That night there was a bonfire, where Native American dancers performed and Mr. Baden-Powell was presented with a statuette from the district and a handsome staff decorated by all troops present. After the bonfire there was a game with the ROTC from Northern Illinois University, the object of the game was that a patrol of scouts must get to a designated area without being caught by the ROTC. The next morning all attended a church service and packed up camp. The troops stopped to talk to Mr. Baden-Powell and Mr. Burnham on their way out, and were presented with commemorative coins. All of the scouts from the Fulton troop received a coin. There are only one hundred such coins in existence. Needless to say, a good time was had by all.
Courtesy of Fulton Journal