January - February 2003
About our cover:
Venturer Lucas Malarski, an exchange student from Poland and a member of Crew 146, Amery, Wis., mushes through the woods of Tomahawk Scout Reservation. Writer Doug Smith tells how the St. Paul-based Indianhead Council promotes dogsledding as an exciting winter adventure for its Boy Scout and Venturing units. Cover photograph by Steve Wewerka.
In the January - February 2003 Issue
New York Scouters build an outdoor amphitheater to honor a victim of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A family vacation at the Philmont Training Center is one of the BSA's best-kept secrets.
Cub Scouts and their families gather at a state park in western New York for a day of winter fun.
A growing number of women are choosing a challenging and rewarding career in professional Scouting.
For his official 2003 BSA illustration, artist Joseph Csatari captures the heroic work of firefighters and police at Ground Zero in New York City as well as the efforts of Scouts across the nation to support them.
A Wisconsin high adventure base gives Venturing crew members their first taste of dogsledding as a winter outdoor activity.
For 68 years, Scoutmaster Billy Jim Vaughn has helped guide Tennessee Scouts along the path of life.
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