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Scouting’s White House won’t be demolished

The White House at Boyhaven in Middle Grove has been part of the Boy Scout camp since 1934.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
The White House at Boyhaven in Middle Grove has been part of the Boy Scout camp since 1934.
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The Twin Rivers Boy Scout Council is considering what work is needed on the historic White House building at Camp Boyhaven, but there’s no truth to rumors it will be demolished, a council official said. “They’re complete rumors,” said Drew Chesney, the council’s vice president of programs. “We’re going to be evaluating the building and seeing what we have to do.” The council staff only began preliminary discussions about the aging building’s restoration a couple ...


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