Boy scout Alexander Henderson examines a new medallion for his hiking stick at Durant Nature Park in Raleigh on June 4, 2017. Henderson received the carved stick for hiking more than 100 miles with the scouts.
Boy scout Alexander Henderson examines a new medallion for his hiking stick at Durant Nature Park in Raleigh on June 4, 2017. Henderson received the carved stick for hiking more than 100 miles with the scouts. Liz Condo newsobserver.com
Boy scout Alexander Henderson examines a new medallion for his hiking stick at Durant Nature Park in Raleigh on June 4, 2017. Henderson received the carved stick for hiking more than 100 miles with the scouts. Liz Condo newsobserver.com

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