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Annual Camporee Takes Over Harrison Lake State Park

PHOTOS BY JESSIE DAVIS / THE VILLAGE REPORTERWHOSE FOOTPRINTS? … Scouts Connor Myers (15, left), Kaiden Wilson (right back, 14), and Carter Lockwood (right front, 12) play a wild animal track identification game during the Scouts BSA Chinquapin District 2024 Spring Camporee at Harrison Lake State Park on Saturday.

By: Jesse Davis

Harrison Lake State Park was abuzz with activity on May 4 and May 5 when youths with Scouts BSA from throughout northwest Ohio …


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