Cub Scouts from Raymore Pack 124 had a great time at day camp. Over 400 area Scouts attended the event, doing everything from traditional archery to Angry Birds slingshots, boson chair zip line, solar cooking, conservation and even field orientation. The theme this year was Cubs in Space, which influenced the decor and even the design of the woodworking bird feeder project. Raymore Boy Scout Troop 124 was also present managing various stations and filling key staff positions.
Jacob's Cave is famous for reflective pools, prehistoric bones and the world's largest geode. We will tour the cave, identifying formations, evidence of ancient ice formations and earthquakes are also visible. Best of all, the caves are always nice and cool, even when temperatures outside soar. We took a tour and learned about geology then set the boys free to explore some of the messier areas of the cave.
A Scout is Clean, but never afraid to get dirty. #jacobscave
Boy Scouts from Raymore Troop 124 learned to use tools safely and constructed camping boxes to secure their equipment this summer at Camp Bartle. This work and a few follow-up tasks also earned them the woodworking merit badge. The boys cut, nailed, glued, stained and assembled their boxes. #campbox