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Jamborees bring Scouts and Venturers together. So Lidet Solomon of Ethiopia (this page, upper left), seen stirring dinner with Bamlak Abraham, feels right at home. To enhance their awareness of wheelchair users, Scouts play basketball. Carlton Storey (with ball) of Arlington, Texas, moves past Jacob Moore (left) of Edmond, Okla., and Donovan Fisher of Hamilton, N.J. A little rain doesn’t stop participants from singing hymns (at right) during Sunday services. And rain enhances the experience for Zach Houser of Levittown, Pa., during a body-sliding contest. Longest distance wins. Elsewhere, giving back to the community brings families together. The Nunokawas from Maui, Hawaii, (opposite page, from left) — Chris, Kahulu and Scott — remove a small stump during a Messengers of Peace Day of Service project. When it’s time to head home, Henry Kennett (opposite page, right) shoulders his gear after a successful jamboree.


30 S COUTING ¿ NOVEMBER•DECEMBER 2013


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