Five scouts from Troop 236 attended New River Adventure in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains on July 24-30. The boys enjoyed a week of canoeing, white water rafting, caving, climbing and zip-lining. They also participated in Project C.O.P.E., a national program of the Boy Scouts of America. C.O.P.E stands for “Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience,” and includes ropes, ladders, and climbing courses, trust events, group challenges and agility training. The Project C.O.P.E. program is designed to enhance the Scouting experience and to promote Scouting values and objectives among its participants with fun and challenging activities. For more information about Troop 236, visit: https://troop236bsa.org/.
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