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Livingston Boy Scout Troop 16 attends Centennial Jamboree

posted Oct 31, 2009, 8:53 AM by Webmaster Troop 16   [ updated Nov 12, 2009, 7:24 PM ]
Livingston Boy Scout Troop 16 participated in the Patriot’s Path Council Centennial Jamboree celebrating  the  100 year anniversary  of American Scouting .  The Jamboree was held at Sussex County Fairgrounds in Augusta N.J. on October 2 – 4, 2009.  The Jamboree included over 4,000 scouts from the area.  Program area themes included Disability Awareness,  Buckskin Games, Conservation-Nature,  Physical Fitness, Exhibits, Skill-o-Rama, and Service to Community.  Some of the activities included Crossman rifle, archery, knife & tomahawk throwing, bullwhip cracking, mountain boarding, row boating, rappelling,   Picatinny Arsenal M-1 Tank crushing cars,  Helicopter rides, emergency service organizations,  the  United States Armed Forces,  and many hobby orientated  organizations, totaling over 160 program areas.   The Saturday Night Show included entertainment by a live band, laser light show, skits, songs and large screen video about scouting.

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