Fort Brumley Dedication
Photo: Pack 4511 from Covington helps the Brumley family cut the ribbon to Fort Brumley.
On Sunday, October 17, 2010, members of the Brumley family and friends gathered at the Bert Adams Scout Reservation to dedicate the new Fort Brumley in honor of George Brumley Senior and George Brumley Junior.
Fort Brumley at the Bert Adams Scout Reservation, provides camp with a new, versatile handicraft and activity area. This facility will help meet the growing needs of the thousands of Scouts and leaders that attend Bert Adams during the summer and throughout the year. The combination of activity and classroom areas, pavilions, gathering areas, and support rooms at Fort Brumley provides camp the much needed space to conduct Cub/Webelo Activity Pins and Boy Scout Merit Badges.
Fort Brumley features:
• Four classrooms with storage, seating, and work tables for a variety of uses including classes in pottery, sculpture, leather work, wood carving, and other handicrafts
• Pavilion with seating for 120
• Stage to support the Showmanship Activity Pin
• Support areas including a program office, meeting room, and cubby areas
• Sentry walk with dual flagpoles
• Restroom facilities
Photo: Marie Brumley Foster, her husband Brad and three sons, and Nancy Brumley Robitaille and her husband Dan and three sons.
Click here for more information on the When Tradition Meets Tomorrow Capital Campaign, or contact Jenna Knight at 770-956-3178 or Jenna.Knight@Scouting.org.