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Give Peace a Chance Messengers of Peace is a 10-year effort by the 161 National Scout Organizations of the World Organization of the Scout Movement to involve individual Scouts, as well as the national organizations from all six worldwide regions, in peace- building activities. “Never before have we intentionally


focused the attention of 30-million-plus Scouts around the world on the idea that no matter where they live, they can participate in fostering peace through community service,” says outgoing Chief Scout Executive Robert Mazzuca. For information about joining this


effort and to see videos and an interac- tive map of completed projects, go to scoutmessengers.com.


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