The series is designed for families and children ages 4-13.
Grossology registration is open to children age 4 and older.
“As soon as I got a baton in my hand, I wouldn’t let go,” she said.
The convention runs March 18-19 at Cox Convention Center.
Science Museum Oklahoma, Myriad Botanical Gardens, Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center and many more offer activities during the school break.
“The best thing for me is giving them the chance to change, giving them the chance to shine,” Mosley said.
“This is just a really great opportunity because they are eager to learn about all these different topics, get the badges, get the belt loops and pins,” McKenzie said.
The breakfast raises funds for Thunder Cares Foundation, which supports basketball court refurbishments and Make-A-Wish Foundation events.
The event will be hosted by former Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Turpen and former Oklahoma City Mayor Kirk Humphreys.
The camp moves to Tulsa beginning Jan. 6.