- 2013 Boy Scout Jamboree
Scouts, volunteers team up on Mullens project
Moving in tandem, Boy Scout Troop D207, of California, worked alongside an AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) team at the Mullens Opportunity Center Tuesday.
So long for now
As a magnificent Jamboree ends, we hope Scouts have found a new love in West Virginia
12,000 visitors passes pre-sold for Jamboree
A total of 12,000 visitor passes were pre-sold sold online to the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, according to a staff member at the event’s gateway.
- What a view
Scouts help return life to Morris Creek
Scouts from Troop A401 of the Miami Valley Council in the Dayton, Ohio, area got more than they bargained for when they joined volunteers from the Morris Creek Watershed Association on Monday.
With a medical staff of 563, Jamboree prepared for nearly any contingency
Every war has its characteristic injury.
At the last Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill, Dr. Glen Ault observed 17 cases of appendicitis.
“We had a run,” he says.
‘Rocket Boy’ visits Scouts
Original “Rocket Boy” and entrepreneur Roy Lee Cooke visited the Lewis Community Center in Oak Hill Tuesday, where he addressed a group of approximately 30 Scouts, Scoutmasters and volunteers.
Scouts work on Fish Hatchery projects
An oft-repeated goal of the thousands of Boy Scouts attending this summer’s National Scout Jamboree is to leave their environment better than they found it.
Incident Control Center tracks Scout projects
Thousands of Scouts. Nine counties. Over 350 community service projects.
About 160 buses filled with eager workers and volunteers leaving the Summit Bechtel Reserve each day at about 7 a.m. last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and again this week — Monday and today.
Zipping across the Summit
Imagine a 20-second hustle that had kids — and some who were a “few” years past the “kids” stage — waiting in line for five hours to do it just one time.
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