Eagle Scout with autism exemplifies group's efforts at inclusion

04/13/2010 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Minnesota resident Joe Keely, who has autism, spent countless hours working to become an Eagle Scout, the top honor of the Boy Scouts of America. Keely exemplifies the national group's efforts to include people with disabilities, which include special-needs troops as well as training for all Scout leaders.

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