Baughan played for Georgia Tech in college, and also played professionally for the Philadelphia Eagles and Los Angles Rams; and coached for the Baltimore Colts and Baltimore Ravens.
Two Scouts will also speak at the breakfast:
Emily Peterson, vice president of Scouting Venture Crew 202: Peterson was honored by the Chesapeake Bay Trust as 2011 Student of the Year for environmental stewardship and community involvement. She is a senior at South Carroll High School, where she led the effort to create a cafeteria waste recycling program.
Hunter Goodwin, Eagle Scout from Troop 9, chartered to Emory United Methodist Church in Upperco: Goodwin was selected for the 2011 under-19 USA National Football Team and is one of 55 Scouts to achieve the rank of Eagle in Carroll County in 2010. He is a student at the Gilman School and will attend Wake Forrest University on a football scholarship.
Hall of Famer and former Baltimore Colt Lenny Moore will also be a guest at the breakfast.
The breakfast is a fundraiser for the Boy Scouts of America. The cost is free, but donations are accepted.
For more details, call 443-573-2531.
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