About our cover:
Dustin Flaum and William Hea of Littleton, Colo., Troop 444 snowshoe to the top of Shrine Mountain Ridge near Vail. Beginning on page 20, Executive Editor Scott Daniels writes about the troop's trek to a Rocky Mountains hideaway that gives new meaning to "a little cabin in the woods."
In the November - December 2004 Issue
- Good Turns: The Year-Round
Holiday Spirit of Giving
BSA President John C. Cushman III and Chief Scout Executive Roy L. Williams thank Scouting's volunteers for their
service to youth and to those in need.
- A (not so) Little
Cabin in the Woods
Scouts from Littleton, Colo., Troop 444 snowshoe to a plush Rocky Mountain
backcountry cabin. But after arriving, they don't stay cooped up insidethere's too much fun outdoors.
- Striking Gold
A New Jersey Cub Scout pack marks its first 50 years with a yearlong celebration, capped by a gala blue and gold banquet.
- There Goes 'My Boy'
Every Scoutmaster has a special feeling for a Scout who successfully completes the journey from Tenderfoot to Eagle Scout.
- A Week of Good Turns
Denver packs, troops, and crews dedicate eight days in November to helping others in many different ways.
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