About our cover:
Scouts of Troop 28 surround Scoutmaster Nabor Cortez, whose work in bringing Scouting to Falfurrias, Tex., personifies the theme of the BSA's new national Hispanic emphasis campaign¡Scouting Vale la pena!(Scouting! It's worth the effort!) Read about Cortez and other outstanding Hispanic Scouters in Bill Sloan's article. Cover Photograph by David Nance.)
In the September 2001 Issue
Texas Scouts and Scouters grab maps and compasses to track down blaze orange markers in a popular orienteering meet.
New BSA training is highlighted by a leadership-focused Wood Badge that provides broader knowledge of the total Scouting program.
Magic tricks build self-confidence and turn Cub Scouts into instant entertainers.
For more than seven decades, The Salvation Army and the BSA have helped bring Scouting to low-income youth.
It's not always easy for a Scoutmaster to let a Scout decide what the right thing to do is.
A BSA pilot marketing campaign in South Texas brings more Scouting opportunities to the nation's fastest-growing minority.
A new Strategic Plan introduced at the BSA national annual meeting will help Scouters write the nextand bestinstallment in the epic story of Scouting.
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