Boy Scouting is a unique program that lets boys be boys, then teaches boys to be men. They learn many of the skills they will need to succeed in life.
Ten lessons Boy Scouts learn are:
- outdoor skills
- following instructions
- utilizing resources
If these look familiar, they should. Robert Baden-Powell structured the Boy Scouts with these lessons in mind. He wanted young men to grow into accomplished, productive citizens, always giving back from what they learned.
2007 is the 100th anniversary of Scouting, and I for one, am proud to support such a worthy group.