Tag Archives: Scout Law

By Utah National Parks Council
Oct 29, 2013

Pitfalls of Social Media, Compassion and President Gordon B. Hinckley

Social media spreads content faster than any medium we have ever seen. Instantaneous information is spread with the click of a button. It is amazing and reconnects people from all over the world. It can be a powerful tool and also a deadly weapon. Many spread their lies in order to spread contention. Anyone with […]

By Liz Merrell
Jul 29, 2013

Scouting’s Journey- Making a Mom’s Necklace for the Parents’ Pins

Boy Scout moms watch their sons develop confidence, learn teamwork, face fear, and provide service. It is amazing to watch boys evolve into men. Scouts accumulate memories and skills that will stay with them forever. The twelve points of the Scout Law place boys on a path better prepared for whatever their future brings. Most […]

By Ken Krogue
May 17, 2013

Eagle Scouts and The Scout Oath Still Mean Something

The year was 1982. I was in my junior year in high school and applying for scholarships and appointments to the Air Force and the United States Naval Academy. I was amazed that both Academies asked if I was an Eagle Scout. The profiles both showed an inordinate amount of Eagle Scouts in their alumni […]