From left, Boy Scouts from Troop 258 Erik Boucher, 13,  John Schulz, 13, James Imhoff, 14, and Christian Leight, 13, stand talking and looking at toys they bought to present to the Blue Santa program Monday, Dec. 16, 2013, in Copperas Cove.  

Camping or Christmas gifts for other children - that was the decision Boy Scout Troop 258 faced. Unanimously, every scout raised his hand in favor of helping less fortunate children this holiday season.

For the second year, the scouts chose to support the Blue Santa program which provides toys for children of no- to low-income families.

Read the full story in Friday's Copperas Cove Herald.

Contact Wendy Sledd at wsledd@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7476

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