About our cover:
Cub Scouts Scott Curtis, Carter Hesterman, and Jared Carter of Pack 3840, Sandy, Utah, cheer the start of a pinewood derby race. Learn how to preserve your favorite Scouting memories in a scrapbook using the simple steps outlined by Dian Thomas in "Scrapbook Your Scouting Memories." Photograph by Vince Heptig. Scrapbook page by Karen Glenn. Track courtesy of pinewooderbytrack.com.
In the October 2001 Issue
Ode to the Leader of Many Boys
A Scoutmaster earns a special place in the hearts of young men who accept the challenge of being a Scout in his troop.
Scouts attending the world jamboree over New Year's 2003 will find the host country a warm and friendly place that has been called "the land of smiles."
A trained den chief plays a key role in conducting quality den meetings and encouraging Cub Scouts to make the transition from pack to troop.
Scrapbook Your Scouting Memories
It's America's fastest-growing hobby and a fun-filled way to preserve those years of blue and gold and khaki.
In one of the BSA's lesser-known programs, nearly 400 boys around the world participate as Lone Scouts.
A Connecticut troop's commitment to regular trail maintenance means safer hiking for the public and a rewarding outdoor service experience for the Scouts.
Urban Scouts in Columbus, Ohio, set goals that point to a brighter future.
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