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100 YEARS, 100 TIPS IN THE MARCH ISSUE: To celebrate its 100th birthday, Boys’ Life gives your guys 100 great tips from the magazine’s first century. Young readers will learn how to: cure hiccups, avoid driving distractions, repair a leaky faucet, kick a soccer ball straight, and much more.


REALLY BIG FISH IN THE APRIL ISSUE: For Eagle Scout Erik Bolton, catching the big one was no fish tale—he has the pictures to prove it. Erik and his Troop 300 buddies traveled to the Arctic Circle to catch pike, char, and the prized sheefish, which Erik is seen holding in the photo at right. The sheefish, a freshwater whitefish, is found only in the Arctic and Subarctic regions, so it was extra-special. “I do quite a bit of fishing,” Erik said, “but these fish were bigger than what I normally catch.”


Boys’ Life magazine helps make your Scouting program and your Scouts excel. Research shows that boys who sub- scribe to the magazine advance farther, spend more time outdoors, and stay in Scouting longer than those who don’t. There’s something for everyone in Boys’ Life. And everyone can receive the magazine every month.


Subscribe to Boys’ Life For a one-year, nonmember sub scription, send $24 (add state taxes as applicable) to Boys’ Life, Sub scrip tion Service, S302, 1325 W. Walnut Hill Ln., Irving, TX 75038.  Anyone in your pack or troop, however, can receive the magazine at home for only $12 a year (add state taxes as applicable). That’s just $1 an issue! To get this great bargain, check with your local Scout council service center.  Outside the United States, all subscribers add $21 for additional postage for each one-year (12 issues) subscription.


22 S COUT ING ¿ MARCH•AP R I L 2 0 1 1


TREVOR CLARK


JOHN R. FULTON JR.


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