Scout's dream comes true

May 1996
Boys' Life;May96, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p7
Highlights boy scout Branden Wagner's meeting of basketball superstar Michael Jordan. Winning of an all-expense paid trip to Chicago, Illinois, sponsored by the Michael Jordan Foundation Education Club; Motivation of elementary students to achieve goals in academics.


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