THREE GENERATIONS of Smiths, left to right, Patti Smith, mark Smith and Sadie Smith. Democrat photo by Rebecca Murphy


60th Jamboree: Adventure worth experiencing

By From page A1 | August 08, 2012

Despite a horrific accident July 28 that ultimately claimed the leg of a young woman and more than 75 percent of her skin to burns, the 60th anniversary of the Jeepers Jamboree was an adventure worth experiencing. The accident itself was responded to by sheriff’s deputies from main camp; rock rollers of the Jamboree; numerous trained firefighters, who were participants and volunteers; and the Jamboree committee themselves.

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