Pitch a Tent -- Ditch the Litter

Kirk Reinbold, Den Leader for Pack 104 (and member of the WV Sustainability Committee) and the scouts of Den 7 Pack 104 visited Evans Park this weekend.

The Scouts learned how to set up and break down a tent as the final requirement for the Bear Necessities award in Cub Scouts. They also picked up litter around the Conestoga Road parking lot to Evans Park to complete a requirement for the Paws for Action (Duty to Country) award.

All scouts had a great time and learned how important it is to take care of our planet on both a local and global level. What a great way to teach our kids the importance of being a responsible citizen, giving back to our community, and enjoying the outdoors!

Thank you Den 7 Pack 104 Scouts for coming out to enjoy our park and for being responsible young citizens!

Pack 104 meets regularly at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church on Conestoga Road. Dens typically range in age from Kindergarten through 5th grade. Contact Pack 104 at pack104cubs@gmail.com if your child is interested in joining in the outdoor fun!

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