The Crossroads of America Council, Boy Scouts of America will Tuesday break ground on two new facilities at Camp Belzer in Indianapolis. The Indy-based organization says the $7 million investment is part of a multi-year plan to transform scouting at the camp and provide a premier experience for both scouts and the central Indiana community.
The project includes the Skip & Alex Lange Innovation Center and a maintenance facility. CAC Scout Executive and Chief Executive Officer Joseph E. Wiltrout, Board President John Thompson and other community leaders will be on hand for the groundbreaking ceremony.
Inside INdiana Business will have more on the project in Tuesday afternoon’s INside Edge e-newsletter.