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Boy scouts help students learn how plants grow

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Michael Tabarook, Cub Master of "Pack 64" Michael Tabarook, Cub Master of "Pack 64"
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Some Albany boy scouts spent their Saturday planting flowers and vegetables.  

It's all part of National Service Day. About 20 boy scouts in "Pack 64" planted flower and vegetable gardens at Morningside Elementary School today. The gardens will be used by first and second graders to learn more about how plants grow.  

"What a scout is, is a scout is helpful, courteous and kind. So I wanted to give the boys an opportunity to learn a little bit more about what it means to be helpful and serve their community," said Michael Tabarrok.  

You can learn more about "Pack 64" by clicking here.

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