The Rise up 2013 Boy Scout Encampment finished Saturday.
The encampment was a âresounding, unbelievable success,â said director David Smith. âEveryone had a great time, from the action centers through the family history center.
âDr. Seuss had it right when he said, âIt was beyond Z,ââ he said.
âWe had a great army of volunteers who all came together to make it happen,â said Smith.
âIâm at church right now [on Sunday],â he said. âAll the scouts are wearing their Thomas S. Monson award medallions and talking it up; thereâs quite a buzz going.â
BLACKFOOT â Record-breaking heat is in the forecast across the country and right here in East Idaho.
The heat is hard on everyone, but for older adults who are particularly
vulnerable to the dangers of heat, the extreme temperatures
can become deadly.
Excessive heat claims more lives each year than tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and lightning combined. Senior care companies take great care to ensure that their residents are safe and hydrated in extreme temperatures.