Who are the unpaid volunteers who spend at least two days per week plus one full week of their vacation time each summer teaching boys to be prepared? Hats off to Boy Scout leaders who give a tremendous amount of time nurturing, teaching, and leading our impressionable young men. Our grandson is at camp this week with leaders who have sacrificed much in order to head into the hills with packs and supplies on their backs heavy enough for a mule—to train and tutor a group of energetic boys. These valiant leaders slog through mud and erect tents, sleep on rocky ground, and teach survival skills while exemplifying an upbeat and cheerful attitude. They train their scouts to perform a wide variety of skills. They model virtues of character. They responsibly protect their young charges. The boys look up to their leaders and want to be like them. As a father and grandfather of scouts, I place my beloved ones into their capable care. It is a comfort to know that these leaders are men of virtue and goodness. I never want this to change. As one who has been a Boy Scout, served as a leader, and supported the organization financially, I know something of the sacrifice and hard work that goes into making the scouting experience a benefit to young men. I have great appreciation for these unselfish leaders who teach and model what it means to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.