Fresh snow made the Red Buck Sub-District "Cub-O-Ree" more fun for the Cub Scouts. The annual event held at the Rapid River Stockyards saw an attendance of around 75 Cub Scouts.
Each of the scouts brought two cans of soup with them: one to benefit local charities and the other to share with the rest of the scouts in a community soup kettle.
The scouts participated in many different activities like snowshoe races, catapulting, a pipeline event, maze races, as well as snow golf.
The Cub-O-Ree also included this cub's favorite event: "The relay race because you get to run a lot and you get to pass something on to other people," said Kirk Slater.
Each pack that placed first, second, or third in an event received a plaque for their effort. The traveling trophy was awarded to the pack with the highest participation in the Cub-O-Ree and has been passed on from pack to pack since 1977.