The volunteer members of the national Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America have voted to increase the annual national membership fee for youth and adult members and the annual unit charter fee. They have also added a new member fee that is paid only once, upon joining Scouting for the first time. Both these changes start with our upcoming fall recruiting season. For existing members, the first time this change will affect you will be at recharter in December.
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The governing body of the Boy Scouts of America voted Monday to end its decades-long ban on gay scout leaders. The organization's national executive board, meeting in Texas, concluded that the policy of excluding gay adults "was no longer legally defensible. While the national ban is gone, effective immediately, local scouting units retain the ability to reject gay applicants for leadership positions if hiring them would violate the unit's religious beliefs. The Boy Scouts national organization said it would defend any local scouting group's "good faith refusal" to admit a scouting leader based upon the group's religious principles. The vote represents a remarkably fast turnaround for the Boy Scouts, which only two years ago voted to admit gay young people as scouts but kept the ban on adult gay scout leaders.
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Leadership training in the Boy Scouts of America includes training on how to administer the Scouting program, outdoor skills training for adults and youth, and leadership development courses for adults and youth. Some of these courses like Youth Protection Training are mandatory. Most of the courses are offered by the local council, while a few are hosted at the national level, currently at Philmont Training Center in New Mexico.
The new policy, aimed at easing a controversy that has embroiled the Boy Scouts for years, takes effect immediately. Initial reactions to the decision from groups on both sides suggested the issue would remain divisive. Church officials suggested they would look into the possibility of forming their own organization to replace Boy Scouts. He said the ban was likely to be the target of lawsuits that the Scouts likely would lose.