Demonstrations, games held at Civitan Scout Show

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Rowan District annual Civitan Scout Show was held April 20-21 at Dan Nicholas Park. Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Venture Crews arrived at the Miller Pond Scout area on Friday and spent a night camping, singing campfire songs and taking a night hike.
Events on Saturday included a variety of displays to demonstrate Scout skills to the visitors, such as knot tying relays, cooking demonstrations and fire building. The Scouts played games including darts, horseshoes and sack races, and they built soda bottle rockets and sailed in rain gutter regatta competitions.
A sailboat was also on display to represent the water activities done by the Boy Scouts and Venture Crews.
Amy Frank, assistant district commissioner, and Mike Rowell, scoutmaster of troop 333, were co-chairmen of the event.
Thomas Griffin, Rowan District commissioner and committee chairman of Cub Scout pack 333, chartered by St. Matthews Lutheran Church, organized the Pinewood Derby race. There were 87 participants in the race and Cub Scouts from across Rowan County watched.
Carson Ritchie, Pack 333, was the grand champion.
Results of the Pinewood Derby Race:
Tiger Division:
1st Place — Carson Ritchie, Pack 333
2nd Place — Cameron Ritchie, Pack 333
Wolf Division:
1st Place — Trevor Davis, Pack 334
2nd Place — Reed Fugle, Pack 379
3rd Place — Andon Mason, Pack 333
Bear Division:
1st Place — Corbin Ritchie, Pack 333
2nd Place – Mason Jenkins, Pack 315
3rd Place — Austin Latva, Pack 306
Webelos I Division:
1st Place — Austin Peacock, Pack 328
2nd Place — Trevor Mervine, Pack 476
3rd Place — Ryan Hendrix, Pack 476
Most Colorful Car: Austin Latva, Pack 306
Coolest Car: Beau Butterfield, Pack 320
Most Creative Car: Nathan Gorrell, Pack 476
The Boy Scouts of America is an agency member of the United Way and serves boys 6-10 through the Cub Scout program, boys 11-17 in Boy Scouts, and co-ed young adults ages 14-20 in the high adventure Venturing or career-interest based Exploring programs.
To learn more about the Boy Scouts, contact the Central N.C. Council at 704-982-0262 or go to or rowandistrictbsa. com