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Boy Scout Troop 597 is busy planning their 8thannual Antique & Classic Car Show & Community Carnival. It will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Daniel Boone Middle School. The Middle School is located at 1845 Weavertown Road in Douglassville.  The rain date is April 26thfrom 11:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. This event has something for everyone…cars, games, vendors, music, and fabulous food! A visit to the troop website,, will provide more information and all entry forms (car entry forms, table space registration forms for vendors, businesses, & community groups, and advertising forms) Or people can email the troop with questions at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 610-781-7293.

More details:

Car entry: $15 pre-registered; $20 day of show (dash plaques & goodie bags for the first 100 cars) Trophies awarded by people’s choice in 9 separate categories as well as overall “Best in Show” and overall “Scout’s Choice”,

Table Space: Rent a 10 x 10 ft space (or two) at our carnival. Church, school, & community groups can rent a space and sell items or run a game. Businesses can rent a space and hold a raffle to promote their business. A great fundraising opportunity plus a way to highlight your group to the community. The troop reserves the right to deny certain types of vendors based on scouting values and regulations.

Advertising space: during the show, booklets are handed out that include the voting ballot, history and information about the troop, and ads & coupons from our sponsors. Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing space in our booklet. Full, half, and ¼ page ads are available at very reasonable prices.

A table from one sheet of plywood?  Yes it can be done and whenever we camp with other Troops we are routinely asked about our tables among other things.

With some research we have found a few different plans for the tables, two images below which are also presented as links at the bottom with two additional links for PDF files for other drawings.

Note: for the drawing below we do not use the cleats on the underside of the tabletop, nor do we use the hooks.  Building them this way allows the tables to breakdown and stack in a much smaller area.


To help teach knots and lashings in a way that is first and foremost, FUN.


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