Scouts not just a boys’ club anymore

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Now Scouts BSA, females finally accepted and interest growing in Shelby all girls troop

 Friday was a monumental date for the Boy Scouts of America as the more than a century old organization rebranded to Scouts BSA and started welcoming 11-18 year old girls.

The younger organization, Cub Scouts, began accepting females to the program last year and has since welcomed more than 77,000 girls and their families.

Jason Pierce, scout executive of the Lincoln Heritage Council in Louisville, which serves Scout troops throughout the region, said the girls would have their own troops.

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