Courtesy of the Nevada Area Council of Boy Scouts of America · 1 min read
With the 2017 Boy Scouts of America National Jamboree coming to a close on July 28, Nevada Area Council’s Troop 3328 has had a very busy week.
It started this past Sunday with the troop holding a church service before going to the Jambopalooza where Scouts had the opportunity to go on a 30 foot water slide and attend another concert.
On Monday, the Troop had its Day of Service working to clean up an old railroad right-of-way that is now used by bikers and walkers/hikers.
Later that day was President Trump’s speech and a concert by Jessie Chris.
Troop 3328 had Tuesday to explore. One area was scuba diving and a water obstacle course.
Wednesday was STEM day and the troop participated in science activities, including liquid nitrogen bombs and robotics. Afterwards, the troop was free to roam the camp and activities.