About our cover:
Scouts Bobby Chambellan and Dominic Gomez of Albuquerque Troop 166 float in the sublime, blue-green waters of Havasu Falls. Beginning on page 20, Executive Editor Scott Daniels tells why this Grand
Canyon paradise is a favorite destination for backpackers. Cover photograph by Vince Heptig.
In the March - April 2005 Issue
- 'This Is What We Do'
After four hurricanes ravaged the Southeastern United States last year, Scout units organized to help clean up and rebuild.
- April Is Youth Protection Month
The BSA urges units to conduct Youth Protection programs in April and to share Scouting's outstanding resources, available for all age groups, with the community at large.
- Havasu Heaven
Albuquerque Troop 166 hikes to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and camps in a tropical paradise set between towering waterfalls.
- 13 Days to the Future
At the BSA's Center for Professional Development, new professional Scouters launch their careers by learning the critical district-level role of a unit-serving executive.
- A Pathway to Remember
A districtwide crossover ceremony welcomes new Boy Scouts and shows Cub Scouts the fun that awaits them in Boy Scouting.
- Winning Recipes for Campfire Cuisine
We pick the top entrees, side dishes, and desserts from nearly 350 reader entries in Scouting magazine's "Camp Food Favorites" recipe contest.
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