Pack #603 holds Webelo Resident Camp

Augusta Pack #603 Webelo Tristan Morton, right, explains what he learned at Webelo Resident Camp this summer to BSA Scout Jacob Blais, center, and Bear Cub Scout Lizzy Blais, left, as they construct an emergency shelter during Pack #603 Family Camping at Camp Nutter, in Acton. Collaboration, cooperation, and skill sharing are key elements of scouting. (contributed photo)

Parent Becky Blais photos progress as Troop #603, from left to right, BSA Scout Jacob Blais, and Bear Cub Scout Lizzy Blais, and Pack #603 Webelo Tristan Morton, gather leaves and other site debris to provide an insulated cover to their emergency shelter framework at Camp Nutter during Family Camping September 11-12. Scouts build friendships while adding skills as they work as a team. (contributed photo)


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