Boy Scouts

10 reasons to head to BerryFest in Roseville

This year's BerryFest is all about the kids, but that doesn't mean grown-ups won't also have fun - after all, there will be strawberry beer available by Lost Coast Brewery. Be sur ...

Kids create ceramic tiles for Roseville’s Sculpture Park

Kayla Grbac burrowed down over her mosaic, carefully gluing pieces of ceramic tile onto a board to create the scene of a flower and bright yellow sun. The fifth-grader at Cornerst ...

Christmas tree disposal options in Roseville and Granite Bay

It’s getting to be that time to take down the Christmas decorations and recycle the tree, turning it into compost or wood chips. Here are some ways to dispose of your tree: • ...

Granite Bay's Troop 121 celebrates 200th Eagle Scout

Eagle Scouts new and old attended a very special Court of Honor on Dec. 17 to celebrate Troop 121’s 200th member to reach Boy Scouting’s highest rank. All 213 Eagle Scouts and ...

Rosary garden a path for prayer

The idea came to him during a youth retreat. Boy Scout Kevin Carlson would construct a stepping stone path outside a church as a quiet, contemplative place where visitors can paus ...

Five Questions: Eagle Scout project gives facelift to ‘veteran’ landmark

You may have noticed something different at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Roseville near Royer Park. Trevor Fischer, a life rank Boy Scout with Troop 11, was behind the change. His ...

Stolen plaques to be replaced at Roseville’s Sculpture Park

On a recent afternoon in Roseville’s Sculpture Park, an art administrator rushed up to a young woman and child reading an informational kiosk. The kiosk provides details on ...

Five Questions: Scoutmaster prepares youth for future

Granite Bay’s Troop 121 has produced more than 200 Eagle Scouts as of this year. Each of these accomplished young men selected a project within the community and dedicated ...