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Boy Scouts Present Annual Report to Governor

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Governor Dalrymple is presented the "Annual Boy Scouts Report to the Governor."

2013 ended with over 14 thousand kids registered in scouting.

Their main message is that scouting is very strong in North Dakota.

Scout Executive Travis Christopher says it's important to share what they're doing for kids.

He says one thing that has not changed is that parents care.

"They're trying to find a way to teach them citizenship, character building, and community service and that's one of the constants we've had and that's why we partner with the governor and we share this story with the rotary club is to talk about the 70,000 hours of community service - those things that we teach kids to do," says Travis Christopher, Scout Exec., Northern Lights Council of the Boy Scouts.

Christopher also says throughout last year they served over 20 thousand youth.

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