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Boy Scouts greet soldiers

Staff Sgt. Jimmy Exner with the North Dakota National Guard's 817th Engineer Company shakes hands Saturday with Jack Bollinger, front, and Peyton Soma, center, at the All Vets Club in Jamestown. Also pictured are Gabriel Cole holding the Cub Scou...

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Staff Sgt. Jimmy Exner with the North Dakota National Guard’s 817th Engineer Company shakes hands Saturday with Jack Bollinger, front, and Peyton Soma, center, at the All Vets Club in Jamestown.

Staff Sgt. Jimmy Exner with the North Dakota National Guard’s 817th Engineer Company shakes hands Saturday with Jack Bollinger, front, and Peyton Soma, center, at the All Vets Club in Jamestown. Also pictured are Gabriel Cole holding the Cub Scouts Pack 145 flag with Trevan Pfennig of Boy Scouts Troop 504, far left, holding the U.S. flag as they welcome North Dakota National Guard soldiers arriving for lunch. Members of veterans groups and auxiliaries also welcomed soldiers as Boy Scouts provided cards to thank Guard members for their service.

Tom LaVenture The Sun

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