Posted on 08 March 2005 by Editor
According to the National Order of the Arrow website, the national Order of the Arrow committee has removed the “restricted status” from the Order of the Arrow Guide for Officers and Advisers. Previously, this book had to be ordered through your local council. The publication can now be obtained from the BSA National Supply Division by ordering publication #34997C, revised 2004. The guide retails for $7.95.
This guide contains the current national policies and guidelines for lodge organization and administration. All lodge and chapter officers and advisers should have a copy.
Posted on 07 March 2005 by Editor
The National Council announced today that the Boy Scouts will help organize the 17th National Youth Service Day, April 15-17, 2005. While the Boy Scouts participate and organize service projects 365 days a year National Youth Service Day serves as a public awareness and education campaign that highlights the amazing contributions that young people make to their communities.
Posted on 03 March 2005 by Dan
Geneva, Switzerland, 3 March 2005 -Scouts around the world are proud of the new records set by Steve Fossett with GlobalFlyer, which displayed the Scout emblem on the cockpit. Scouting has a special place among the sponsors’ emblems because of Scouting’s importance in his personal development. “Each record I set is like I have earned a new Scout badge. I was a Scout when I climbed my first mountain,” Steve said.
Today, Steve is an elected member of the World Scout Committee, the board of the World Scout Organization which includes more than 28-million members – girls and boys – worldwide.
“Steve has demonstrated that self confidence can take one far, to continue to explore the limits of science, technology and human character,” said Dr. Marie-Louise Correa, Chairman of the World Scout Committee. “This is more than just a new record by Steve Fossett and a former Scout, it opens new horizons in aeronautics and how we view the world.”