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Patch Call: Mount Hope, West Virginia, Police Department

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Mount Hope, West Virginia, is known locally as the “Gateway to the Summit,” which references the city’s proximity to the Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve, a new high-adventure base for the Boy Scouts of America that will serve as the location for future National Scout Jamborees. The patch of the Mount Hope Police Department depicts this gateway with a fountain—an old landmark in the city, along with the Appalachian Mountains in the background.

 

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