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Live webcast, Boy Scout Centennial Celebration – NOW

By the way, you can pick up a live webcast of the Boy Scouts of America Centennial Celebration, here.

The broadcast is already an hour old; Scouts are taking their seats, show due to start in less than an hour.

On Saturday, July 31, 2010, at 8 p.m. EST, the Scouting family — past, present and future — will be able to take part, in a special nationwide broadcast. A Shining Light Across America will bring the Centennial Celebration Show from the 100th Anniversary National Scout Jamboree in Fort AP Hill, Va. to communities across the country via Webcast and satellite transmission.

Go see.

Here’s action in Times Square, earlier today:

Times Square, BSA Centennial, July 31, 2010

Times Square, BSA Centennial, July 31, 2010 - BSA caption: "It isn’t every day that visitors to New York’s Times Square can canoe down Broadway, climb a rock wall, or practice virtual archery … but it isn’t every year that we celebrate our 100th Anniversary! Here’s a look at the excitement and adventure happening in Times Square today before the “Shining Light Across America” broadcast of the jamboree’s Centennial Celebration Show this evening."

5 Responses to Live webcast, Boy Scout Centennial Celebration – NOW

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    Nice link, Jude — thanks!


  2. Jude says:

    I thought you might like this blog post from the Smithsonian American Art Museum: http://eyelevel.si.edu/2010/08/picture-this-scouting-out-american-art.html
    (Stick it out–the photos change).


  3. Bryan says:

    Ed, FYI, this is making the rounds on the wingnut sites:


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