Scouts get messy at annual Cuboree

Andrew La Padula and Theo Sadowski-Beck, both Cub Scouts in Pack 35, conquered the muddy obstacle course at the recent Greenwich Scouting Cub Mud Cuboree.

Andrew La Padula and Theo Sadowski-Beck, both Cub Scouts in Pack 35, conquered the muddy obstacle course at the recent Greenwich Scouting Cub Mud Cuboree.

There was no shortage of mud at this year’s Greenwich Scouting Cuboree.

As the theme was “Cub Mud,” during the day Cub Scouts participated in fun, muddy activities at the Seton Scout Reservation, ranging from a muddy obstacle course to finding creatures that live in the mud and even making mud beads.

Particularly popular at the event was the bucket run where kids cooled down by carrying water buckets with holes on their heads from one spot to the next — of course there was muddy water to use as well.

The Cub Scouts and their families ended the busy (and messy) day of activities with a campfire, outdoor movie and the opportunity to camp overnight.

Not only did the participating boys enjoy getting dirty but they worked on teamwork, “doing their best” — the Cub Scout motto — and their camping skills.

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