Pack 45 Wolves and Bears were recently awarded their World Conservation badges. The Scouts collected recyclables and picked up litter along the highway along with other projects in order to earn the badge. The World Conservation badge provides an opportunity for Scouts to "think globally" and "act locally" to preserve and improve the environment. Pictured are, front row from left to right, Andy Lynn, Morgan Cabrera, Landen McClain, Regan McClain, Ty Kendrick and Josh Boatwright. Second  row, from left to right, Austin Cabrera, Javon Carter, Dawson Norris, Jordan Johnson, Jacob Pryor and Ethan Smith. Third row, from left to right, Scout leaders  Greg Kendrick and Mike Earnest. (Submitted Photo)
Pack 45 Wolves and Bears were recently awarded their World Conservation badges. The Scouts collected recyclables and picked up litter along the highway along with other projects in order to earn the badge. The World Conservation badge provides an opportunity for Scouts to "think globally" and "act locally" to preserve and improve the environment. Pictured are, front row from left to right, Andy Lynn, Morgan Cabrera, Landen McClain, Regan McClain, Ty Kendrick and Josh Boatwright. Second row, from left to right, Austin Cabrera, Javon Carter, Dawson Norris, Jordan Johnson, Jacob Pryor and Ethan Smith. Third row, from left to right, Scout leaders Greg Kendrick and Mike Earnest. (Submitted Photo)

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Scouts earn conservation badges

Published 9:45am Monday, February 18, 2013

Pack 45 Wolves and Bears were recently awarded their World Conservation badges. The Scouts collected recyclables and picked up litter along the highway along with other projects in order to earn the badge. The World Conservation badge provides an opportunity for Scouts to “think globally” and “act locally” to preserve and improve the environment.

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