SCOUTS PITCH IN TO HELP CLEAN UP COMMUNITY & TOUR WATER RECYCLING FACILITY

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May 22, 2010 (Rancho San Diego)—Cub Scouts from the Wolf Den of Pack 391 donned gloves and helped pick up trash around Steele Canyon Bridge earlier this month—all as part of their recycling requirement to earn Wolf badges.

The Pack includes students at local elementary schools in first through fifth grade. Second graders from the wolf Den picked up three bags of trash as well as some items to be recycled.

 

In addition, scouts toured the Otay Water District Water Recycling Facility near the bridge, where they saw up close where the sewer from their community goes and how water is recycled for irrigation use in parks, schools and along roads.
 

The Boys Scouts of America are celebrating 100 years of scouting this year. For information on Cub Scouts and the Pack’s summertime activities, visit www.RSDPack391.org.