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America’s First Boy Scout Camp welcomes your Scouts for summer camp!


Near Whitehall, Michigan, Owasippe offers 2 Boy Scout Camps, horses, canoe treks, sailing, COPE and climbing, outpost programs, a 40-cabin family camp with program and much more...all in a 4,700 acre ecological wonderland.


For information call: 312-421-8800 ext. 226 or visit


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Your “SUMMIT” Summer 2014 Adventure Connection Soaring Eagle Tours


“Charlotte, NC preferred tour and transportation company since 1987”


Charlotte, NC – the closest “Big City” to THE SUMMIT (only 3 hours by motor coach). So why not enjoy all the unique attractions Charlotte has to offer: NASCAR Hall of Fame, Discovery Place, Charlotte Motor Speedway, U.S. National White Water Center, Carowinds, Carolina Raptor Center & more.


Offering 7 unique tour packages which include: transportation (if needed), overnight accommodations in Charlotte, fun activities at various attractions, meals, giveaways & our on-site staff to safely guide you through your hassle free adventure!


888-455-1254 / 704-765-5104 www.SoaringEagleTours.com


We also offer direct shuttle service to and from “The Summit” via Charlotte


Proud Partners: Rose Charter Company DoubleTree by Hilton Charlotte


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Hike the Trail to a Great Rocky Mountain Adventure!


Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch Walsenburg, Colorado


Natural Climbing Walls, Hiking Treks, Tradional Programs and Merit Badges, 1st year Scouts program,


Mountain Man Adventure(13 and up) Santa Fe Trail Council, BSA o: 620-275-5162 - f: 620-275-6508


www.scbsa.org or www.spanishpeaksscoutranch.com


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