The Boy Scouts of America is changing things up after more than a century.
On Wednesday, the organization announced its program for 11- to 17-year-olds will soon be called Scouts BSA.
The program wanted a more inclusive moniker because it's expanding to welcome girls in 2019.
Boy Scouts of America is also allowing girls to join its younger-skewing Cub Scouts program, but since that name is already pretty gender-neutral, it's not changing.
The Scouts BSA name change will take effect in February.