The medallion for the 38th Woodsmoke Rendezvous is a beaver, the fur-bearing animal that opened Canada and the western United States to trappers and the mountain men. Beaver pelts were so valued that they were once used as a unit of currency. The North American beaver population was almost wiped out by 1930, but conservation measures have since restored their numbers to relatively healthy numbers.
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The first 200 registered Scouts and adults will receive one of these beautiful reminders of this year’s event. Registration lists and payment should be sent to the Woodsmoke Scribe at 102 Grayson Drive, Enterprise, AL 36330 by November 15 to avoid a late fee! Checks should be made out to Woodsmoke.