The Taylor Made band brought the Summit Bechtel Reserve alive in front of a crowd of over 40,000 Scouts and Venturers Tuesday morning, igniting the inaugural 2013 National Scout Jamboree at its brand new West Virginia home.
Offering his welcome to the crowd, West Virginia governor Earl Ray Tomblin preceded the musical performance by saying, "Let me be among one of the first to welcome you to the Summit Bechtel Reserve for the very first National Scout Jamboree here in West Virginia. It is an honor for our beautiful state to host this spectacular event."
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