May 15: Annual Scouts Cookout

April 3, 2018

ANNUAL SCOUTS APPRECIATION PICNIC

Tuesday, May 15 at Indian Lake, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School

All Rabun County Boy and Girl Scout troops, Cubs and Brownies packs, parents and leaders are invited!

Beginning at 4:00 pm – Fishing in Indian Lake for bream and bass. Rods, reels,and bait provided by the Chapter. No boats or swimming. Dogs must be on a leash.

At 6:00 pm we will have a hamburger and hot dog supper with all the fixin’s.
The Rabun Chapter provides the hamburgers, hotdogs, plates, silverware, drinks, ice. Chapter members please bring side dishes and desserts.

Directions: On Hwy 441, just south of the Rabun Gap Post Office, turn onto School Farm Road. Go one half mile, turn left onto Indian Lake Road. Follow the signs to the cookout.

Thank you, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School, for the use of your facilities! For more information, contact Kent Wilson.

 

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