Eastern Washington guard Jacob Davison is an Eagle Scout

Eastern Washington guard Jacob Davison is an Eagle Scout

 

From Bryan on Scouting, written by Bryan Wendell

 

When he was being recruited to play college basketball, Jacob Davison met with an assistant coach from Eastern Washington.

Davison and Shantay Legans — who has since been elevated to head coach at EWU — discussed the usual topics: basketball, academics, leadership. Before long, Davison shared that he’s an Eagle Scout.

Tufts University Study Finds Boy Scouts of America Programs Build Positive Character

Tufts University Study Finds Boy Scouts of America Programs Build Positive Character

Significant differences measured after just three years

Current and former Scouts have always felt that Scouting has made a difference in their lives, and a 2015 study out of Tufts University found that Scouting does in fact have a measurable, positive impact in the character development of young people.

Scoop From Sam

Scoop From Sam

As we begin a new year, I wanted to take a moment to let you know about some exciting plans for Circle Ten Council in 2019. Our membership continues to grow. We achieved a tenth straight year of membership growth, with almost a 4% increase in Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Venturing and Exploring. We recruited 12, 288 new Cub Scouts, including 2,900 girls – which leads the nation!

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