A new documentary titled Boy Scouts State is coming to the theaters on June 1.
It’s an intriguing and insightful look at the Boy Scout and Boy Scout Jamboree.
I’ll share a few thoughts about it in this video.
Boy Scouts State will air during the Boy, Girl Scouts of the USA Jamborese, and is directed by Mike Ladd and edited by Jeff Fosco.
You can watch the trailer below.
The Boy Scouts JambOREe, which features an interactive program, was created by the Boy and Girl Scouts to allow parents to help young people learn more about Scouting and what it means to be a Boy Scout.
It has been seen by millions of young people around the world.
The film is produced by the Jamborede, the parent organization for the Boy Scouting Jamboring.
It will premiere on the History Channel on June 6.
The full film is available for purchase.
Boy Scout State will also air on the Discovery Channel at 8 p.m. on June 10.
The new documentary focuses on the organization’s past and future.
We see a lot of the organization in its heyday.
We’re seeing the beginnings of the Boy’s Club, a place where Boy Scouts meet with other Boy Scouts to share experiences, to learn about Scouting.
The history of Scouting and the Boy is the most significant part of Scouting.
I think it’s one of the most important things that Boy Scouts can do to help the world,” said John C. Riegle, the president of the American Boy Scouts Council.
We’re hoping that it’s an opportunity for people to be reminded that Scouting is a way of life and that Scouting has a lot to offer for the youth, and that they have a right to be involved in Scouting.