About our cover:
The Internet is becoming increasingly important in our daily lives as a medium for research, entertainment, and communication. Writer Douglass K. Daniel tells how Scouters across the country are mining the Net's resources and capabilities to provide richer Scouting experiences for unit members. Cover illustration by José Cruz.
In the November-December 2000 Issue
- News Briefs
- Front Line StuffA convincing case for boy-run troops.
- Family TalkWays to help your child overcome shyness.
- Boys' Life Program Helper [PDF - 83K]
- Green Bar Bill's Patrol CornerHoliday-season service projects.
- Family Fun PageCurious careers and tools of the trade.
- Unit Anniversaries
BSA President Milton H. Ward and Chief Scout Executive Roy L. Williams retell a "True Story of Scouts in Action" in wishing Scouters a joyful holiday season.
A California council's incentive program began as a way to promote wider use of Boys' Life magazine and now brings many additional rewards to youth.
A dream begun 35 years ago culminates in a camporee filled with impressive pioneering projects and the construction of a log cabin.
A Florida council provides promising Scouts from at-risk urban neighborhoods and other communities a special chance to experience Scouting fun, fellowship, and leadership training.
Today, being prepared includes being online. If you aren't, you're missing out on a valuable resourcethe globally connected Scouting family.
The contests and competitions that Cub Scouts enjoy most are often surprisingly uncomplicated and require minimal setup.
Starting a troop and a pack halfway around the world was both challenging and fun.
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