versatile, durable and functional tarp came to me by way of Eagle Nest Outfitters. It's the Flexfly. Last year I received the Flexfly Utility Tarp to test and I've been putting it to some long-term testing over the past year. The Flexfly utility tarp is  great for...

Afternoon Hiking At Sunrise
Blog     19 Aug 2014 | 1:48 pm
I realized yesterday that I have become that hiker. The one with no plans, who wakes up and putzes around, looks outside and decides around, oh, 10 am, that hiking would be great! Once the kids are dressed, van is packed, gassed up and said kids fed, mom has coffee and a picnic lunch is […] The post Afternoon Hiking At Sunrise appeared first on Trail Cooking & The Outdoors....

Kronenwetter to Host 'The Lego Movie' Thursday Night
News     19 Aug 2014 | 12:45 pm
Village of Kronenwetter will show their final movie under the stars Thursday, Aug. 21. “The Lego Movie” begins at dusk at Friendship Park....

Threatened Beetle Protected by Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay
News     19 Aug 2014 | 12:36 pm
Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay are working together to protect a threatened beetle on Maryland's Eastern Shore....

Third Beach to Strawberry Point
blog     19 Aug 2014 | 10:57 am
The Olympic Coast boasts some of Washington’s most beautiful and challenging terrain, offering stunning vistas no matter the season or weather. While the coast is often characterized by the Third Beach to Oil City 17-mile thru-hike, it also provides shorter trips for backpackers simply looking for a weekend getaway. The stretch of coast from Third Beach to Strawberry Point is notorious for its stunning beaches and twists of trails punctuated by ladders. While it does require hikers to time the tides, the planning is definitely worth it. The start at the trailhead is innocuous, boxed in by an almost claustrophobic net of alder...

Polaris Industries Inc. Receives Symbol of Appreciation from Boy Scouts of America
News     19 Aug 2014 | 10:25 am
Polaris Industries Inc. received a one-of-a-kind print from the Boy Scouts of America in appreciation for its commitment to a 10-year partnership to provide age-appropriate vehicles, safety equipment and safety instruction to BSA camps across the nation....

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