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New Scout clubhouse dedication planned

ABOVE EACH SCOUT PATROL MEETING ROOM is an animal which serves as a symbol of identification for each patrol member. The Bobcat in the recessed box is one of four taxidermied animals that will keep watch over the activities of the scouts.

Whigham Scoutmaster Travis Shepherd invites the public to attend a dedication ceremony for the new Whigham Boy Scout Clubhouse erected on the Rattlesnake Roundup grounds in Whigham.
The ceremony will take place this Friday evening at 7 p.m. at the new clubhouse. Refreshments will be served following the event.
The new 5,000 square foot facility is providing meeting space and equipment storage for Grady County’s Boy Scout troop 383.
Shepherd enlisted the support of community members, scout members and generous local donors to fulfill his dream of a world-class clubhouse for area scouts.
“We are just so thankful for all the support we got from the surrounding community,” said Shepherd on Tuesday. “This is a gathering to thank everybody who helped make this possible.”

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