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Karen Fritzjunker, committee chair of Cub Scout Pack 110 of Rochester, Minn., helps Pack 53's Aaron Munson as part of the 100th Anniversary program Get in the Game! Photograph by Vince Heptig.
In the May - June 2010 Issue
- The Real Game Boys
- Cashing in on geocaching's worldwide following, the BSA has turned to GPS technology as the centerpiece of an exciting new 100th Anniversary program: Get in the Game! Can trekking for caches result in better retention rates, higher recruitment levels, and more enthusiasm for Scouting? Talk to the kids.
- New Blue
- You might have heard: It's not your dad's — or your mom's — Cub Scout program any more. But do you know what's really taking place this fall, after five years of testing and development? Find out what's changed, what hasn't, and everything else you need to succeed.
- From the CSE Two watershed events in Scouting's history occupy Bob Mazzuca's thinking as the BSA's 100th Anniversary year approaches the halfway mark: The upcoming 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill, Va., and the inaugural one planned for 2013 at The Summit: Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia.
- Boys' Life Preview