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Troop 2810 holds Webelos campout

Boy Scout Troop 2810, chartered out of Salem Lutheran Church of Sycamore, held its annual Webelos campout in the late fall. This was an opportunity for Cub Scouts at the Webelos level to attend a campout with their parents and find out more about Boy Scouts. Twenty-nine youth and adults joined Troop 2810 for two days and one night. On Saturday, the youth moved between four stations – first aid, nature and hike readiness, fire building and cooking skills – plus learned more about the transition between Webelos and Boy Scouts. They also participated in a flag retirement ceremony, helped cook their dinner in foil packs and enjoyed a campfire program. On Sunday, they helped clear brush at Russell Woods as a conservation project to help earn their Cub Scout World Conservation Award.
Boy Scout Troop 2810, chartered out of Salem Lutheran Church of Sycamore, held its annual Webelos campout in the late fall. This was an opportunity for Cub Scouts at the Webelos level to attend a campout with their parents and find out more about Boy Scouts. Twenty-nine youth and adults joined Troop 2810 for two days and one night. On Saturday, the youth moved between four stations – first aid, nature and hike readiness, fire building and cooking skills – plus learned more about the transition between Webelos and Boy Scouts. They also participated in a flag retirement ceremony, helped cook their dinner in foil packs and enjoyed a campfire program. On Sunday, they helped clear brush at Russell Woods as a conservation project to help earn their Cub Scout World Conservation Award.

Boy Scout Troop 2810, chartered out of Salem Lutheran Church of Sycamore, held its annual Webelos campout in the late fall. This was an opportunity for Cub Scouts at the Webelos level to attend a campout with their parents and find out more about Boy Scouts. Twenty-nine youth and adults joined Troop 2810 for two days and one night. On Saturday, the youth moved between four stations – first aid, nature and hike readiness, fire building and cooking skills – plus learned more about the transition between Webelos and Boy Scouts. They also participated in a flag retirement ceremony, helped cook their dinner in foil packs and enjoyed a campfire program. On Sunday, they helped clear brush at Russell Woods as a conservation project to help earn their Cub Scout World Conservation Award.

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