Families enjoy Scouts’ ‘fun in the park
KIRKLAND – On Saturday, May 11, Kirkland Cub Scout Pack 82 hosted a Family Fun in the Park event geared toward the entire family, not just Cub Scouts. Kids could try a climbing wall, race cars down a Pinewood Derby track, launch water rockets and check out a fire truck. Other fun activities included a beanbag toss and face painting.
Adults could check out the vendor booths at the Kirkland Open Air Market. Hot dogs and pulled pork sandwiches were also available for purchase.
“We are always looking for ways to recruit boys into Cub Scouts,” said Steve Sarver, Pack 82 Cubmaster. “Kids at this age do not just want to hear about something, they want to see it and experience it for themselves. With that in mind, we felt that having an event where kids can do fun things and get a taste of what Scouting is about would really be a lot of fun. To be able to have these activities available free of charge was an added bonus.”
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