Goshen Farm Hosts Cub Scout & Boy Scout Camp Over

On 21-22 July, Cub Scout Pack 2214, out of Cape St. Claire, partnered with Boy Scout Troop 2214 for a camping overnight, community service project, and skills learning event. Six cub scouts made it through the hot and humid night on the lower pasture of Goshen Farm and then woke up, made breakfast, and completed a community service project. The community service project included cleaning the local trails around the acreage.

Four boy Scouts from Troop 2214 joined the pack and taught the cub scouts the following skills:

+ How to successfully build a campfire.
+ Identify and create their own first aid kits.
+ Understand knots and their practical uses.

Overall, the Scouts had a great time and learned a lot right here in the middle of their own community. Here are some great pictures of the boys all enjoying their skill-building on Goshen Farm.