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Boy Scouts Find New Home Amid Mountains - NPR Article

posted Sep 9, 2011, 9:02 AM by Samuel Harley
The Boy Scouts of America are transforming 10,000 acres of mountainous land into a year-round high-adventure camp in West Virginia.
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The Boy Scouts of America are transforming 10,000 acres of mountainous land into a year-round high-adventure camp in West Virginia.


September 8, 2011

In West Virginia, an Appalachian mountain is being transformed into a vast Boy Scout camp. It's more than 10,000 acres and will cost the Boy Scouts of America more than $400 million to be turned into The Summit Bechtel Reserve, also known simply as the Summit.

Read (or listen to) the article at  http://www.npr.org/2011/09/08/140250789/boy-scouts-find-new-home-amid-mountains

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