Trivia Question: Who was the first Boy Scout to become President?

Trivia Question: Who was the first Boy Scout to become President?

He likely wasn’t the only Boy Scout writing home to his father to ask for a raise in allowance, but John F. Kennedy was the only member of Troop 2 in Bronxville, New York, to become President. “But now I am a Scout and I put away my childish things,” wrote a young John Fitzgerald Kennedy in an impassioned plea for a 30-cent raise in allowance to buy canteens and other scouting materials.

Herbert Hoover
Theodore Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
George H.W. Bush

The Answer: The correct answer is John F. Kennedy.

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