Scouts keep sharpening skills in isolation

Caleb Buford (top left), of Paducah, teaches a group of Boy Scouts from around Kentucky and the United States photography for a virtual merit badge course through Zoom. The Boy Scouts of America are sticking with their motto and being prepared to face the COVID-19 situation and are keeping members connected during this period of isolation by offering nearly 90 merit badges in a remote fashion and having troops meet virtually.

Scouts keep sharpening skills in isolation

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