Former WVU wide receiver Tommy Bowden talks about leadership at Boy Scouts dinner

By MADELINE SCARBOROUGH

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel

Tommy Bowden speaks during Thursday evening’s Boy Scouts of America Buckskin Council-Kootaga District Leadership Dinner at Grand Pointe Conference and Reception Center.
(News and Sentinel photo by Madeline Scarborough)

VIENNA, W.Va. — “On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country,” the Scout oath.

The Boy Scouts program has been changing both nationally and locally, but its roots remain the same.

The nation has seen the acceptance of girls into Boy Scouts, while locally instead of councils, the Scouts have banded into districts.

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