Scouting, Volume 82, Number 2, March-April 1994 Page: 3
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Volume 82, No. 2
A family magazine published by the Boy Scouts of America
NEVER GIVE UP
Inspired by the courage of an adult
leader, a Scout from a "troop in
transition" learns valuable lessons
in growth and leadership during a
186-mile bicycle trip.
A TREASURE OF TRASH
By turning metal, glass, and newsprint
into cash, these Colorado Scouts prove
there's truth in the old axiom, "One
man's trash is another man's treasure."
AWAY FROM DRUGS
Heavyweight celebrities like RoboCop,
McGruff the Crime Dog, and a robot
named Foobie help a New Jersey law
enforcement post draw thousands to a
hard-hitting drug-awareness day.
HAIL TO THE CHIEFS!
From Herbert Hoover to Ronald
Reagan, modern Presidential libraries
offer today's young people an exciting
way to learn about a recent chief
executive and the history of his era.
An Arizona troop's action- and fun-filled
"welcome weekend" in camp helps
Webelos Scouts get a running start into
Do these units overflow with
members because they offer a top-
flight program? Or does large size
naturally lead to quality Scouting?
About our cover:
Englishtown, N.J., artist
Bill Basso's sprightly
illustration adorns our
cover. You've seen Bill's
work often in this
magazine, and you're
likely to see much more.
For the rest of the
pushcart derby story,
please turn to page 34.
PUTTING FUN INTO
A special-projects program guarantees
a full schedule of outdoor fun for this
32 FLINTLOCKS ON
Veteran Scouters volunteer their time
and fix-up talents to help keep a New
Jersey council's camp facilities in ship-
ON YOUR MARK,
GET SET, PUSH!!!
A Cub Scout pack adds events like a
"Peanut Pick-up" to classic pushcart
racing for an activity that promotes
teamwork, pride, and fun.
36 IT SHOULDN'T HURT
TO BE A CHILD
Experts at a national symposium
sponsored by the BSA and other
youth-serving agencies address a
critical issue of our times.
38 WATCH THAT FIRST
A mother learns that youngsters aren't
the only ones who grow in Scouting.
5 News Briefs
7 Boys'Life Helper
10 The Way It Was
12 Worth Retelling
14 Front Line Stuff
18 Family Talk
58 Family Quiz
Scouting March-April 1994
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