From Taiwan to Camp Krietenstein

This summer Camp Krietenstein was very fortunate to have hosted Po-Chun, an international Scout from Taiwan. Below are Po-Chun's thoughts and favorite memories from his time at camp this summer.     To camp Krietenstein: I am so glad that I was sent to camp Krietenstein. The people, food and campground are amazing. I will never forget what… Continue reading From Taiwan to Camp Krietenstein

Three Things I Saw at Camp

  So, it’s the last day of a week at Camp Kreitenstein and I’m talking to an international exchange camp counselor from Taiwan about “stinky tofu,” a Taiwanese food I saw sampled on a TV show. “Oh, stinky tofu! I would only eat it if my mother fixed it,” says the counselor, smiling. I know… Continue reading Three Things I Saw at Camp

Community Camp at Camp Belzer

Another week is in the books as the last few campers leave from the smoldering s’mores campfire. It’s weird to think that there are only two more weeks left of program; then the obstacles will be put away, the crafts packed up, and the cubs (and staff) will be anxiously waiting for the summer of… Continue reading Community Camp at Camp Belzer

After Dinner at Krietenstein

After an eventful day of merit badges and trainings, Scouts and leaders enjoyed many evening events throughout the week. Scouts worked on their Firecrafter, played tether ball, went to the trading post and hung out at their campsites throughout the week; but in the evening they had fun with staff at different events. On Monday evening everyone was having… Continue reading After Dinner at Krietenstein

Ransburg Scout Reservation in Full Swing

Ransburg Scout Reservation recently celebrated 50 years of operation on Sunday, July 17. If you missed the special ceremony that took place, be sure to visit the council's Flickr page. Aside from the ceremony, Scouts have been having a great summer. Take a look at the first three weeks of camp with these videos created by Scouts… Continue reading Ransburg Scout Reservation in Full Swing