Pioneer Ohio, August, 2018 — The Erie Shores Council of the Boy Scouts of America will host a Council-Wide Camporall to celebrate 50 years of summer camp on October 5-7, 2018, at Pioneer Scout Reservation, 07371 County Road S. Over 2,500 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venture Scouts, Sea Scouts and Explorers will plan to attend.
Scouts will participate in many activities to include, shooting sports, handicrafts projects, biking, Scout skills, ecology demonstrations, climbing, and much more! There will also be many static displays from exhibitors from around the area. There will also be an opening campfire show, a Rootbeer cantina, and a professional fireworks display to end the night with a BANG!!
Be sure to pre-register for the event to save your spot!
The event will be open to the public and media on Saturday, October 6, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
For more information, check out the weblink: https://www.psrweb.org/camporall2018
About the Erie Shores Council of the Boy Scouts of America:
Under the leadership of approximately 2,500 adult volunteers, the Erie Shores Council provides a values-based, character education program for youth in our community, including Cub Scouts (1st-5th grades), Boy Scouts (6th-12 grades). In addition, Erie Shores Council offers Exploring and Venturing which are co-ed programs for youth 14-20 yrs. old who seek opportunities to “explore” fields of career interest, or wish to participate in high “adventure” activities.
Erie Shores Council serves more than 6,000 youth throughout Lucas, Wood, Ottawa & Sandusky Counties, as well as, a portion of Fulton County including Swanton, OH. Erie Shores Council owns two camps which provide outdoor education and camping experiences for Scouts and non-Scouts alike.
To learn more, call 419.241.7293, or go to www.erieshorescouncil.org.