The Allohak Council, Boy Scouts of America, will have a "Day of Reunion" hosted at Camp Kootaga in Walker, W.Va. on June 21. The Allohak Council serves thousands of young men throughout W.Va. and Ohio. The property known as Camp Kootaga, a 634 acre scout camp along the Hughes River, was purchased in 1922 and the first summer camp was held that same year. A Kiowa Indian named J. Dongannah helped organize the camp and named the camp, Camp Kootaga which means "Good Friends". Over the last 92 years, thousands of young men have participated in the program, helping them grow up into upstanding citizens and outstanding individuals in our communities.