The Mason-Dixon Council quilt represents the life of the youth at summer camp. The center of the quilt you will find the Camp Fire. Many activities happen around the campfire. Friends are made and stories are told and warmth is shared. As we move from the center out, you will see the heart of camp, the scouts. Each is wearing the uniform colors that signifying the program they participate in as a scout. As we move closer to the edge of the quilt you will find the woods and the lake with canoes and oars. This is where the life of camp takes place and the life long memories are made. Finally, the outer edge of the quilt are swatches of the color that represent Scouting. Blue and gold for Cub Scouts. Green and red for Scouts and green again for venturing.