Philipstown Boy Scouts Attend Jamboree

10-day event takes place every four years

Seven Boy Scouts from Troop 437 Philipstown traveled by bus to attend the 10-day National Scout Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia from July 19 to 28. More than 40,000 people attend the jamboree, which takes place every four years and includes rock climbing, water sports, white-water rafting, mountain biking and zip lining, as well as a day of service in a West Virginia community.

From left, Max Hadden, Leo Reis-Larson, Alek Maasik, Ethan Gunther, Guy Cervone, Dylan Gunther and Everett Campanile (Photo provided)

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