At 100, Boy Scouts say they're still `essential'
By DAVID CRARY AP National Writer © 2009 The Associated Press
Dec. 19, 2009, 11:52PM
Carolyn Kaster AP
POCONO SUMMIT, Pa. — A fifth-generation Boy Scout, 11-year-old Brad Corr is steeped in all the lore and tradition: the Scout Oath and Scout Law, campcraft and community service, the daily doing of good deeds.
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