ScoutingMay-June 2002

Scouting Magazine

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Adventure, lore, and legend lure Venturers from the Lower 48 to Alaska's Yukon River, where they studied the Nature of Leadership. Executive editor Scott Daniels accompanied the teens and writes about their 160-mile journey. Cover photograph by Vince Heptig.

In the May-June 2002 Issue

Honoring Old Glory

The BSA's Greater Pittsburgh Council shares its building and patriotic fervor with the National Flag Foundation.

Do the Right Thing Illustrations

Leaders can build boys' character by using "teachable moments" that emphasize the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

'Look What I Made!'

At The Home Depot's carpentry workshop for children, Cub Scouts use hammers, nails, and wood to build all sorts of projects.

Summer ... 'When Good Stuff Happens' Photographs

Great weather and fun-filled outings help Cub Scout packs benefit from a well-planned summertime program.

The Nature of Leadership Photographs

A remote and rugged river trip on Alaska's Yukon is where Venturers learn the skills of leadership.

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