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JAMBO READY Heading to the jamboree this July? Help your Scouts be prepared—for weather, adventure, and heart-pounding fun—with the Gear Guy's packing list featured in April's issue. The reliable, savvy Gear Guy details how Scouts can pack for the Summit without breaking the bank.


YO, YOSEMITE Scouts of Troop 588 from Columbus, Ind., trade the everyday anxieties of schoolwork for an adventure in the Yosemite backcountry. Your Scouts will be lacing up their boots after reading this story in the March issue, which includes tips for bearproofing campsites.


AN ALLURING HOBBY Are your Scouts not quite hooked on the sport of fishing? The April issue aims to get them out of their comfort zones and seeking their first big catch. This beginner's guide to fishing will arm your Scouts—young or old— with all they need to know about the rewarding hobby.


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 subscription, send $24 (add state taxes as applicable) to Boys’ Life, Subscription Service, S302, 1325 W. Walnut Hill Lane, Irving, TX 75038, or online at boyslife.org.  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.


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