Sienna Plantation hosts hundreds of Cub Scouts at Day Camp

These campers shown are learning how to properly fold the American Flag.

These campers shown are learning how to properly fold the American Flag.

Over 230 Cub Scouts ages 7 to 11 participated in the three-day 2014 Thunder Wolf District Day Camp hosted by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sienna Plantation. The “Cubs in Space” themed day camp provided scouts a first step in the camping progression, creating a place for Cub Scouts and Webelos to test themselves, do new activities, make new friends and learn something new.  Campers had a choice of a variety of activities ranging from leather works, team sports, BB and archery target shooting for the scouting ranks of Tiger, Bear, Wolf and Webelo.

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