Nine Scouts went to a chilly but dry (yay!) Camp Turkey this year. Scouts worked on merit badges including First Aid, Wilderness Survival, Citizenship in the Nation and World, Crime Prevention, Fingerprinting, Emergency Preparedness, Metalworking, Woodworking, Robotics, Rifle Shooting, Electricity, Electronics, Public Speaking, Farm Mechanics, and Chess, and our newest Scout attended Trail to First Class. Whew! Two of our leaders taught courses, too: Public Speaking and Crime Prevention/Fingerprinting. Luckily, it didn’t rain this year, and even though it got cold (down to 34*), it didn’t get below freezing so no Frost Points this time.
Scouts did a great job with leadership and teamwork, too, helping each other with the Duty Roster chores and getting their business done.
Many more pictures will be shared at our Court of Honor, which has been moved to DECEMBER 7th so that the many Scouts in orchestra won’t miss it. Amanda is our organizer, so please see her next week about planning your family’s contribution to the CoH celebrations.