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  1. Boy Scouts just set up before FEMA has even arrived.

    Here is the story:

    And for the record:
    Hurricane Katrina Troop 458 is still there

    Scouting remains strong in the areas hit by hurricanes in 2005. Immediately following Hurricane Katrina, and despite being directly impacted by the storm, Scouts in Troop 458 began cleaning up the community and helping senior citizens.

    “One of the best things to come out of this project was that the boys were kept busy,” a troop leader said. “They could take their minds off the losses they had experienced and focus on helping others.”
    (Source: Good Turn for America)

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