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Quiz Time! These articles give the surprising answers to common questions:
General: When are you in Uniform? Is the uniform ever required?
Cub Scouts: What is a Denner? Why is he so important?
Boy Scouts: When is a Scout Active? What is Scout Spirit?
Varsity Scouts: What is the Denali Award? Can Varsity Scouts earn merit badges?
Venturing: What is the TRUST Award? Can Venturers earn merit badges?
Merit Badges: Who signs a Blue Card? (Have you seen the online version?)
Belt Loops: Who can earn Belt Loops? Can you earn them more than once?

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William "Green Bar Bill" Hillcourt (1900–1992), left, and his mentor Lord Robert Baden-Powell (1857-1941); the two men with the largest impact on the founding and development of the Boy Scouts of America. This photo was taken outside of the Hillcourt cottage at Schiff Scout Reservation, Mendham, New Jersey, on July 15, 1935.
Scouting news
  • Nov 2015: New NYLT patch, Trained patch available to youth now as well as adults

November dates
November 9, 1992William "Green Bar Bill" Hillcourt, the father of American Scouting, dies in America.

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