ScoutingJanuary-February 2000

Scouting Magazine

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Tyler McGee of Salt Lake City Venturing Crew 2238 cruises past a snow-flocked stand of "ghost soldiers" on Two Top Peak outside of Yellowstone National Park. Read how Utah Scouts and Venturers explore a Yellowstone few tourists ever see in the story by Richard Romney. Photograph by Vince Heptig.

In the January-February 2000 Issue

When Disaster Strikes Illustrations
The experiences of several troops and a pack fighting a major flood show how the Scouting community can be mobilized during a catastrophic emergency.
Memories of Camp Palila Illustrations
An Eagle Scout looks back at a place of joy and wonder and summers spent learning from a group of dedicated men about knots, nature, courage, integrity—and life.
A Fine Product, Served Nicely Illustrations
From selling tickets to serving food to cleaning up, Troop 60's Scouts are involved in every part of their highly profitable, annual chili dinner.
Celebrating a Special Bond
Scouts attending the National Deaf Scout Camporee at Gettysburg learn about their American heritage while silently sharing their unique Scouting connection.
It's Snow Wonder Photographs
Members of Utah's Great Salt Lake Council discover that visiting Yellowstone National Park by snowmobile reveals an awe-inspiring, wintery wonderland.
Celebrating 90 Years of Strong Values and Leadership Illustrations Photographs
The BSA marks its 90th anniversary with a yearlong celebration focusing on values and leaders—past, present, and future.
Hands-On Science for Cub Scouts
Boys and parents on a "camp-in" at Liberty Science Center learn that "don't touch" is no longer the standard rule in today's high-tech museums.
Scouts on Skis
Weekend ski packages offered by Vermont's Green Mountain Council lure schussing Scouts from as far away as Ohio.

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