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By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 19, 2017

Welcome Angela Shelley to the Team!

The Utah National Parks Council would like to welcome Angela Shelley to the team. As the new Program Assistant she will be helping with Advancement, Training, Camping, and more! This is how she describes herself: “I have always been enthusiastic about education and helping others overcome frustration in the learning process as they achieve objectives. […]

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By Clint Lawton
Jan 16, 2017

Team Building: Tying it Up

Left: James Farnsworth and Clint Lawton headed to Timberline We had no idea what we were getting ourselves into as we loaded up our 50-pound backpacks and headed off for a week of leadership training at Timberline (NYLT) in Southern Utah. We showed up to find what seemed to be hundreds of Scouts lined up […]

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By Arturo Malpica
Jan 14, 2017

Y-Serve Scouting Outreach: Liderazgo para adultos

Como parte del Servicio de Escultismo en Scouting Y-serve, Empezando en enero de 2017, BYU Scouting está en la búsqueda de ubicar a voluntarios para las unidades de habla-hispana y otras que tengan una necesidad de líderes adultos. Los voluntarios son estudiantes de BYU e incluye a varios con experiencia en el Movimiento Scout y […]

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By Arturo Malpica
Jan 14, 2017

Y-Serve Scouting Outreach: Adult Leadership

As part of Y-serve’s Scouting Outreach, starting in January 2017 BYU Scouting is looking to place eager volunteers in Spanish-speaking and other units that have a need for adult leaders. Student volunteers include several with experience in Scouting and have a Spanish-speaking background. Goals of this program are to help Scouting units in the Utah […]

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By Michelle Carpenter
Jan 13, 2017

How to Survive High School with the Aid of Varsity Scouting

The first semester of Freshman year is over–and  everything’s getting way too crazy. Your math teacher started writing letters across the board (when did math become a language?). You’re having a hard time telling apart the teachers and the seniors. And, why are you stuck on the JV sports teams for the next two years? […]

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By Michelle Carpenter
Jan 11, 2017

Shifting Your Scout’s Requirements from Checklist to Cultivation

I participated in every extracurricular activity imaginable in my Iowa high school–track, drama, speech, key club, cross country, swimming, yearbook, choir, newspaper, etc. Somehow, though I’m not sure how, I ended up having time most every Wednesday to head to mutual. I loved going to mutual. It was fun and spiritual. Plus, on Wednesday nights […]

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By Jarom Shaver
Jan 09, 2017

All My Mission Companions Were Eagle Scouts

Last December marked my four-year anniversary of coming home from my mission. Spain was marvelous, as you may imagine. I was blessed with two great mission presidents and 11 outstanding mission companions. I could not have asked for better long-lasting relationships than those I gained while arduously serving the Lord with these faithful priesthood holders. […]

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By Darryl Alder
Jan 08, 2017

Scouter’s Minute: An Attitude of Service

Dr. Cox, Mary Ellen and Dr. Jack McConnell President Monson is known for helping others at every possible opportunity, from the dozens of widows he helped as a bishop to members everywhere whom he helps with his kind words of love and encouragement. In the video about his life, On the Lord’s Errand, President Monson […]

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By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 07, 2017

University of Scouting Welcomes You and Fellow Scouters!

On behalf of the Utah National Parks Council, we would like to invite you to this year’s EPIC University of Scouting event! This year’s event will take place on February 18th from 8 am to 4 pm with Hyrum Smith as the keynote speaker. Our faculty, staff and administration have put together an amazing program this […]

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By The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Jan 05, 2017

A Scout is Reverent—12 Days of A Scout Christmas

Traditionally, the 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of January 5th – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration. It has been our custom at The Boy Scout to post a Scouter’s […]

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By Debany Henriksen
Jan 03, 2017

#ChampCamp January 14th

It’s time roll up your sleeves, and get to work on this year’s pinewood derby. With the help of our #ChampCamp on January 14th from 10 am to 3 pm, you’ll be ready to go. Oh, and if you have two left thumbs like me, this is the time and place to get an award winning Cub […]

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By Darryl Alder
Jan 02, 2017

A Scout is Thrifty–12 Days of A Scout Christmas

Traditionally, the 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of January 5th – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration. It has been our custom at The Boy Scout to post a Scouter’s […]

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By Maria Milligan
Jan 01, 2017

A Scout is Cheerful–12 Days of A Scout Christmas

Traditionally, the 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of January 5th – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration. It has been our custom at The Boy Scout to post a Scouter’s […]