Cub Scout Space Night a Huge Success.
by Brian Ottum
Printed in Reflections: November, 1998.
On October 15, I hosted “SPACE NIGHT” for Saline’s Cub Scout
Pack 419. It was a magical night for the 130 attendees. Success
would not have been possible without the generous help from the following
- Doug Scobel - who manned the 20” in the dome.
- John Causland - who wowed the scouts his computerized scope.
- Dave Snyder - who kept up with the zillions of questions they asked.
- Mark Deprest - who explained the solar system with much enthusiasm.
- John Ridley - who inspired many future scientists.
- Paul Walkowski - who kept the focus on Jupiter, despite lots of bumps to
- Bernard Friberg - who helped explain what everyone was seeing.
Thanks to all!
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