The Simon Kenton Council will again host Camp Discovery Day, a fun event for boys and girls of all ages with special needs, to enjoy Scouting for a day, at Camp Lazarus on Saturday, May 13.
Siblings are welcome and encouraged to experience this memorable event as well, a news release states.
“No matter their ability levels, all the participants will spend the day with a registered Boy Scout, with a terrific offering of supervised activities that include Pinewood Derby, archery, how to fish and pitch a tent, first aid and so much more. We want to show children that no matter their disability, they can enjoy all these things.”
Participants are required to have a parent, guardian, or caregiver with them. Groups with chaperones that provide signed permission slips are allowed to participate.
Parking is free for this event and the registration fee is $5 per participant, which includes lunch and a patch. Visit www.skcscouts.org/campdiscovery for more details and registration.
The event is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Camp Lazarus is located on the west side of U. S. 23, near the Columbus State Community College, Delaware Campus, 4422 Columbus Pike.
For information contact Cassie Ferguson at Cassie.Ferguson@scouting.org or 614-310-1323.
The Simon Kenton Council is one of the largest Boy Scout councils in the nation, serving 17 counties in central and southern Ohio, and Greenup County in northern Kentucky.