According to volunteer coordinator Renee Brueckner, approximately 60 girls and 20 adults recently attended Girl Scout Day Camp in Perryville. The girls earned an Outdoor Skills patch while learning Knot Tying, Tent Assembling, Fire Building, Archery, Knife Safety, Songs, Compass Use, Sleeping Bag Rolling, First Aid, and other skills. According to Brueckner, campers also got a special treat, as Mike Blevins brought out a fire truck and taught First Aid, while his wife, Dana Blevins, taught archery. Special thanks to Brueckner and Holly Moran for the photos.

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