Cub Scouts attend Day Camp
Three Cub Scouts from Pack 638 attended the Day Camp in Craigmont on July 11th  and 12th. Caleb Butler, Cole Martin and Matt Coppernoll attended the camp along with Leaders Aleta Coppernoll, Roger Burgess and Shari Chaffee.  The theme for this years camp was "Wild, Wild West."  The boys were teamed up with a pack from Orofino.  They had to come up with their own den yell. The boys attended 6 different stations each day and learned many scouting skills including knot tying, leather working, teamwork and decision making.  They were taught the proper way to shoot BB guns, archery and sling shots.  Some of the crafts included making rain sticks, a covered wagon and a leather slide for their neckerchiefs.  We played many games that kids would have played during the wild west era and did relays.  The boys made new friends whom we hope to see again when we attend Camp Grizzley in a few weeks. The boys were commended as being on of the best behaved groups that was in attendance.  Our community has much to be proud of in these boys.  

Shown in the photo are Cub Scouts from Cottonwood Pack 638 and Orofino Pack 564.  Matt Coppernoll is in back row on the far right.  Caleb Butler is in the front row left, Cole Martin in the front row middle. Photo provided by Aleta Coppernoll.

Girl Scouts summer activities
Last week girls from Troop 3785 received prizes from their Spring cookie sales.
Activities being planned for the remainder of the summer include going to the Aquatic Center and backyard camping. 
The next Girl Scout year will start in September with meetings at Prairie Elementary School. If anyone is interested in joining or helping with the troop you can call Heather at 208-816-1452 or Shari at 962-3559.

Girl Scout Troop 3785 members received their prizes from the cookie sales. Standing from left are Martina Everson, Ciara Chaffee and Leann Lightfield. Kneeling from left are Josie Remacle, Anna Everson, Rachael Gimmeson, Madison Shears and Trinity Martinez. Not pictured are Halle and Olivia Klapprich. Photo provided by Shari Chaffee.

4 'cross over' into Boy Scouts
Senior Patrol Leader Seth Chaffee, Patrol Leader Drew Cochran, Scribe/Chaplain Dakota Wilson and Eagle Scout Mike Karel welcomed 4 new scouts to their Troop recently.
A crossing over ceremony on June 28 was held at the Cottonwood City Park for Webelos Hunter Chaffee, Jared Coppernoll, Anthony Karel and Carson Schmidt.
The boys have worked hard this year and received many awards. Dakota Wilson received his Camping Merit Badge, Drew Cochran received his Citizenship in the Community Merit Bade and Seth Chaffee received his Communications Merit Badge.
Cub Scouts received many belt loops and pins. Science, roller skating, reading and writing, photography, family travel, pet care, physical fitness, computers, flag football and baseball just to name a few.
Two boys received perfect attendance: Matt Coppernoll a 1 year bar and Hunter Chaffee a 3 year bar.
Not present but receiving awards were Andrew Schlader with his Bear badge and Remington Sprute with his Wolf Badge.
Cole Martin, Justin Lockett, Remington Sprute, Andrew Schlader, Caleb Butler and Travis Alfrey received their Leave No Trace awards. 
Four special awards were given to Anthony Karel, Carson Schmidt, Jared Coppernoll and Hunter Chaffee for being Super Achievers in earning all 20 of their Webelos pins. We are very proud of all of these boys and are looking forward to another great year. Out next adventure is a week long camp at Camp Grizzly.
Thank you to the community for all your support with the Scouting program.

Shown are the Cottonwood Cub Scouts and Boys Scouts. Front from left are Cub Scouts Justin Lockett, Cole Martin, Matt Coppernoll and Caleb Butler. Middle from left are Webelos who recently advanced to Boy Scouts: Jared Coppernoll, Anthony Karel, Hunter Chaffee and Carson Schmidt. Back from left are Boy Scouts Drew Cochran, Seth Chaffee, Dakota Wilson and Mike Karel. Photo by Shari Chaffee.

Cubmaster Dan Karel presented Hunter Chaffee, Jared Coppernoll, Anthony Karel and Carson Schmidt with their Arrow of Light Award. This is a special ceremony that takes place right before a boy crosses over into Boy Scouts. These 4 boys have completed 2 years of Webelos and are now ready for some new adventures in Boy Scouts. Scoutmaster Shari Chaffee, far right, welcomes these 4 young men to the troop. Photo provided by Shari Chaffee.

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