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WESTMINSTER -- Former professional football player and Eagle Scout Maxie Baughan will be the keynote speaker at the Carroll County Friends of Scouting breakfast on Thursday, March 31, at the Best Western Conference Center, in Westminster.

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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