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Study shows Scouting program beneficial for youth and adults

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Posted: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 10:00 pm

In life, it seems only natural to promote what you enjoy and what you believe in. For me, that would be Scouting.

Over the years when I have spent time with friends or met new people throughout our community, I couldn't help but profess the virtues of the Scouting program. On several occasions when I have attempted to get new parents and their Scout-age boys to consider investigating and/or possibly joining the Scouts, inevitably, I get a response that goes something like, "My son is already involved in too many activities and does not have the time."

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