Boy Scouts of America ‘Century of Values’ tour continues in Coachmen RV

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The 32-foot class C, donated by Coachmen Industries, is more than halfway through on its year-long journey to visit more than 300 Boy Scout Councils in the lower 48 United States.

The Century of Values tour is highlighting “Scouting’s role in helping to create and maintain traditional American values while thanking local councils for their professional service to the youth of their communities.”

The 45,000-mile tour ends on Feb. 8, 2010, at the National Scouting Museum in Irving, Texas.

This week the BSA rig is in Iowa, then it is onto Missouri.

Photo source: Nick Russell, Nick’s Blog.

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