Some times its February and the Scouts are spending WAY too much time inside so it’s time to take them somewhere to bounce out their energy.
Klondike Derby 2020 was…. wet. Very, very wet.
The Scouts braved about 10000 inches of rain to pull their sleds all over Pine Hill Scout Reservation, putting their skills to the test as they competed against patrols from all over Camden County.
The Scouts built fires, built shelters, did first aid, took park in teamwork challenges, and more.
In the end, everyone learned a lot and didn’t float away.
Falcon Patrol also took 2nd Place, good job guys!
Well, another year in the Scouting book as we turn 55 years old! Thanks to everyone for a great year!
Our Court of Honor recognized each Scout for their achievements, as well as what Troop 48 has done this year.
After recognizing the Scouts, our annual awards were given out. Well to done Logan for being awarded our Memorial Award this year.
We then finished out with taking a look back at some memories from this year.
Thanks everyone for a great year!
Patrol Leader Council made the big decision tonight… this summer we’re heading to Vermont! They still have to plan the details, but looking to do a high ropes/zipline course, hike in the Green Mountains, go canoeing, explore Burlington (including visiting Ben & Jerrys Factory), visit Ausible Chasm, and moo at cows.
Lake Champlain, here we come! This trip is NOT to be missed.
Each Memorial Day, we place flags on the graves of over 1000 veterans in Berlin Cemetery. We then have a flag retirement at the Berlin VFW.
We always love when the old crew stops by.
This patrol had a very interesting design…