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Boy Scout Activities
at the Colonial District
Fall 1998 Camporee

Boy Scouts Work on Knots First-year Boy Scouts worked on a variety of advancement skills at the Colonial District Camporee, including knot tying.

An ax yard provided a safe setting for Boy Scouts to learn and practice wood-tools safety. Boy Scout Ax Yard

Cooking Merit Badge Work Master camporee chef Jan Forbes helps Boy Scouts working on the Cooking merit badge to understand principles of successful Dutch oven cooking.


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Photos on this page were taken by Mike Crane, who should be congratulated for his skill in using a borrowed camera he'd never touched before. Blame for the failure to insert a new battery in the camera, thereby leading to the shutter not fully opening on many shots (although that does add an artsy touch in a few cases), should rest with the camera's owner, Tom Baerwald. Web-apprentice Baerwald also bears primary responsibility for the fundamental HTML programming found on this page.