|on Thursday. Unfortunately, the wind began then as well. But that didn’t stop the scouts. Day Camp coordinator Suzanne Garlick made sure everything ran according to schedule.
The boys were split into groups according to their age, the various sets of groups then rotated through different stations each day so that each group was able to experience every activity over the course of the three days.
During their time at the Adams Ranch the scouts learned about fishing safety and were provided with pointers from leaders as well as older scouts. The boys were taught fishing skills like setting the bob and getting the hook tied to the line.
|At the Logandale Stake Center the kids worked on crafts, wood, dance, and first aid. As pirates it was only fitting that the boys build treasure boxes out of wood. The scouts learned how to use a hammer, screw driver, and saw to create that perfect treasure box. During dance lesson the boys were taught moves only fitting to a pirate. During the art stations the kids learned about freehand sketching and color schemes.
On Saturday all scouts and their leaders gathered at the Stake Center for the final Day Camp ceremonies.