June 7, 2017 –
June 7 | August 2
Old Courthouse | 11 North 4th Street, St. Louis, MO
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Register at 877-982-1410 or 314-982-1410
Call-in reservations for December class begin Oct. 3
Call-in reservations for June & August classes begin Jan. 2
Does protecting the law involve bravery? Does telling the truth equal courage? Investigate the judicial system and its important role in our society. Scouts re-enact a trial in our historic courtrooms and debate historic and contemporary issues. An attorney and a National Park Service Law Enforcement Ranger discuss their roles and responsibilities in society. This workshop is free and Scouts need only to attend one date. (May need to bring money for city parking.) Attendance is only required at one of the dates listed above.
The reservation number is 877-982-1410 or 314-982 1410.
Additional Information: Scouts should report to the Old Courthouse, where the entire workshop will take place. Scouts may bring a light snack to eat during one of the morning breaks. No lunch break will be given.