O’Fallon Boy Scouts of America Troop 46 went on a camping trip to Southeast Missouri to pick up trash at Elephant Rocks State Park and Johnson Shut-Ins. Left to right, on rock, Lex White, Liam Duncan, Bradley Thomas, Daniel Stellyes, Aidan Whitaker and Sam Giedeman. Left to right, standing, Jaff Haberl, Greg Giedeman, Brian Lindsey, Josh McIntyre, Andrew Martin, Tommy Fulford, Jacob Pekala, Josh Preston, Quin Preston and Wiliam Haberl. Left to right, front row, Samm Allard, Connor Lindsey, Eric Shackelford, Sam Becker, Jack Lloyd, Connor Dougherty and Alex Westfall.
O’Fallon Boy Scouts of America Troop 46 went on a camping trip to Southeast Missouri to pick up trash at Elephant Rocks State Park and Johnson Shut-Ins. Left to right, on rock, Lex White, Liam Duncan, Bradley Thomas, Daniel Stellyes, Aidan Whitaker and Sam Giedeman. Left to right, standing, Jaff Haberl, Greg Giedeman, Brian Lindsey, Josh McIntyre, Andrew Martin, Tommy Fulford, Jacob Pekala, Josh Preston, Quin Preston and Wiliam Haberl. Left to right, front row, Samm Allard, Connor Lindsey, Eric Shackelford, Sam Becker, Jack Lloyd, Connor Dougherty and Alex Westfall. Provided by Matt Lloyd Courtesy photo
O’Fallon Boy Scouts of America Troop 46 went on a camping trip to Southeast Missouri to pick up trash at Elephant Rocks State Park and Johnson Shut-Ins. Left to right, on rock, Lex White, Liam Duncan, Bradley Thomas, Daniel Stellyes, Aidan Whitaker and Sam Giedeman. Left to right, standing, Jaff Haberl, Greg Giedeman, Brian Lindsey, Josh McIntyre, Andrew Martin, Tommy Fulford, Jacob Pekala, Josh Preston, Quin Preston and Wiliam Haberl. Left to right, front row, Samm Allard, Connor Lindsey, Eric Shackelford, Sam Becker, Jack Lloyd, Connor Dougherty and Alex Westfall. Provided by Matt Lloyd Courtesy photo

O’Fallon Boy Scouts camp and clean up Missouri state parks

June 19, 2017 11:57 AM

UPDATED June 19, 2017 03:30 PM

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