Cub Scouts hold annual freeze out

CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) — A cub scout event lives up to its name.

It’s the annual freeze out at Camp Stambaugh.

350 scouts took part in a number of activities like dog sled race.

They also had a session on first aid— focusing on frost bite.

The day is also about bonding with one another.

“We have stuff that has team building, we have stuff that sorts of other things just to get outside and have fun and get active,” said Preston Cockrell, district executive, Whispering Pines District.

Scout leaders say they keep a close eye on the weather— and thought about canceling today’s event.

A slight warm up this afternoon helped.

Some activities were held inside.


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