Saturday is the 103rd anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America's incorporation.

The values based youth organization was founded in 1910 as a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibility of participating citizenship, and builds physical fitness.

The Boy Scouts of America over its first 100 years has had some pretty famous members.  Neil Armstrong, Gerald Ford, and Steven Spielberg are just a few who earned the Boy Scouts highest rank, Eagle Scout.