KFOR learns ‘The Right Stuff’ with Boy Scouts

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Thousands of Boy Scouts as well as friends and family members joined the fun of the Last Frontier Council’s Camporee and Centennial Fair held at the American Fidelity Campus at the Broadway extension and Britton road.

The theme this year is “The Right Stuff” as 24 of the 27 astronauts to travel to the moon were Boy Scouts.

The Camporee and Centennial Fair offers opportunities to experience the best of scouting through enriching outdoor activities.

The 4 Warn Storm Team member and tornado chaser, Reed Timmer, also an Eagle Scout, brought along two of his Dominator 4 storm chase vehicles.

Jon Welsh, Bob Moore Chopper 4 pilot/reporter landed his helicopter and talked about aviation before hundreds of scouts.

Special guest visiting today (Saturday) is Oklahoman and Commander John B Herrington, the first Native American in space.

Reed Timmer will also close out tonight  with Commander Herrington in a panel discussion about  scouting and learning “The Right Stuff.”

To learn more about the Boy Scouts of American and the Last Frontier Council, click here.