On June 14-17, 2011, the Thunder Wolf District joined with the North Star District and the Brazos District to conduct a Tri-District Day Camp for Cub Scouts of Fort Bend County. The day camp was held at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds.
The camp theme was” Texas Our Texas,” in celebration of the 175th anniversary of Texas Independence.
The activities that were offered helped each of the Scouts earn credit towards rank advancement, arrow points, Webelos Activity Badges, and Sports and Academic Activities including BB Guns and Archery.
The camp was attended by Cub Scouts from 40 Cub Scout Packs. A total of seven Tiger Cubs (first grade boys), 230 Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts (second and third grade), and 206 Webelos Scouts (fourth and fifth grade) participated. In addition, 40 “Me-Too’s”, younger siblings of the scouts participated in activities designed for their age level.
David Rudinski, Camp Director, led a crew consisting of 183 registered adult Scouts and 37 Boy Scouts throughout the four days of the camp.
Plans are currently under way for the 2012 Day Camp, which is scheduled for June 12-16, 2012.
Thunder Wolf, North Star, and Brazos Districts provide scouting services to Fort Bend County for Sam Houston Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Sam Houston Area Council is the largest Scout Council in the United States.
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