Boy Scouts of America


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a corporation that operates through a national council that charters local councils all over the United States

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"For many, many years there's been an excavation of what are called the 'perversion files' -- those are files held and hoarded at the Boy Scouts of America headquarters," Anderson added.
The new group, Trail Life USA, was created by OnMyHonornet, which opposed the Boy Scouts of America's policy change last May that permitted gay Scouts--but not gay adult leaders--effective Jan.
Sea Scouts, a division Of the Boy Scouts of America that includes girls and boys between the ages of 14 and 21, works to develop future leaders both on and off the water through sailing in the summer and learning manufacturing skills in the winter.
Less well known, however, is the fact that the merit badge program offered by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has delivered agricultural knowledge, skills and career awareness to millions of youth for the last 100 years.
Service Credit Union, Portsmouth, N.H., and the Daniel Webster Council Boy Scouts of America officials presented a $3,000 contribution to America's Credit Union Museum Executive Director Peggy Powell.
The idea that Boy Scouts of America is choosing to dump the responsibility of a policy in the laps of the local organizations rather than man up and choose to be inclusive is disheartening.
A federal appeals court has ruled that the city of San Diego, Calif., may lease public land to the Boy Scouts of America at preferential rates even though the organization discriminates on religious grounds.
Responding to the release, Boy Scouts of America national leader Wayne Perry reiterated an apology to the victims.
WalterToole, NRHA president in 2006 and owner of Bray Hardware with six locations in Central Fla., was the honoree at the West Orange County Annual Boy Scout Golden Eagle Luncheon in Gotha, Fla., on March 14 for his contributions to the Boy Scouts of America and the central Florida community.
Camp Geiger Shooting Range is the first public shooting range in the nation to be built and operated by the Boy Scouts of America. The shooting complex offers 40 acres of 5 Stand, sporting clays, archery, rifle, and handgun shooting facilities on the grounds of BSA Camp Geiger in St.
A Boy Scouts of America (BSA) chapter in Philadelphia is negotiating a settlement with the city after losing a round this summer in a court battle that started in 2007.
This year, the Boy Scouts of America are celebrating 100 years as the largest and most successful youth movement America has ever known.
A coffee-table compilation featuring over 300 full color photographs of people, places, and memorabilia items, Boy Scouts of America: A Centennial History lives up to its title with an in-depth chronology of one of America's oldest institutions designed to prepare young men for leadership.
4, 2010, and will coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. It is expected to draw 300,000 visitors to the region in addition to the 45,000 scouts and 3,000-plus BSA support personnel.
It killed three 13-year-old Scouts and one 14-year-old Scout, said Lloyd Roitstein, an executive with the Mid America Council of the Boy Scouts of America.