STEM Scouting goes to Mars, Scouts explore different faith traditions...and, unfortunately, one young man won't be going home again.

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Notes from Cuboree

Scouter Ken was, of course, on site at the Beaver Hills/Rivers Edge Cuboree this past weekend. We'll be doing a follow-up episode about this camp, possibly two; I'm going to see if I can arrange to have the camp organizers on the show, and Eric (the advisor for the Northern Lights Medical Venturers, who has been on the show a couple of times before) has likewise expressed interest in doing a debrief about the camp. For now, it will suffice to say that it was a fantastic time for just about everyone involved, and if you want to see some pictures from the event you can check out either the Scouting Stuff or 59th Greenfield/Royal Gardens Scout Group pages on Instagram.

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