Troop 60 attended the 8th Annual NSU Department of English, Foreign Languages, and Cultural Studies’ “Fall Read,” held at the Henchey Gallery in Magale Hall. The Gallery was decorated with Dia de los Muertos ancestor alters made by students in Spanish classes and literary dioramas made by students in English classes, and the Criminal Justice Club forensics students created a crime scene for visitors to explore. Scouts and other attendees heard literature in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic: a celebration of the multicultural diversity of our great nation.
Scouts also learned to fold cranes as part of the 1000 Prayers for Peace and lifted the folded prayers in a bonfire.
A gentle reminder: due to the horse’s busy calendar, we will be rescheduling the Horsemanship outing for another weekend. Our schedule will be updated and parents notified when we have a new date.