Troop 52 kicks off it's centennial year celebration at Camp Seneca in Germantown, Maryland : News Photo

Troop 52 kicks off it's centennial year celebration at Camp Seneca in Germantown, Maryland

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GERMANTOWN, MD- JUNE 23 Chris O'Neil, 16, Alex Marketos, 14, Aidan Knab, 14, Toby Robinson, 14, Christopher McTaggart, 13 help build the Monkey Bridge at Camp Seneca in Germantown, Maryland on June 23, 2012. TROOP52: The 100-year-old Boy Scout troop 52 in the Washington area is also one of the oldest in the nation. Troop 52 kicks off it's centennial year celebration at it's Camp Seneca retreat today. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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GERMANTOWN, MD- JUNE 23 Chris O'Neil, 16, Alex Marketos, 14, Aidan Knab, 14, Toby Robinson, 14, Christopher McTaggart, 13 help build the Monkey Bridge at Camp Seneca in Germantown, Maryland on June 23, 2012. TROOP52: The 100-year-old Boy Scout troop 52 in the Washington area is also one of the oldest in the nation. Troop 52 kicks off it's centennial year celebration at it's Camp Seneca retreat today. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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