The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.


Scouts in line

File photo Standing in lines for hours to take part in a high adventure activity was one of the major complaints of many Scouts at the first National Boy Scout Jamboree which concluded last week at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. Officials at the Summit and with the National Scout Jamboree hope to make adjustments from suggestions made after the Jamboree for activities beginning next summer as the Summit takes its place as one of four High Adventure Camps owned by the Boy Scouts of America in the U.S.