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Pack 3 packs in the fun to make up for lost times
June 10, 2021 at 3:50 a.m.
Buddies inside and outside of their first-grade Corpus Christi-Holy Rosary School class, Port Chester resident Oliver Barrenechea (left) and Rye Brook resident Andrew Joseph work together on their candlelight campfire art projects during the Pack 3 Rye Brook Cub Scouts field day and campout at Crawford Park on Saturday, June 5.
Ridge Street School first-grader Abigail Gitkind pulls all kinds of balancing maneuvers to get her egg to the finish line unscathed during an egg race.
On a mission to win the egg race as the last runner on her team, Ridge Street School fifth-grader Audrey Sweeney fiercely eyes her destination while jogging with an egg balanced on her spoon.
Coming in hot, Ridge Street School third-grader Peter Ayala bolts back to his relay race team to let the next Pack 3 runner go. Unlike other Scouting groups, Pack 3 participation swelled to 57 male and female members during the pandemic.
Ridge Street School fifth-grader Manuela Lucca pastes crumpled pieces of paper resembling flames onto her candle campfire project at the arts and crafts activity. She laughed while poking light fun at her friends: “it’s perfect for people who are afraid of the dark.”
Slowly and gently, Ridge Street School third-grader Griffin So covers the thin rim of a plastic cup with glue to create the foundation of his art project.
With crayons spread about the picnic table, Ridge Street School third-grader Anvitha Bhatt intently focuses on her colorful American flag drawing.