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Boy Scouting: Boys Ages 12 to 18

Boy Scouting is the program for boys in the fifth through twelfth grades. It is especially designed to provide boys with adventure, fun events, rewarding learning opportunities, and group activities through which they can develop character, citizenship, leadership, and personal fitness.

Boy Scouts belong to a group called "Troop" and learn to work together as a team, following their youth and adult leaders.  Every Scout has the opportunity to participate in both shared and total leadership situations.  And as Scouts plan their activities and progress toward their individual group goals, they experience personal growth.


In Boy Scouting, Boys Will:

Learn some of life's most valuable lessons while having fun.

Discover new individual interests and skills, and set and achieve their own goals.

Experience nature, outdoor adventure and activities that stir their imagination and interest.

Participate in community service projects to develop citizenship.

Form lasting friendships with other boys their own age, in a fun, safe environment.

Find positive adult role models from which they learn solid values.

Develop character, and physical, mental and emotional fitness.

Learn and practice leadership.

Develop a sense of achievement, self-confidence, and respect for others.


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