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Who knew the humble Scout neckerchief had such rich history and cool traditions associated with it?

BSA's first female Council president, Girl Scouts on the move, Kub Kar Rallies and Pinewood Derbies...and Logan Blythe isn't ready to return to Scouting.

Scouts make a return in Iraq, fire fighters help replace Girl Scout cookies, Venturers inspire generosity...and an Australian Scout Group suffers an equipment theft.

Scouting is — or should be — open to all, but not everyone can advance through the program in the same way.

Scouts in the UK pay for discrimination, Boy Scouts benefit from purse sales, Girl Scouts fend off a forged bill...and where do we get the term “mug up” from, anyway?

Every Scouting youth (in Alberta, at least) is a member!

A Boy Scout's struggle in Utah, pay it forward with Girl Scout cookies, food and toy drives continue...and in Africa, youth unite through Scouting.

Attempted robbery from Girl Scouts, lots of Scouting food drives and vehicle rallies...and the Scouts Association in the UK is considering moving away from the Fleur-de-Lis.

Let's learn a bit about the Summit Bechtel Reserve, the site of the upcoming 24th World Scouts Jamboree.

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