Niagara Gazette


October 13, 2013

Scouting out opportunities to serve the community

Two scouts have projects serving Niagara region


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“I like to tell parents, we turn the scouts into people who want to talk to,” Swagler said. 

“The goal isn’t to do the most glamorous  project,” Swagler said. “They’re meant to teach the (scout) how to plan a project and to leave a legacy.”



·Boy Scouts of America Greater Niagara Frontier Council, 2860 Genesee Street, 891-4073 or visit online

·Girl Scouts of WNY, Lockport SVC Center, 5000 Cambria Road, Lockport, call 434-6212 or visit online at


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