THE SUMMIT — The Boy Scouts have arrived for the 2013 Jamboree. Below are a few scenes from the gathering.
- 2013 Boy Scout Jamboree
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Organizers of Scout Jamboree planning improvements after learning from first
As the Boy Scouts pulled out of Fayette County Wednesday, Jamboree organizers are already preparing to make their next event a success by tallying lessons learned.
National Jamboree comes to a close
Tired but filled with fresh memories from an experience they’ll likely always remember, thousands of Boy Scouts are heading home after spending 10 days at their National Jamboree in southern West Virginia.
- Fun to the end
Boy Scouts donate 14,000 pounds of food
Even after the Boy Scouts have clocked over 250,000 hours of community service, they are still giving back in a big way.
12,000 visitor passes sold prior to Jamboree beginning
A total of 12,000 visitor passes were pre-sold sold online to the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, according to a staff member at the event’s gateway.
Boy Scouts’ milk jug igloo to become reading hut for kids
Scouts don’t always build igloos. But when they do, they do it with sunburns, in July, in school gymnasiums.
And the igloos are “green.”
Boy Scouts go green with recycling
Anybody who has ever fed teenagers knows how much they eat. But some parents may complain that getting teens to take out the garbage isn’t so easy.
High adventure set to wrap up
After 10 days of non-stop high adventure, Boy Scouts are reluctantly headed home, but they will be taking with them countless stories, patches and friendships from this unforgettable Scouting experience.
Boy Scouts work at John Henry Park
Approximately 120 Boy Scouts and their Scout leaders were on hand at the John Henry Historical Park in Talcott Tuesday to help with several community service projects that included expanding hiking trails and refurbishing old railroad equipment.
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