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Maple Dell Scout Camp’s Community Thanksgiving Expo is a super event for everyone

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On November 11th, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Maple Dell Scout Camp will be holding a new Community Event that will become a family favorite annual tradition! There will be something for every member of the family and help families find something special to add to their Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations.

There will be shooting sports competitions: shotgun, archery, tomahawk and knife throwing, with great prizes like a shotgun, a compound bow, Thanksgiving turkey dinners and tent heaters and Nerf guns. Vendors selling holiday gifts and stocking stuffers for women, men and children are a must-visit area, as well as fun children’s activities like pumpkin bowling, pea shooting, and Native American crafts. Inflatable battling balls, zip lines and a climbing wall will also be part of the excitement. General admission is $4.00, shooting events are an extra fee.

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Contact Dave Johnson for more information at david.johnson@scouting.org or 801-717-5624.

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