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TULSA, OK -- The Boy Scouts of America will be celebrating their 100th Anniversary next January and to kick-off their centennial, they're caravanning across the country. The group made its 15th stop of the trip in Tulsa.
At every stop, the scouts deliver a specially made mural of their history to the local Boy Scout Council. They say it's been an amazing experience.
"So fun-wise, we're having a blast and the teams following us, we kind-of call ourselves the pace setters cause we're kinda breaking new ice. It's never been done before and probably won't be done again," said Frank Mallon with Boys Scouts of America.
The scouts plan to travel through every state on their year-long trip, ending at their corporate office in Texas.