Key Peninsula Boy Scout Troop 220 Honor Guards present the colors at the Troop's Eagle Court of Honor at the KP Civic Center Sunday, September 14.
Key Peninsula Boy Scout Troop 220 Honor Guards present the colors at the Troop's Eagle Court of Honor at the KP Civic Center Sunday, September 14. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway
Key Peninsula Boy Scout Troop 220 Honor Guards present the colors at the Troop's Eagle Court of Honor at the KP Civic Center Sunday, September 14. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway

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