Bryan on Scouting is a Blog supported by the National BSA organization, aimed to provide useful information to adult scout leaders or “Scouters”, that is written by Bryan Wendell. In his post for August 28, 2019, he shares 17 interesting,
The Scouts of Troop 1920 were among the Scouts BSA Troops for Girls that were invited to perform a flag ceremony at the U.S. Capitol in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Senate passage of the 19th amendment guaranteeing
On June 4th, 2019. The Scouts of Troop 1920 had the great honor to participate in a flag ceremony at the US capital commemorating the Senate’s passage of the 19th amendment 100 years ago, granting women the right to vote.
On May 29th, Troop 1920, only 4 months old, celebrated our first Court of Honor. The purpose of the court of honor is to recognize the achievements of the Scouts since the last court of honor (or in this case
The Scouts BSA program puts a strong emphasis on having the Scouts teach each other. The Scouts use the EDGE method: Explain, Demonstrate, Guide, and Enable; to pass on their skills and knowledge to other Scouts. As a part of
Local troop becomes one of the first in the nation to welcome girls into BSA’s most iconic program Montgomery Village, MD – February 7 –Girls in the Montgomery Village/Germantown area will be among the first in the country welcomed into the Boy
From boyscouttrail.com with minor changes. I have here a map and a compass. With these tools, I can find my way to any place I want and back again. I can find where I am, where I want to go,
Scouts BSA Troop 1920 for Girls has just had their first meeting. Their activities included learning about the Scout Oath and Law and how the Scouts BSA program works. The Scouts are very excited for this opportunity to participate in