About our cover:
Readers entered more than 1,000 pictures in Scouting magazine's "Take Your Camera to Camp" photo contest. The winning shots, as judged by the magazine's staff, are featured in "Photos from Camp." Cover photograph by Mike Roytek; digital imaging by J. W. Burkey.
In the March-April 2000 Issue
- News Briefs
- Worth Retelling
- Family Talk - Talk so your children will listen ... and learn.
- Front Line Stuff - Ideas for a memorable Eagle court of honor.
- Boys' Life Program Helper [PDF - 71K]
- Family Fun Page - Don't let this quiz bug you.
- Unit Anniversaries
An Arkansas district's disaster-drill camporee demands the ultimate in planning to provide Scouts a realistic, role-playing learning experience.Photos From Camp
The winners in Scouting magazine's "Take Your Camera to Camp" photo contest represent the best pictures from more than a thousand entries submitted by readers.Last Step on the Trail to Eagle
Five examples of Eagle Scout service projects illustrate the planning and procedures a boy must follow to earn Scouting's highest rank.Troop 73's 2,500-Mile Learning Adventure
Scout Spirit Days, a special Walt Disney World program for earning merit badges, is the highlight of a Massachusetts troop's dream trip to Florida.Hooray for Webelos Day!
For 15 years Troop 1212 has invited Webelos Scouts for an afternoon sampling of Boy Scouting's fun and adventure.Character Building in an Outdoor Classroom
In Winston-Salem, N.C., the local school district and Scout council use the BSA's Learning for Life program for teaching character education in the classroom and at special camp sessions.Lessons of Hidden Valley
Asked to serve as a district chairman, a reluctant volunteer looks for an answer at the camp where, 35 years earlier, he spent his first summer as a Scout.
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