Local Beavers sink their teeth into Beaveree

Ashcroft and Cache Creek packs enjoy dat at Kamloops Beaveree

All the members of 1st Ashcroft that took part including Alex Ekering

Beavers and cubs from 1st Ashcroft and 1st Cache Creek met at the Kamloops Powwow grounds on Oct. 22 for the Kamloops area’s Beaveree!

It was a full day of all beaver activites with the Cubs and Scouts helping at some of the stations. They did everything from bannock making, geocaching, and scavenger hunts, along with arts and crafts stations.

The day included lunch for everyone including the parents, and participation badges at the end for those who took part. The expected rain stayed away long enough for everyone to have a great time.

Thanks goes out to the 1st Valleyview Scout group for hosting this year’s event.

Alex Ekering

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