2017 NATIONAL SCOUT JAMBOREE - The Summit Bechtel Reserve, Glen Jean, WV




2017 NATIONAL SCOUT JAMBOREE
Indian Waters Council Contingent



2 min 25 second video shows the time of your life.



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Short Teaser Video:
 

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History

The first Boy Scouts of America national jamboree was scheduled to be held in Washington, D.C., in 1935 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Scouting in America. Unfortunately, the jamboree was canceled because of a polio outbreak in Washington. When the first jamboree was finally held in 1937, Dan Beard lit the opening campfire using flint and steel. Scouts from all 48 states brought the wood that was used in the campfire. There were some 27,232 Scouts camped on the National Mall under the Washington Monument. Since that time, 17 national jamborees have been held, the last in 2013.

Photo Gallery from 2013:


The River
The Park
Bravo Lake
The Canopy
The Walls

The Pools



The Trax


Bravo Lake
The Barrels
 
New in 2017 - Crossbow
The Gears



Shotgun at the Barrels





The Bows







Pistols at the Barrels


The Zip


Dragon Boats


Naturally Beautiful


SBR Arial view


The Crowds


 
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