Troop 868 in Action


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In conjunction with the National Street Rod Association's annual convention in Louisville in early August, the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce hosted their second annual street rod show and cruising event in downtown Shepherdsville.  Buckman Street was closed to traffic mid-afternoon so that several hundred street rods could park diagonally on both sides of the street.  Spectators were then able to walk around and look at the cars for several hours before a formal cruising event ended the evening.

Troop 868 was once again asked to set up and staff a First Aid / Lost Children station on the front lawn of the Bullitt County Courthouse.  Fortunately, the event was safe and we only had to treat one "patient" for a minor injury.

Troop 868 scouts Adam, Nick, and Dylan pose in front of the troop's First Aid station. Falcon Patrol Leader Dylan and Troop parent Steve Kmiec manned the aid station for part of the afternoon.
Fortunately, business at the First Aid station was pretty slow.  But Dylan was there and ready to respond, if needed.