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Although the boys did all the


work, Edwards says, “Boys’ Life was the catalyst. It showed the Scouts and their parents how you can do much more than just camp at the same place three times a year.” Which might explain why Adam Sonzogni, whose sons love the magazine, continues to read it, too. “Thirty years later, it still evokes wanderlust and adventure,” he says. ¿


Dallas-based freelance writer MARY JACOBS is a frequent contributor to Scouting magazine.


Getting the Magazine To subscribe, see “Boys’ Life Preview” on Page 20.


If not all of the boys in your troop or pack receive Boys’ Life, speak to your unit leader. And consider adding the subscription automatically as part of the Unit Budget Plan (BSA publication No. 524-426).


Boys’ Life receives few complaints about delivery of the magazine, but if a boy in your unit isn’t receiving his copy, your council service center can tell you if he’s on the subscriber list. If you still have problems or questions, call 866-584-6589.


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