Local scouting council invites public to join them for another at-home campout

As the state of Michigan continue to stay at home and stay safe, The Bay-Lakes Council is pleased to invite the general public to join Scouts and Families from across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and Eastern Wisconsin and for an @ HOME Campout.

Taking Part is Simple:

— Log onto www.baylakesbsa.org/scouting-at-home/ to check out the details.

— On Friday, May 1, build your best Backyard Campsite and join us for a 30 minute campfire program on www.facebook.com/BayLakesCouncil at 7:30 p.m. Eastern/6:30 p.m. Central Time.

— Consider making the whole weekend a backyard camping trip. On Saturday, May 2, the National Council, Boy Scouts of America will offer additional program opportunities online including some famous people stopping by. Check out our Scouting @ Home website early and often for more details: www.baylakesbsa.org/scouting-at-home/

— If you aren’t equipped to handle backyard camping, just build a blanket tent in your living room and join us as well! Don’t forget to make the weekend your own by grilling out, making S’mores, watching the National Camp-in on their Facebook Page on May 2, www.facebook.com/theboyscoutsofamerica, playing lawn games, and checking out the night sky.

While reviewing the details on May 1 through 3, the public is encouraged to take advantage of an ever increasing amount of at home activities and program opportunities for youth and families on www.baylakesbsa.org/scouting-at-home/. Those utilizing the website resources need not be registered in the Bay-Lakes Council, or Boy Scouts of America.

For questions, please contact us:

Patrick O’Brien, Hiawathaland District Director

920-419-8401 or patrick.obrien@scouting.org


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