This photo was taken at the FDR Memorial in Washington after the 2001 National Jamboree. There were 42,002 participants at the Jambo at Fort A.P,Hill, Virginia. TheMemorial was one of the places we stopped to visit on the return home. Seven Troop 26 Scouts, three older and four younger, posed in front of one of the waterfalls inside the memorial. The three older scouts are all Eagles. The four younger scouts all became Eagles. Back row, left to right: Eagle Scouts Miitch Weigt, Levi Vivion, and Todd Wagner. Front row: soon to be Eagle Scouts Robert Dennis, Reid Spears, Daniel Rusco, and Conner Wann.
This patch set is from Troop 26’s visit to the 2001 National Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. Each of the 16 patches in the set represents a different Native American tribe, and each came with a sheet of paper with stories about each tribe. If you have any additional stories or information about this patch set that you would like us to add to this page, please let us know. I’ll let the patches do the talking. And yes, these are actual size.