Native American village model on display at Niagara Museum

This model of a Native American village was created by Cub Scout Pack 535 over 40 years ago.

Bobbie Samme’

Nearly 40 years ago, Larry Zipp, then a Cub Scout leader in Niagara, together with his scouts from Den 4, Pack 535, built a simulated Indian Village for a project, using only cut branches from a willow tree.

The village, now on display at the Niagara Historical Museum, was a learning experience for the scouts as well as their leader.

 For the full story, see this week’s edition of the Borderland Journal, inside the Florence Mining News.