In an era when parents are desperate to find safe and nurturing activities for their kids, organizations like the Boy Scouts of America are really thriving. With wholesome activities such as hiking and camping, and an emphasis on honesty and community service, scouting provides an excellent model for a healthy childhood. This quintessentially American fraternity, however, wasn't actually developed in the U.S. Take this quiz to learn more about the Boy Scouts.
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When was the Boy Scouts of America organization established?
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Who established the Boy Scouts of America?
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What is the motto of the Boy Scouts?
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What is the name of the youngest Boy Scout group?
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How old do you have to be join the Tiger Cubs?
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From second through fifth grade, what do the Boy Scouts offer?
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At what age does a boy qualify for Boy Scouts?
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Until what age can someone participate in the Boy Scouts?
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What percentage of Boy Scouts are former Cub Scouts?
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What distinguishes the Varsity Scouts from the Boy Scouts?
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Until what age can someone participate in the Venture Scouts?
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What is the purpose of the buddy system?
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Approximately how many people have participated in the Boy Scouts?
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How many different types of merit badges do the Boy Scouts have?
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To earn a merit badge a scout must first speak with whom?
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What is the Order of the Arrow?
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How many Boy Scouts have received the Order of the Arrow?
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What are the Boy Scouts' total revenues?
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Which three groups are traditionally denied membership in the Boy Scouts of America?
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