Camp Discovery Day planned at Camp Lazarus


Staff report



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.

Staff report