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Members of Boy Scout Troop B424 of Plymouth, Mass., Tim Pierce, from left, Nick Flanagan, David O’Donoghue and T.J. Noonan, were among those participating in a community service day Thursday in Thurmond. The Reaching The Summit Community Service Initiative is a combined effort of the Boy Scouts of America and the Citizens Conservation Corps of West Virginia during the 2013 National Boy Scout Jamboree.

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