'To Help Other People'

Since the BSA’s Good Turn for America initiative was launched in 2004, Scouts across the country have devoted more than three million hours of service to the needy—and they’re not done yet.

Saving Loggerhead Turtles

During their annual visit to a wilderness barrier island off the South Carolina coast, Scouts help vulnerable hatchlings survive a perilous journey from nest to sea.

Age-appropriate service projects for Webelos Scouts

In our November-December 2004 issue, Webelos Den Leader H.S. noted that service projects are required for several Webelos activity badges and awards. He asked for examples of good projects. Readers offered several ideas.

'This Is What We Do!'

After four hurricanes ravaged the Southeastern United States last year, Scout units organized to help clean up and rebuild.

Honoring Scoutreach's 'Unsung Heroes'

The Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award recognizes individuals and organizations for their dedicated efforts to bring Scouting to youth in urban and rural areas.

Labors of Love

Older Scouters provide volunteer maintenance and building work at council Scout camps.

Remembering One of Their Own

New York Scouters build an outdoor amphitheater to honor an Eagle Scout and troop leader who perished in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

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