"We're not just Horsing around!"
I'm looking for more information from SHAC and other sources... but part of the Centennial celebration includes geocaching. The following event is described as a Race of Pinewood derby cars from cache to cache, with online tracking through a registered bug... Any geocachers out there?
I found this link... http://ww2.scouting.org/100years/100years/sitefiles/1000/YourSource...
"Saturday (March 6th) also marks the start of Race to 2010, part of our Get in the Game! 100th Anniversary geocaching program. Pinewood derby cars representing councils, districts, and units across the country will race through this high-tech treasure hunting game. As the cars move from cache to cache, Scouts and Scouters can track their cars progress online as they head toward the finish line, a cache located near the 2010 National Scout Jamboree in Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. Prizes including memorabilia signed by Gordon will be given out in a variety of categories. All your district needs to join in the fun is a pinewood derby car and a Travel Bug tag. If you don't have a tag, you can purchase one for just $4.25 from Geocaching.com. Together, launching our next century of service!"