The Boy Scouts of America Turns 100

A century after its inception, the Boy Scouts of America, one of the largest youth organizations, maintains its relevance despite the challenge of membership decline
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The Boys Scouts of America (BSA) was founded on Feb. 8, 1910, by newspaperman and entrepreneur W.D. Boyce. The group has become one of the largest youth organizations in the nation, with over 2 million members.

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