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APSU hosts Boy Scout University with 1,000 scouts attending

APSU recently hosted more than 1,000 Boy Scouts and their adult leaders for the Cogioba District Merit Badge University.

According to Dr. Tony Golden, former APSU professor of psychology, this is the largest and best-attended event of its kind ever held in this district, which includes Clarksville, Montgomery and Stewart counties and Fort Campbell, Ky.

The day began with the presentation of unit colors and a welcome by APSU President Sherry Hoppe. Throughout the day, Boy Scouts took classes in myriad topics from dog care and aviation to world citizenship.
–Dennie Burke
APSU recently hosted more than 1,000 Boy Scouts and their adult leaders for the Cogioba District Merit Badge University.

According to Dr. Tony Golden, former APSU professor of psychology, this is the largest and best-attended event of its kind ever held in this district, which includes Clarksville, Montgomery and Stewart counties and Fort Campbell, Ky.

The day began with the presentation of unit colors and a welcome by APSU President Sherry Hoppe. Throughout the day, Boy Scouts took classes in myriad topics from dog care and aviation to world citizenship.
—Dennie Burke