A photo of Pendleton's Boy Scout Troop 232 in a 1927 periodical published by the Pendleton Lions Club. Troop 232 is the oldest in Madison County.
- Boy Scouts: 100 Years
- Boy Scouts: Scout performs Heimlich maneuver, saves brother DALEVILLE, Ind. — David Joe “D.J.” Batthauer had always liked Cub Scouting for the Pinewood derby car races and the camping out. In early December, though, he was pretty glad Cub Scouts had taught him the life-saving Heimlich maneuver.
- Boy Scout troop opens time capsule ANDERSON, Ind. — More than 30 years ago, Madison County’s oldest Boy Scout troop decided to leave its future troop members presents from their time with the intention it would be opened in 2020.
Boy Scouts: Timeline
This month, the Boy Scouts of America celebrates its 100th anniversary. Here’s a quick timeline of historic dates.
August 1907: Lord Robert Baden-Powell forms a Scout troop in England.
Feb. 8, 1910: Boy Scouts of America is incorporated by American businessman William D. Boyce.