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WPCBSA, Treasures of Scouting, Cache to Cub Scouts
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A micro hidden in the Marshlands Conservancy. Cache is a small tube about 6 inches long (re-purposed mini M&M container). Dogs are NOT allowed in this Westchester County park.
For 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America has helped youth become more than they ever thought possible. And we’ll continue that journey into the next century.
The Cub Scout program in the US began in 1930 and currently is open to boys in 1st through 5th grades. This Cub Scouts offers fun and challenging experiences that inspire confidence and teach important values. Cub Scout geocaching is an important addition to the Scout program. This cache is designed with the Cub Scout and other young children in mind. Please leave appropriate toys and swag for young people of all programs.
This cache was made available to Scouts in the Westchester-Putnam Council, Boy Scouts of America, on April 30, 2010, during its Centennial Camporee. The cache is being made available to the general public beginning on May 7, 2010.
In addition to WPCBSA, Treasures of Scouting,Cache to Cub Scouts, we’ve hidden four other caches highlighting Scouting programs. Find all five! Search WPCBSA, Treasures of Scouting on Geocaching.com.
There is also a sixth “bonus” cache: GC25998. Each of the five WPCBSA, Treasures of Scouting caches contains a clue. Keep track of the clues, and use them to determine the location of the final “bonus” cache, which contains a great FTF prize!
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:39:14 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:39 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum