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    Posted June 5, 2014 by
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    Scaly Adventures TV Show Cast and The American Eagle Foundation Salute Our Troops

     

    The cast of TV's Scaly Adventures (www.ScalyAdventures.com) took time out from filming an episode for Season Two to give a salute to the US Armed Forces!  What makes this salute so very special is that it is done while we were filming at the American Eagle Foundation and included Challenger, the world's most famous American Bald Eagle, who has flown over the World Series, Pro Bowl games and even for several Presidents Of The United States.  The salute is given by Scaly Adventures Execitive Producer and Co-host, Richard R. Curren III, himself a 16 year veteran of the United States Army and former Captain.  Featured with him in the video is wife Tanya Curren, son Pierce Curren and Laura Cecere-Sterbens of the American Eagle Foundation and daughter of the Founder, Al Cecere.

     

    Scaly Adventures is an independently produced, internationally broadcast TV show for children and young adults that features the Curren family, a real family living near Greenville, SC.  Thirteen year old Pierce Curren is the main host and is the youngest animal ambassidor in the world with an international broadcast television show reaching six continents each week. The Currens film, edit, produce and distribute the show entirely themselves with the hope of inspiring children to follow their dreams, live with passion and explore the world around them!  The genre is animals and adventure with a focus on positive messaging to young people.

     

    The characters, images and footage provided are released for use by CNN and its affiliates for their use with no restriction by Richard R. Curren III, the owner and holder of rights.

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