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Demonstrating the art of making a mallet

Published July 28. 2010 05:00PM

Left to right: Boy Scouts from Troop 20 Jesse Schneck, Robert Keyser, Mike Sanders, Toby Sanders, and Nick Sanders show William Lowe (second from the right) how to make his own wooden mallet at the 100th anniversary of Boy Scouts of America Jamboree in the Palmerton Borough Park. Lowe a 2-year Webelos, along with his family, were visiting in the area from Army Base USAG-Yongson in Seoul South Korea. Some of the other activities the public was invited to participated in were the Tomahawk Throw, carving arrow heads, walking across a monkey bridge and climbing a homemade bridge. Approximately 30 scouts and 18 leaders from Boy Scout Troops 41, 21, and Towamensing Boy Scout Troop 209 organized and took part in the weekend campout celebration.

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