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Total Units:  20
Girl Scouts Attended:  24
Cub Scouts Attended:  64
Boy Scouts Attended:  69
Ventures :  0
Adults Attended:  97
People Attended:  254
GS Troops:  5
CS Packs:  7
BS Troops:  8
Venture Crews: 0

Jr. Olympics

Daisy/Brownie
Gold - Natasha J - Troop 253

Tiger/Wolf
Gold - Hunter C - Pack 297
Silver - Duel R - Pack 297
Bronze - Mason C - Pack 705

Junior
Gold - Harley J - Troop 1806
Silver - Kendelle S - Troop 88
Bronze - Kaylee S - Troop 1806

Bear/WEBELOS
Gold - Jacob W - Pack 297
Silver - Cameron T - Pack 586
Bronze - Caleb J - Pack 586

Best Campsite Competition

Cub Scouts
1st - Pack 241
2nd - Pack 303
3rd - Pack 540

Boy Scouts
1st - Troop 244
2nd - Troop 555
3rd - Troop 231

Girl Scouts
1st - Troop 8
2nd - Troop 4199
3rd - Troop 1806

Exhibitions Competition

Cub Scouts
1st - Pack 297

Boy Scouts
1st - Troop 241

Girl Scouts
1st - Troop 4199

Gateway Competition

Cub Scouts
1st - Pack 241

Boy Scouts
1st - Troop 747

Girl Scouts
1st - Troop 8

Campfire Cookoff

Golden Skillet:
(Cub) - Pack 540

Golden Wisk:
(Girls) - Troop 8

Golden Spatula:
(Boys) - Troop 244

Silver Skillets:
Youth - Pack 303
Teen - Troop 244
Adult - no entries

 

2011 Theme:

Living Daisy's Dream

In 1911 Juliette Gordon Low, nicknamed "Daisy" by her family and friends, met Sir Robert Baden-Powell and became interested in the new youth movement.  For many years she had been searching for something useful to do with her life.  Less than a year later she returned to America and made a historic telephone call to a friend saying, "I've got something for the girls of Savannah, and all of America, and all the world, and we're going to start it tonight!"  On March 12, 1912 "Daisy" Low gathered 18 girls and started the American Girl Guides.  The next year, the name was changed to Girl Scouts. 

This year Barren River Lake Scout Celebration will be honoring the Girl Scouts of the USA during their 100th anniversary.  The fundamental aspects of Daisy's Dream continue to this day; preparing girls , not only for traditional homemaking, but also as leaders in business, arts and science.  The Army Corps of Engineers invites you to come to the Barren River Lake Scout Celebration to show your scouting spirit and celebrate a century of "Living Daisy's Dream."

Message from the founder:

Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low was a most remarkable woman, especially in her time. Despite the adversities she experienced in her life she never waivered from her pursuit to better herself and those around her. I can appreciate how she felt and the drive she had to provide a new direction for all girls. The Scout Celebration was founded based on this desire to provide an event to bring all Scouts together. I’m dumbfounded to think of one single important fact as this event has provided multitudes of opportunities for the Scouts, Scouters and the communities they come from. Daisy’s voice still echoes in the minds of the Girl Scouts of the USA and beyond - "I've got something for the girls of Savannah, and all of America, and the entire world, and we're going to start it tonight!" I challenge all Scouts and their leaders to embrace this event and take from it all possible benefits and reaffirm their desires, their passions and their “dreams” to live the Scouting way of life!.

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