Boy Scout Troop #67 works on earning merit badges at Camp ASCCA

Over the weekend, the Alexander City Boy Scout Troop #67 visited Camp ASCCA to spend time in the great outdoors and work on new projects. Different than most groups that visit Camp ASCCA, the boys brought their own tents and camped out by the ASCCA fishing pond.

Led by Scoutmaster Wes Crew, the boys spent time learning tips and tricks of surviving in the outdoors and also held their own work party that included raking up leaves and pine straw throughout the campus. The other goal of the weekend was to learn more about Camp ASCCA and to serve and work on completing the requirements for their Disabilities Awareness merit badge.

After a task filled weekend, the group even made a generous donation of different hand sanitizer and sunscreen products for our campers to use this summer. We could not have asked for more perfect weather this weekend, and we want to thank Troop #67 for their hard work and dedication to supporting what we do here at Camp ASCCA!