Highland Polar Prowl teaches Boy Scouts life skillsOn August 31, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
— LEAH — — LEAH — BACK IN HIGHLAND TODAY. AREA BOY-SCOUTS ARE LEARNING SOME VALUABLE LIFE — AND LIFE-*SAVING* — SKILLS. POLAR-PROWL PARTY THAT’S WHERE MORE THAN 100 BOY SCOUTS AND THEIR GUIDES ARE LEARNING EVERYTHING FROM ROPE-TYING TO FIRE-MAKING. THE HIGHLAND AND COBB FIRE-DEPARTMENTS EVEN STAGED AN ICE-RESCUE FOR THE KIDS. ONE OF THEIR FAVORITE PARTS OF THE TRIP. The banana boat – how they inflate it with that – helium or whatever – and it’s called a banana boat – yeah. A lot of what they’re going to do is a lot of team building – mental and older support from skcouts – to give them more inclined to some of the things they’ll have to learn to get first badges in scouting TRAILING VO/NAT TRAILING VO/NAT — LEAH — — LEAH — THAT TEAM-BUILDING CONTINUES TONIGHT. THE SCOUTS ARE CAMPING OVERNIGHT AT BLACKHAWK LAKE. THIS EVENT MARKS MORE THAN 20 YEARS THE POLAR PROWL HAS BEEN HELD OUTSIDE HIGHLAND.