In 2010, the Sand Pond Society joined the Weboree to replace the totem poles that welcome Scouts to camp near the camp office. The former totem poles were carved by Scouter Dave Dion in the mid 90s and have been featured in countless photos since then.
The poles were starting to show signs of significant rot. When they were removed, we found that the logs were hollow and full of insects. The new poles are carved from white oak by a local artist.
The totem on the right depicts the Scout's path through the ranks of Scouting. The totem on the left is based on a traditional Lenni Lenape totem pole that might have been found in the area long ago.