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The 411: Youth


Cub Scout Pack 393 holds camp day


Cub Scout Pack 393 holds camp day
Cub Scout Pack 393 members (from left) Anthony Duran, Montana Bone, Luke Keith, Wes Theuret, and Casey Jarutowicz enjoy their camp day May 3.


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On May 3, four Cub Scouts from Floresville and Poth put on a campfire program for their families at Floresville River Park. About 25 people watched the boys perform skits and songs in front of a campfire they helped build.

The Scouts grilled hot dogs and s’mores, played games, and received awards they earned in the last few months.

Montana Bone received his Webelo pins for naturalist, scholar, and traveler. Anthony Duran and Casey Jarutowicz were presented their whittling badges and recited their pledge to be safe with pocketknives. They also earned their Bear badges and arrow points for completing at least 10 elective activities. Wes Theuret received his Wolf badge and three arrow points for completing 30 elective activities.

Leaders Pam Balboa and Kim Jarutowicz ended the ceremony with a reading of the story of Mowgli learning the law of the pack. Thank you to Boy Scout Luke Keith, who helped with games.
 

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