Re: SCOUTS-L Digest - 12 Feb 1997 to 13 Feb 1997
Fri, 14 Feb 1997 01:44:36 -0500
Hello, this is a question to those of you on the list who were involved
with the 1993 jamboree, especially in running it. At the jambo there was
a site right near the bennington encampment that was a series of trails
that could be hiked and three square patches could be earned and put
together to form a neat, rectangular design.
As part of that area there was a rock sculpture
that was open to anyone who wanted to carve on it. I myself spent a good
deal of my jambo time carving on that rock and know for a fact that a LOT
of other scouts did also. We were told that peter (i think) who was the
rock sculptor that was watching over the project, was going to try to get
the piece put on exibit somewhere.
So finally the question. Does anyone know what happened to this piece of
jambo memorabilia, the 500 pound indiana limestone sculpture?
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