The Summit Bechtel Reserve can provide a great experience for Scouts.
But last weekend, it was all about our veterans.
Operation Heroes, hosted by the Summit in partnership with the West Virginia National Guard, the Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Wounded Warrior Project, gave veterans the chance to experience all that the high-adventure base has to offer, from zip lines to archery.
“The relationship between the Boy Scouts and our veterans has been long-lasting,” Summit director Dan McCarthy told WVVA TV. “This is just an opportunity to renew that and bring it back to the surface in a more meaningful way.”WVVA TV Bluefield Beckley WV News, Weather and Sports
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