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Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily NewsCub Scouts from Page School's Troop 519 educated shoppers at Walmart about the potential for dangers of bear and human interaction. The scouts worked with park ranger Scott Teodorski to hand out educational information about Cumberland Gap National Historical Park's newest campaign entitled Be Educated and Responsible Stewards (BEARS).From left: Jackson Walters, Robert Stamper, Johnathan Rutherford, Logan Boger, John Saylor and Scott Teodorski.
Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily NewsCub Scouts from Page School's Troop 519 educated shoppers at Walmart about the potential for dangers of bear and human interaction. The scouts worked with park ranger Scott Teodorski to hand out educational information about Cumberland Gap National Historical Park's newest campaign entitled Be Educated and Responsible Stewards (BEARS).From left: Jackson Walters, Robert Stamper, Johnathan Rutherford, Logan Boger, John Saylor and Scott Teodorski.
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Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily News


Cub Scouts from Page School’s Troop 519 educated shoppers at Walmart about the potential for dangers of bear and human interaction. The scouts worked with park ranger Scott Teodorski to hand out educational information about Cumberland Gap National Historical Park’s newest campaign entitled Be Educated and Responsible Stewards (BEARS).


From left: Jackson Walters, Robert Stamper, Johnathan Rutherford, Logan Boger, John Saylor and Scott Teodorski.


By Kelsey Gerhardt


kgerhardt@civitasmedia.com


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