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Details About Monday’s Presidential Visit
On Monday afternoon, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, becomes the eighth president to visit a national jamboree. President Trump’s visit will precede the stadium show scheduled for Monday, July 24. Experiencing a presidential visit is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and all Scouts, Venturers, Leaders, and Staff should begin preparing for one of the Jamboree’s signature moments.
Presidential visits involve a lot of coordination across the Jamboree, from subcamp mobilization to program adjustments. This information, along with information about security measures and what is allowed inside the stadium is now available.
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A Longstanding Jamboree Tradition
Presidential visits are a longstanding Jamboree tradition: 8 of 12 sitting presidents during a Jamboree have attended in person to celebrate Scouting’s contribution to America.
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