Air date for TV show featuring Scouts at Camp Naish changed to June 28
The air date for the episode of “Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy,” filmed in December at Camp Naish in Bonner Springs, has been changed to 8 p.m. Central Standard Time on June 28, the History Channel has announced.
The Heart of America Council of the Boy Scouts originally announced an air date of July 12, a date which they received from the show's production company, Pilgrim Films & Television, according to Randy Kidder, development director for the Heart of America Council. The History Channel changed the air date to June 28 shortly thereafter.
The show was filmed with the help of a troop and venturing crew from Overland Park and the ranger staff at Camp Naish. The show covered outdoor camping skills and other scouting activities. Several of the Scouts earned a cinematography merit badge for the day, according to Tom Johnson, leader of the troop featured in the episode.
The show’s producers had originally told officials with the Boy Scouts Heart of America Council that they expected the episode to be aired in April or May.
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