Tag Archives: Boy Scout

By Community Submission
Aug 01, 2018

Take Your Next Outing to Guard Quarters – A Hidden National Historic Place

Approximately 3.75 miles up Provo Canyon lay Guard Quarters (a little known and hidden National Historic place). The Guard Quarters in Provo Canyon was one of three fortifications built in Utah during what was called the “Utah War”, a bloodless conflict between the United States Government and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints […]

book review
By Julia Thompson
Dec 22, 2017

Book Review: Stephen Discovers Treasures of America

Book Review Stephen Discovers Treasures of America, I found it is a fun, well written, and engaging book. It is great for elementary aged kids. Its content is enough to spark the interest in the history of America for anyone who reads it. It provides enough detail about each object and place to be appealing, […]

By Julia Thompson
Dec 21, 2017

Christmas Gifts For Scouts

Puzzled on what to get your Scout this year for Christmas? Check out some ideas for the perfect present. Christmas Gifts for Scouts Christmas Gifts perfect for the whole family Eric Dowdle Scout Camp Puzzle  Just in time for Christmas, our own Maple Dell Scout Camp will become the face of the season’s best gift to […]

football scout day
By Julia Thompson
Nov 18, 2017

BYU Football Scout Day 2017

Rise and Shout! Football Scout Day 2017 On Saturday, November 18th, Scouts from all over Utah County gathered at Lavell Edwards Football Stadium for Scout Day 2017. They came to watch the Brigham Young University Cougars face off with the University of Massachusetts Minutemen. BYU Football partnered with the Utah National Parks Council to discount tickets […]

By Katelyn Kenedy
Nov 17, 2017

Applying Scout Spirit to Overcome Everyday Problems

This article is adapted from a story written by Michael Brucia Going into his sophomore year of high school, Michael Brucia held himself to the highest standard in his academic goals. Selecting three AP and two Honors classes, Michael didn’t realize he may have bitten off more than he could chew. Never having taken a […]

By Makenzie Wistisen
Nov 15, 2017

Scout Uniforming And Why It Matters

Since its inception in 1910, Scouting has not only made uniforming a requirement, but a symbol of pride, functionality, and a reflection of its core values. The current (12th) edition of the Boy Scout Handbook states on page 32: “The Scout uniform is a symbol of the BSA. It tells others that you are a Scout and […]

By Julia Thompson
Sep 26, 2017

Nature and Scouts: Why I Leave No Trace

Nature and Scouts: Why I Leave No Trace, lessons from my Eagle Scout “What are you doing?” I asked my husband, then boyfriend, while we were on a family campout. He looked odd wandering around and suddenly disappearing into nature for minutes clutching a black trash bag. “Don’t worry about it,” he said. This statement, […]

By Madison Austin
Jul 31, 2017

The August Activities at Wasatch Mountain State Park You Don’t Want to Miss

There is a lot going on at Wasatch Mountain State Park this August, so get out and enjoy your park!  Here’s the schedule:  Saturday, August 5, at 7 pm: Night Animals Program Sunday, August 6, 10am-12pm: Historic Huber Grove Tour: Saturday, August 12, 8am-5pm: Military Appreciation Day Saturday, August 12, 9am-1pm: Trail Work Day Saturday, […]

By Annaleis Smith
Aug 15, 2016

Commissioner College is…

What is Commissioner College? Cub Scout Leader Pow Wow is a full day of training specifically for Cub Scout leaders and the University of Scouting is a full day of training with classes specifically for Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity and Venturing leaders.  A College of Commissioner Science or Commissioner College is a full day of […]

By Maloree Anderson
Aug 04, 2016

The 2nd Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta!

Local Scout troops joined their community in the Lindon Days 2nd annual Cardboard Boat Regatta. Each participant (single or group) had to create a boat solely out of cardboard and duct tape and wow did they get creative! Star Wars, Superman, and even Where the Wild Things Are themed boats competed. These Scouts put their creations […]

By John Gailey
Apr 30, 2016

Can’t I Just Wear a T-Shirt? – Yes!

One of the key methods of Scouting is the uniform, yet many youth (and some adults) chafe at wearing the Boy Scout tan shirt with all of its patches and emblems. Fortunately for them, a Scout t-shirt is often an acceptable alternative to the classic button-up that still allows the group to build unity, reminds group members […]

By Community Submission
Dec 06, 2013

A Scout Christmas Story

In spite of the fun and laughter, 13-year-old Frank Wilson was not happy. It was true he had received all the presents he wanted. And he enjoyed the traditional Christmas Eve reunions with relatives for the purpose of exchanging gifts and good wishes. But, Frank was not happy because this was his first Christmas without […]