Scouts help everyone find their way
Boy Scout Troop 513 and Cub Scout Pack 507 were busy Saturday morning planting 500 yellow landscaping flag along the three miles of the state park trail.
Thanks to them, the estimated 1,000 participants of the Take the Lake Walk / Run and Bike & Hike Personal Endurance Challenges will more easily be able to stay on the trail Labor Day weekend.
And even more critical, the nine Take the Lake X-TREME! participants August 27 -- who may be on the trail after sunset -- will not get lost.
Thanks Linda Tyree and Scouts!
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5/24/2019 12:58:04 pm
I would like someone to contact me about the BB&T team doing a team building on the low ropes course in lake Waccamaw.
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