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January - February 1969 Page 14

Cub Scout Cabin - Back View - 1969
ARE YOU PHYSICALLY FIT? -- Thanks to Mr. Rusmisell and his efficient crew, the Cub
Scouts at Joiner Hall have equipment on which to practice. Behind Joiner Hall are a fifty
foot rope for climbing, a chinning bar, a trapeze, and a narrow board for balancing. This
equipment has enabled the boys to pass one of the achievements required for advancement
in Cub Scouting. Far right, one of the Cubs, Randy Smith (?), is about fifty feet up the rope.
The Cub Scout program is strong thanks to the efforts of Mrs. Annie Phillips, Mrs. Hattie
Dickens, Mrs. Jean Collins, and the Committeemen. Den chiefs from the fifth grade are
Eddie Burchette ('75), Nelson Freeze ('76), and James Wilson ('76). There are (were) about
about thirty boys involved in the Cub program at Joiner Hall.

Cub Scout Cabin - Back View - 38 Years Later, 2007
The Cub Scout cabin today (March 8, 2007).

Click here for the front view of the cabin

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