Dallas-based Circle Ten Council holds its Centennial Camporee


Scouters and Scouts have been celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America all year. All across the country, we've heard from volunteer leaders who have attended celebrations large and small. The one common thread: They all involve Scouts doing what they do best—getting outside to have some fun!

The Circle Ten Centennial Camporee in Dallas last month was no exception. Some 6,500 Scouts and Scouters met at Dallas Executive Airport for a weekend of excitement.

Activities included a human-size game of foosball (pictured above), pioneering, archery, orienteering, an Order of the Arrow village, patch trading, rock climbing, and much more.

Representatives from Lockheed Martin Corp., the Dallas Cowboys, the Dallas Mavericks, the City of Dallas, and the Dallas Police Department were there, too.

In fact, instead of telling you all that went on, why don't we just show you? Find more photos after the jump.





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