By Jonathan Ciecka, Troop 1829
Special to The Citizen
On July 24, Troop 1829 left for the National Scout Jamboree. After three days of fun- filled traveling that included a battleship tour, a look around the site of the First Battle of Manassas, and more, they finally arrived at the Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia.
Instantly, they were stunned by the size of the national event.
Local scout Julian Pasto said, “Even the food here is huge. It takes like a hundred different bins to feed just our Subcamp (a division of a certain region camp i.e. Southern Region).” Read More»