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  • 15th Oct 2013

Scouting in Interamerican Region.
In the main square area of the Mexico City downtown, the Scouts build the biggest World Scout Emblem with empty alluminium cans. The money collected by the sale of these cans is donated to social organizations.

Movimiento Scout en la Región Interamericana. En la plaza principal del centro histórico de la Ciudad de México, los Scouts construyen la Flor de Lis más grande del mundo con latas vacías de aluminio. El dinero obtenido de su venta es donado a otras organizaciones sociales.