Monthly Archives: February 2011

Troop Meeting Recap (2/21/2011)

Despite the sudden snow and threats of icy roads, we held an abbreviated meeting last night.  Scouts who could not attend may contact their respective Patrol Leader, his assistant or the SPL/ASPL for a more detailed recap of the topics … Continue reading

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99th Valley Forge Pilgrimage

On Saturday, February 19th, seven Scouts and five adult Scouters traveled to Valley Forge National Park to participate in the 99th annual Valley Forge Pilgrimage.  This event commemorates the hardships endured by the Continental Army during their roughly six month … Continue reading

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Troop Meeting Recap (2/14/2011)

The troop accomplished a lot last night.  Starting the meeting with game time, we progressed through our opening ceremony and continued with an update on our service project — helping with the FBC food pantry. The food pantry will require … Continue reading

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Devotional – A Scout is Cheerful

When you compare this point of the Scout Law to others, it seems pretty easy to follow.  It doesn’t seem as difficult as obedient or requiring as much though at being trustworthy, but it can be difficult to be cheerful … Continue reading

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Troop Meeting Recap (2/7/2011)

During our most recent troop meeting, we discussed several topics: A de-brief from the Klondike Derby — what went well, what could have gone better and what to do about it for next year! A standing service project of working … Continue reading

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Tantaqua Klondike Derby 2/5/2011

After weeks of preparation, Klondike has come and gone like a wild winter weather event — we had snow, sleet, rain and fog, but we also had FUN! We entered two sled teams and each patrol did their very best … Continue reading

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