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Boy Scouts Replant Orange Trees Thieves Stole from a Church

When thieves stole the orange trees from a local church, a group of Boy Scouts stepped in to help. Scouts replanted trees stolen from a church by thieves (photo: CBS Sacramento) “Our first response was, ‘How can we help?’” said Scout Orion P. The church was growing the orange trees so that it could provide an always-fresh…

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Scouts Collect Nearly 2.2 Million Items During Scouting for Food

Story contributed by Christine Rasure, Public Relations Director at the Greater St. Louis Area Council. The holidays will be a little brighter for many families in need throughout the region as the Greater St. Louis Area Council, Boy Scouts of America collected 2,195,060 items of food during the 32nd annual Scouting For Food drive. It is…

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Scouts Help Fight Hunger with Scouting for Food

Scouting for Food takes place in communities all across the United States. Scouts who participate often go into neighborhoods to collect food items that they then distribute to local food pantries and other charitable organizations that help to fight hunger. Scouts around the nation are Scouting for Food to provide for those in need. (photo:…

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