Sunday, August 23, 2009

Scout Museum to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of Scouting

The Ottawa Scouting Museum, in Ottawa, Illinois, the home of Founder W. D. Boyce is preparing for a huge celebration to take place in Ottawa June 10-13, 2010. For details visit or send an email to Mollie Perrot, the museum's Executive Director at Mollie writes:

"We will be doing a variety of activities suitable for everyone. This event is open to anyone who wants to attend, so scouters can bring their families. We will be having an old fashioned soap box derby (wood construction, etc.), a Kid Kars Derby (like a Pinewood Derby), climbing wall, rapeling tower, zip line, Merit Badge Midway, trading cards, crafts, games, etc. "

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