Straits Junior Rangers learn the skill of tracking
The Plum Point and Flower’s Cove Junior Canadian Ranger (JCR) patrols took part in the Tracker Training Course on Oct 14 and 15 at Three Mile Lake.
Warrant Officer Keith Wheeler and Canadian Rangers Russ Marsden, Dwight Macey, Anne Gould, Rod Pye and Cliff Doyle taught the 29 JCRs the art of tracking through three basic rules: looking for footprints, broken branches, and litter.
All of the JCRs enjoyed their first overnight outing of the year.
“We can’t forget the adult committee volunteers who keep watch over our JCRs and made sure they had great meals,” said Vernice Rose, president of the adult committee with the Flower’s Cove Junior Rangers patrol.
“Thanks to all who helped make this weekend a great one.”
The Plum Point and Flower’s Cove Junior Canadian Rangers enjoyed their first overnight outing of the year, participating in the JCR Tracker Training Course on Oct 14 and 15.