Savannah Christian’s Pack 11 Cub Scouts headed to Augusta, Georgia at the end of January to tour the Augusta Canal National Heritage Center and the National Science Center’s Fort Discovery. While at the Augusta Canal, the Cubs learned of the history of the city and the canal, made clay pinch pots just like Native Americans did hundreds of years ago, hiked along the canal, and earned their fishing belt loops. The staff at the Center was awesome and made this outing an exceptional event.
After the Canal tour, the Pack head to Ft. Discovery, a hands-on science museum. Once there the Cubs spent hours learning about electricity, sound, lasers, stars, and all manner of things scientific. That night, they slept among the exhibits, only to wake the next morning to more fun and excitement.