Scouts camp at Serpent Mound


One hundred and twenty scouts and scouters gathered at Serpent Mound last weekend. They camped, cooked meals, and studied Indian lore and archeology. Some of the scouts planted a typical Indian garden at the site for a service project. The scouts earned the Indian Lore and Archeology Merit Badges. The evening ended with an Order of the Arrow tap out, followed by the Cherokee rendition of how Serpent Mound came to be. The oral rendition was given by Dave Lucas, a part Cherokee who dressed for the part. After a camp fire all scouts enjoyed a root beer float. Scouts from Hillsboro and Lynchburg joined scouts from the Chief Logan and Tecumseh councils for the fun and educational outing. Scouts sifted soil looking for artifacts, made atlatls and had classroom time in the two Merit Badges. The weekend event was organized and put on by the Order of the Arrow service organization.

One hundred and twenty scouts and scouters gathered at Serpent Mound last weekend. They camped, cooked meals, and studied Indian lore and archeology. Some of the scouts planted a typical Indian garden at the site for a service project. The scouts earned the Indian Lore and Archeology Merit Badges. The evening ended with an Order of the Arrow tap out, followed by the Cherokee rendition of how Serpent Mound came to be. The oral rendition was given by Dave Lucas, a part Cherokee who dressed for the part. After a camp fire all scouts enjoyed a root beer float. Scouts from Hillsboro and Lynchburg joined scouts from the Chief Logan and Tecumseh councils for the fun and educational outing. Scouts sifted soil looking for artifacts, made atlatls and had classroom time in the two Merit Badges. The weekend event was organized and put on by the Order of the Arrow service organization.


One hundred and twenty scouts and scouters gathered at Serpent Mound last weekend. They camped, cooked meals, and studied Indian lore and archeology. Some of the scouts planted a typical Indian garden at the site for a service project. The scouts earned the Indian Lore and Archeology Merit Badges. The evening ended with an Order of the Arrow tap out, followed by the Cherokee rendition of how Serpent Mound came to be. The oral rendition was given by Dave Lucas, a part Cherokee who dressed for the part. After a camp fire all scouts enjoyed a root beer float. Scouts from Hillsboro and Lynchburg joined scouts from the Chief Logan and Tecumseh councils for the fun and educational outing. Scouts sifted soil looking for artifacts, made atlatls and had classroom time in the two Merit Badges. The weekend event was organized and put on by the Order of the Arrow service organization.

One hundred and twenty scouts and scouters gathered at Serpent Mound last weekend. They camped, cooked meals, and studied Indian lore and archeology. Some of the scouts planted a typical Indian garden at the site for a service project. The scouts earned the Indian Lore and Archeology Merit Badges. The evening ended with an Order of the Arrow tap out, followed by the Cherokee rendition of how Serpent Mound came to be. The oral rendition was given by Dave Lucas, a part Cherokee who dressed for the part. After a camp fire all scouts enjoyed a root beer float. Scouts from Hillsboro and Lynchburg joined scouts from the Chief Logan and Tecumseh councils for the fun and educational outing. Scouts sifted soil looking for artifacts, made atlatls and had classroom time in the two Merit Badges. The weekend event was organized and put on by the Order of the Arrow service organization.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/05/web1_Serpent-mound-pic.jpgOne hundred and twenty scouts and scouters gathered at Serpent Mound last weekend. They camped, cooked meals, and studied Indian lore and archeology. Some of the scouts planted a typical Indian garden at the site for a service project. The scouts earned the Indian Lore and Archeology Merit Badges. The evening ended with an Order of the Arrow tap out, followed by the Cherokee rendition of how Serpent Mound came to be. The oral rendition was given by Dave Lucas, a part Cherokee who dressed for the part. After a camp fire all scouts enjoyed a root beer float. Scouts from Hillsboro and Lynchburg joined scouts from the Chief Logan and Tecumseh councils for the fun and educational outing. Scouts sifted soil looking for artifacts, made atlatls and had classroom time in the two Merit Badges. The weekend event was organized and put on by the Order of the Arrow service organization.

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