"The only problem with the Boy Scouts
is there aren't enough of them."
—Will Rogers
 

How Scouting Came to America

Since 1910, the Scouting movement has been dedicated to service.

Guided by the ideals of the Scout Oath and Law, Scouts have come to the aid of their neighbors and communities in ways both large and small. Whether it's planting victory gardens, promoting literacy or donor awareness, or coming to the aid of disasters victims, the Boy Scouts of America built a tradition of service that helped shape the nation.

On this 95th anniversary of the founding of the Boy Scouts of America, we salute the history of Scouting, and 95 years of Good Turns for America.

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