On July 13, 2016, a team of Explorers, advisors, and Scout staff attended the IDEAGEN – UN Empowering Women and Girls 2030 Summit. This annual event brings together luminaries from across sectors to explore … Continue reading How These Explorers Are Blazing the Trail for the Next Generation →
He’s a born leader. Throughout his life, 18-year-old Bay Ridgeite James Chin has shown he has a passion for the Scouts and for making a difference in his community. Whether its improving his neighborhood’s parks or teaching kids, Chin has always been up to the task. A lot of that motivation can be attributed to …
When Eagle Scout Dave Jorgenson has a question, he gets the answer. We know this from his previous adventures questioning the current state of chivalry and at what time you become an adult. So when the Eagle was unsatisfied with the dictionary definition of “American,” he didn’t just take it to the streets to get to the
Pack 208 Wolf Scout and Waban resident Owen Butler, age 8, competed in the Pinewood Derby World Championships on June 25, in Times Square, New York City, sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America. Butler placed eighth in the Wolf Den category and 53rd overall out of almost 300 total cars from across the country. He missed winning a trophy by five hundredths of a second. Butler’s car placed first in the local Pack 208 race earlier this spring, and also first in the district races held in
PINE BUSH - Andrew Calabria, 10, from Crawford, and his 9-year old nephew John Calabria from Milford, Pa., will be competing in the 2016 Pinewood Derby World Championship held in Manhattan's Times Square on Saturday. The Pinewood Derby is an iconic event run by the Boy Scouts of America’s Cub Scouting division. During this event, a parent and son work together to build a 7-inch-long car from a block of wood. The car, propelled only by gravity, races down a track at scale equivalent
Longtime derby competitor David Pagan, 11, is drawing on personal patriotism in hopes of bringing home a prize at this year’s Boy Scouts’ Pinewood Derby World Championship.“Basically this year I decided I didn’t necessarily want to go for speed — but speed would be good,” he said. “I mainly went for design and I really wanted to get the ‘Most Patriotic’ Award.”
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