Scout Camp Wraps up Today

Flags fly at the the Northern New Mexico District Day Camp held this week at the Sportsmen’s Club Pavilion in Redija Canyon. Photo by TK Thompson/
The Scouts try their skill on the rope course under the watchful eye of adult volunteers. There were 137 Cub Scouts at the camp Wednesday. The camp runs through today and is an annual event held for about the last 25 years. The Los Alamos Sportsmen’s Club lets the Scouts use the pavilion and archery range in Rendija Canyon for the event. Photo by TK Thompson/
Sandy Jennings provides the water supply during a handwashing session. She has been camp director for the last 10 years. Photo by TK Thompson/

Keith Stephens talks to the day campers after lunch about the meaning of the words in the Pledge of Allegiance. He has volunteered to take over camp director duties next year. Photo by TK Thompson/
Lunch in the shade is provided by canopies at the archery range. Photo by TK Thompson/

Shorty Esh supervises the air rifle firing line at the Scout Day Camp. Photo by TK Thompson/

Scouts learn to make duct tape sandals. Photo by TK Thompson/
Scouts braid a rope. Photo by TK Thompson/
Scouts do a test run of the rubber-band powered boats they built. Photo by TK Thompson/
Scouts decorate backpacks with their favorite animal motif. Photo by TK Thompson/
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