Concho Valley Council
Philmont Scout Ranch
CARL HONOR DELEGATES TO
PHILMONT - Arriving at the world's largest Boy Scout Camp, Philmont,
near Cimarron, N. M. are the 22 delegates from Concho Valley Council, Boy
Scouts of America.
The trip is offered each year by Robert G. Carr of San Angelo to Scouts and Scouters of the nine districts in the Concho Valley Council for outstanding performance in the Scouting program.
Twenty-two outstanding Scouts and Scouters from the nine districts of the Concho Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America, have returned from an 18-day camping expedition at Philmont, the world's largest Boy Scout Ranch, near Cimarron, N. M., as guest of Robert G. Carr of San Angelo. The Concho Valley Council is composed of 26 counties in the San Angelo Area.
CARR AWARDS TRIP
The trip is awarded annually by Carr to representatives of all Concho Valley Council districts for outstanding performance in the Scouting program.
The selection committees of the districts, who designated the winners of this all-expense trip, are composed of the district operaing committees, with nominations coming from fellow scoutmasters throughout the council area.
The 22 Concho Valley representatives joined with senior scouts and scouters from 22 states in enjoying the facilities of the 127,00-acre camp, located in the wilds of the New Mexico Rocky Mountains. Scout travelled the trails blazed by Kit Carson, lived the rustic life of the Taos Indian, studying the ways of camping and providing necessities for existence.
The Scouts hiked through the mountainous terrain, rode horseback for two days, climbed mountains, ate trail food and lived in tents.
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