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Some campers are home again after a national event celebrating Scouting.
34 Boy Scouts and five adult leaders from 12 different troops arrived in Topeka, back from this year’s National Jamboree.
The summit was held at a reserve in the New River Gorge in West Virginia. The Scouts participated in a number of activities like white water rafting, shooting sports, hatchet throwing and more.