Here, James Benge, left, is awarded the Eagle Feather by Denny Bryant. The Eagle Feather is given to new Eagle Scouts who also are members of the Order of the Arrow. (AMY HUND / TEENS IN THE NEWSROOM)
Here, James Benge, left, is awarded the Eagle Feather by Denny Bryant. The Eagle Feather is given to new Eagle Scouts who also are members of the Order of the Arrow. (AMY HUND / TEENS IN THE NEWSROOM)
Here, James Benge, left, is awarded the Eagle Feather by Denny Bryant. The Eagle Feather is given to new Eagle Scouts who also are members of the Order of the Arrow. (AMY HUND / TEENS IN THE NEWSROOM)

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March 05, 2008 03:02 PM

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