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In July 2011, over 1,000 Arrowmen built 13 miles of amazing mountain biking trail near the Summit. Here’s how it all came together.

SummitCorps: Bringing It Back Home

SummitCorps: Bringing It Back Home

When SummitCorps wrapped up in West Virginia at the end of July last year, over 1,000 Arrowmen had built almost 13 miles of trail.

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With A Little Help From Their Friends

With A Little Help From Their Friends

For every jamboree held at the Summit, each attending Scout will donate approximately 6 hours of service work to areas surrounding the Summit.

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Learn How To Build A Mountain Bike Trail — The SummitCorps Way [Video]
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SummitCorps Trails Open For Business [Video]

SummitCorps Trails Open For Business [Video]

Throughout the month of July, nearly 1,500 Boy Scouts of America Order of the Arrow volunteers traveled to the New River Gorge for SummitCorps: The New River Experience.

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How To Build A Lasting Mountain Biking Trail [VIDEO]

How To Build A Lasting Mountain Biking Trail [VIDEO]

You’ve heard about SummitCorps: The New River Experience. And by now, you may have even checked out the new trails

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All You Need To Know About SummitCorps [Infographic]

All You Need To Know About SummitCorps [Infographic]

Throughout the month of July, Order of the Arrow members volunteered their time to help with SummitCorps: The New River

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SummitCorps Scouts Raise Money With Patches

SummitCorps Scouts Raise Money With Patches

Throughout the month of July, Arrowmen from around the country traveled to West Virginia for the biggest youth project in

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What Do Salamanders, Texas And The OA Have In Common?

What Do Salamanders, Texas And The OA Have In Common?

You’ve heard of the “King of the Jungle” and Lord of the Flies, but how about “Savior of the Salamanders”?

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Dulcimer Duo A Hit At SummitCorps

Dulcimer Duo A Hit At SummitCorps

Scouting isn’t just about roughing it in the wild. It’s about developing well-rounded individuals. During SummitCorps, the National Park Service

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