Scouting, Volume 74, Number 3, May-June 1986 Page: 3

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May-June 1986
Published by the Boy Scouts of America
Vol. 74, No. 3
4 News Briefs 10 Letters 12 Front Line Stuff
14 Worth Retelling
44 Let Boys' Life Be Your Program Assistant 50 Family Quiz
8 Report to the Nation 18 Tiger Cubs—Having Fun, Learning About the World
20 Small Miracles From the World Friendship Fund
22 Plan Ahead With Your Troop 24 Bike Hike
28 Opening Doors for Future Catholic Church Leaders
32 Our Expanded Cub Scout Program 34 Seattle's Four-Alarm Explorers
J. Warren Young, Publisher, Magazine Division
Robert F. Limacher, Associate Publisher,
Magazine Division
Walter B. Babson, Editor
Ernest Doclar, Executive Editor
Scott Daniels, Regular Features/Copy Editor
Jon Halter, Staff" Writer
Robert Peterson, Staff Writer
Suzanne Wilson, Staff Writer
Karen Rash, Editorial Assistant
Joseph Connolly, Director of Design,
Magazine Division
Beth Hardaway, Art Director
Gene Daniels, Photo Editor
James O. Boyll, Production Manager
Gene Allendorf, Advertising Production Manager
Mike Wallace, Assistant Advertising
Production Manager
George A. Best, Subscription Manager
Leigh Novog, Promotion/Research Manager
Robert L. Goldsmith, Marketing Director
Lillian Mussel, Assistant to the Marketing Director
Ronald Reagan, Honorary President
Sanford N. McDonnell, President
Ben H. Love, Chief Scout Executive
Joseph L. Anglim, National Director of Administration/
Chief Financial Officer
Magazine Advisory Committee
James B. Kobak, Chairman
Warren R. Erhardt, Bert Garmise,
I. Martin Pompadur, Robert W. Schwing
Scouring magazine (ISSN 0036-9500) is published six times a year by the Boy Scouts of America, 1325 Walnut Hill Lane, Irving, Tex. 75038-3096. Issues are: January-February,
March-April, May-lune, September, October, November-December. Because of freedom given authors, opinions may not reflect official concurrence. Copyright® 1986 by the Boy
Scouts of America. All rights thereunder reserved; anything appearing in Scouting may not be reprinted either wholly or in part without written permission. Send stamped,
self-addressed envelope with unsolicited manuscripts, photos, illustrations. Scouting will not be responsible for manuscripts, photos, and illustrations in its office or in transit.
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Cover photograph by Gene Daniels
Scouting May-June 1986

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