Cub Scout Weblos Camp Action 2007

August 20th, 2007 by Peter Schmelzer

Climbing Wall Preparation

In July, Cub Scout Pack 300 attended Navajo Camp at the Tomahawk Scout Reservation near Birchwood, Wisconsin. I went along as an adult leader and enjoyed both taking in the scenic surroundings and helping the boys have a great camping experience.

The week was truly action-packed. In the photo above, three of the Weblos are ready to attempt the climbing wall. Below, one of them slaps the cap flashing in victory!

Climbed to the Top!

Shooting sports were part of the fun, too. The boys learned safe and proper handling of bows and BB guns, then had a chance to try their aim, which, of course, they really loved.

BB gun sharpshooter

Archery Bull’s Eye builds confidence

My favorite part of the shooting sports was watching each boy’s confidence grow as we coached them in proper form and technique, as this bull’s eye photo shows.

For more photos, check out Pack 300’s website gallery.

Boys, if you would like to join us for learning, fellowship and fun, drop me a note. Parents, Cub Scout camping is great together time with your son. It is one of the few experiences I have found that help me teach core values to my son while having a ball! I strongly recommend you explore the options!

Cub Scouting is for boys in grades 1 through 5, after which they graduate into Boy Scouts. Northfield has several Cub Scout Packs and Boy Scout Troops for you to join. See www.joinscouting.com and our District site for the whole scoop.

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