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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Dave LeCavalier of Fore Front Properties represented the Boy Scouts of America in the transaction.
In addition, he has touched the lives of so many in his work as a philanthropist especially pertaining to the Boy Scouts of America.
Supreme Court declared in a 5-4 ruling that the Boy Scouts of America was within its rights to set its own membership standards.
Hotchkiss, 54, of Indianapolis was hired Tuesday to serve as the next Scout executive and chief executive officer of the Mohegan Council of the Boy Scouts of America, according to Charles E.
Camp Geiger Shooting Range is the first public shooting range in the nation to be built and operated by the Boy Scouts of America.
For more on the Boy Scouts of America or the Sporting Clays Invitational, visit www.
Each year this recognition is presented to those who exemplify in their daily lives the ideals of the Boy Scouts of America as expressed in the Scout Oath and Law.
ON THE WAY to earning the rank of Eagle, members of the Boy Scouts of America take an oath "to help other people at all times" and to keep themselves "physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.
With trustworthiness being one of the key components of Scout law, the movie industry is turning to a new ally in its battle against movie piracy: the Boy Scouts of America.
has been appointed the new commissioner of the Boy Scouts of America, Greater New York Councils.
The Boy Scouts of America is flattered to be mentioned when the writer of the article about The IndUS Entrepreneurs ("The Secrets of Success," October) quotes someone as saying, "It's the Boy Scouts applied to business.
The Boy Scouts of America have been in the news a lot lately.
A federal judge in California has invalidated a lease of public land to the Boy Scouts of America on church-state grounds.
The Boy Scouts of America and its Connecticut Rivers Council filed a federal lawsuit three years ago after a committee overseeing the annual workplace charitable campaign in state offices determined that the Boy Scouts were no longer eligible to participate.