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Greenwich Scouts hold Camporee, Service Project at Seton’s Wyndygoul

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of scouting in Greenwich, Boy Scouts recently held their 2012 Fall Camporee and completed a service project at the Pomerance Property, the site of Ernest Thompson Seton’s Wyndygoul Estate. tErnest Thompson Seton founded the Greenwich Council.

There were 115 Scouts and volunteers on site to help clear four trails in the Pomerance Property and Montgomery Pinetum, marking this as the 100th service project over the last two years. It also marked the successful completion of the Greenwich Scouting “Good Turn for Greenwich” service initiative.

Here’s a link to a story about the event.

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