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==January==
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'''April 7th''' – World Health Day
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* '''JANUARY''' -
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'''2nd'''
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'''April 12, 1923''' – [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kandersteg_International_Scout_Centre Kandersteg International Scout Centre] came into existence.
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* '''[[1911]]''' – The National Council office is established at 200 Fifth Avenue in [[New York City]].
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'''4th'''
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'''April 18, 1775''' – The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere
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* '''[[1912]]''' – [[The Scout Association]] is formed throughout the British Commonwealth.
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'''7th'''
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'''April 19, 1775''' – Battles of Lexington and Concord
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* '''[[1999]]''' – 19th World Scout Jamboree ends at Picarquin Hacienda, Rancagua City, Chile (began Dec. 27, 1998).
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* '''[[2003]]''' – 20th World Scout Jamboree ends in Sattahip, Chonburi Province Thailand (began Dec. 28, 2002).
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'''8th'''
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'''April 21st''' – Patriots' Day
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* '''[[1941]]''' – [[Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell|Robert Baden-Powell]], the founder of [[Scouting]], dies in [[Nyeri, Kenya]].
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'''11th'''
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'''April 22nd''' – Earth Day
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* '''[[1910]]''' – First Girl Guide Company in [[Canada]] registered, organized by [[Mary Malcolmson]].
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'''17th'''
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'''April 25th''' – Arbor Day
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* '''[[1927]]''' – [[Juliette Gordon Low]], the founder of [[Girl Scouts of the USA]], dies in [[Savannah, Georgia]].
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'''24th'''
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* '''[[1908]]''' - [[Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell|Robert Baden-Powell]] begins the [[Scouting|Boy Scout]] movement.
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==February==
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'''Scout Sunday'''
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* '''[[Year|annual]]''' – This is often the first Sunday of the month, but could be any Sunday in February; it varies by unit and locale. Scouts go to their places of worship in uniform and help with the service. Commonly referred to as "Scout Sunday".
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'''8th'''
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* '''[[1910]]''' – The [[Boy Scouts of America]] is formed in Washington, DC.
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'''22nd'''
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* '''[[1857]]''' – Birthday of [[Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell|Robert Baden-Powell]], "BP", the founder of [[Scouting]]. February is Scouting's anniversary month, all over the world.
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* '''[[1889]]''' – Birthday of [[Olave Baden-Powell]], wife of "BP", World Chief Guide; BP and Olave shared a birthday!
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'''28th'''
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* '''[[2008]]''' – First [[World Scout Winter Games]]
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==March==
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'''12th'''
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* '''[[1912]]''' – The [[Girl Scouts of the USA]] is founded by [[Juliette Gordon Low]] in [[Savannah, Georgia]].
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'''17th'''
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* '''[[1910]]''' – Founding of the Camp Fire Girls, now [[Camp Fire USA]].
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==April==
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* '''APRIL''' -
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'''12th'''
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* '''[[1923]]''' – [[Kandersteg International Scout Centre]] came into existence.
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==May==
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'''26th'''
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* '''[[1940]]''' – The [[Girl Scouts of the Philippines]] is founded.
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==June==
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'''2nd'''
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* '''[[1922]]''' – [[Foxlease]] is opened.
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'''15th'''
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* '''[[1916]]''' – U.S. President [[Woodrow Wilson]] signs a bill incorporating the [[Boy Scouts of America]], making them the only American youth organization with a federal charter.
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'''19th'''
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* [[1977]] – Death of [[Olave Baden-Powell]]
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'''30th'''
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*'''[[1937]]''' – First National Jamboree, held at Washington, DC. Ran June 30-July 9. Was to have been in 1935, but was cancelled due to a polio epidemic.
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*'''[[1950]]''' – Second National Jamboree, held at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, begins. Ran June 30-July 6.
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==July==
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'''4th'''
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* '''[[1911]]''' – The [[Boy Scouts of America]] receives the design patent for the First Class badge that symbolizes Scouting in the USA.
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'''6th'''
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*'''[[1950]]''' – Second National Jamboree ends. (began June 30th)
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'''7th'''
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*'''[[2007]]''' – Second [[WFIS]] World [[Jamboree (Scouting)|Jamboree]] opens near [[Medellín]], [[Colombia]].
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'''9th'''
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*'''[[1937]]''' – First National Jamboree ends. (began June 30th)
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'''25th'''
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*'''[[2005]]''' –[[ 2005 National Scout Jamboree| Sixteenth National Jamboree]] starts.
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'''27th'''
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* '''[[2007]]''' – [[21st World Scout Jamboree]] begins in [[Hylands Park]], [[England]]. (ends Aug 8th)
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'''29th'''
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* '''[[1907]]''' – Sir [[Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell|Robert Baden-Powell]] founds the [[Scouting|Boy Scouts]] with the first Scout camp at [[Brownsea Island]]. The encampment ran August 1-9, 1907.
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'''30th'''
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* '''[[1920]]''' – First World Scout Jamboree begins in Olympia, London, England (ended Aug 7th).
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'''31st'''
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* '''[[1932]]''' – Opening of [[Our Chalet]]
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==August==
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* '''[[1907]]''' – [[Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell|Robert Baden-Powell]] holds the first Scouting encampment at [[Brownsea Island]]. He began setting camp up on July 29, 1907.
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* '''[[1971]]''' – [[13th World Scout Jamboree]] begins, in Fujinomiya City on Asagiri-kogen, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, with breathtaking views of [[Mount Fuji]].
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* '''[[1995]]''' – 18th World Scout Jamboree [[Dronten]], [[Flevoland]], [[Netherlands]].
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'''3rd'''
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*'''[[2005]]''' –[[ 2005 National Scout Jamboree| Sixteenth National Jamboree]] ends.
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* '''[[1900]]''' – [[William Hillcourt|William "Green Bar Bill" Hillcourt]], the ''father of American Scouting'', is born in Denmark.
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'''7th'''
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* '''[[1920]]''' – 1st World Scout Jamboree ends (began Jul 30th).
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* '''[[2007]]''' – [[21st World Scout Jamboree]] ends in [[Hylands Park]], England]]. (began Jul 27th)
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* '''[[1955]]''' – 8th World Scout Jamboree begins in [[Niagara-on-the-Lake]], [[Ontario]], [[Canada]]. This was the first major international gathering of Scouts outside of Europe and the first World Jamboree broadcast on television. Olave Baden-Powell visited.
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'''21st'''
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* '''[[1912]]''' – [[Arthur Rose Eldred]] becomes the first [[Eagle Scout rank (Boy Scouts of America)|Eagle Scout]] in the history of [[Boy Scouts of America|BSA]].
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==September==
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* '''[[1919]]''' – The first [[Wood Badge]] course is held at [[Gilwell Park]], [[England]].
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==October==
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'''31st'''
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* '''[[1860]]''' – [[Juliette Low]], American founder of the Girl Scouts, is born.
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* '''[[1936]]''' – The [[Boy Scouts of the Philippines]] is founded.
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==November==
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'''9th'''
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* '''[[1992]]''' – [[William Hillcourt|William "Green Bar Bill" Hillcourt]], the ''father of American Scouting'', dies in America.
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'''30th'''
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* '''[[1941]]''' – Formation of the clandestine Girl Scouts group called [[Mury]] in the [[Ravensbrück concentration camp]]
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==December==
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'''27th'''
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* '''[[1998]]''' – 19th World Scout Jamboree begins at Picarquin Hacienda, Rancagua City, Chile (ends Jan. 7, 1999).
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'''28th'''
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* '''[[2002]]''' – 20th World Scout Jamboree begins in Sattahip, Chonburi Province, Thailand (ends Jan. 7, 2003).
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==References==
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[http://www.scouting.org/media/anniversary/history.html Boy Scouts of America Historical Highlights]
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April 7th – World Health Day

April 12, 1923Kandersteg International Scout Centre came into existence.

April 18, 1775 – The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

April 19, 1775 – Battles of Lexington and Concord

April 21st – Patriots' Day

April 22nd – Earth Day

April 25th – Arbor Day

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