Sunday, April 3, 2016

Cub Scout Pack 24 visits BAHS

The Biological and Allied Health Club hosted Cub Scout Pack 24 for an evening dedicated to animal biology. The scouts had the opportunity to meet and learn about the corn snake, the red-earred slider turtle, Madagascar hissing cockroaches,the Cuban knight anole,the bearded dragon lizard, the European green crab, the red crayfish, and the goldfish. Introducing the cub scouts to the animals in the BAHS labs were club members Jenny Young, Justin Vandermolen, Dana Frobese, Jean Place, Torrey Brubaker, Jade Hensinger, Elyse Shultz, MacKenzie McDowell, and Juliana Hernandez. Lending their expertise were Dr. Barry Nolt and BAHS Club advisors Dr. Jennifer Venditti and Angela Hess.

Dana  enjoys showing off the red-earred slider.
Dr. Nolt discusses animal pelts with the Cub Scouts.
Elyse expertly describes the Madagascar hissing cockroach!
Jean shares her expertise with the Cub Scouts.
The Cub Scouts and the Biology and Allied Health Science Club pose in Hartline lobby after visiting the bird specimens.