Boy Scout

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a boy who is a member of the Boy Scouts

a man who is considered naive

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The Boy Scouts of America is the oldest organization in America that continues to train young men in the core values of citizenship, leadership, responsibility and appreciation of the outdoors through such activities as sport shooting and hunting.
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Gallup data confirm what Boy Scout leadership likely already knows -- that the organization has experienced a proportional membership decline among younger generations.
Camp Geiger Shooting Range is the first public shooting range in the nation to be built and operated by the Boy Scouts of America.
Josti observed that Boy Scout values have remained constant through the years.
Acting on complaints filed by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Pentagon has agreed to warn military bases worldwide not to directly sponsor Boy Scouts of America activities, because the group requires members to believe in God.
The Boy Scouts of America have been particularly involved in combining use of public land with camp lands.
On My Honor: Boy Scouts and the Making of American Youth.
Although the Randall case involves similar issues, it differs in one important fact, according to George Davidson, a New York attorney who represented the Boy Scout council in that case.
Though in 1988 he was unable to pull of a cooperative tree planting in South Korea - a World Forest involving athletes in the country for the Olympic Games - Lockyear has already started organizing a 1992 tree planting in that country tied to the Boy Scout Jamboree to be held there.
Up to 15,000 Boy Scout Commemoratives will be made, with royalties going to the Boy Scouts of America for various scouting activities.
Boy Scout Riley Alexander, who is pursuing his Eagle rank, contacted the center and asked what he and his troop could do.
Offering closing remarks, Fascitelli revealed that the luncheon had raised $500,000, an amount that will go towards helping provide more than 100,000 City Scouts--many of whom come from underprivileged backgrounds--with everything from uniforms to the opportunity to go away to Boy Scout summer camps.
Most recently, to settle a lawsuit brought against the United States by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Armed Forces agreed not to sponsor Boy Scout troops on bases and posts across the country.