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Troop 48 Update - 12/1/17
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Troop 48 Update - 12/1/17

Posted on Sun, Dec 3, 2017

Greenery for Sale

We have some extra greenery items for sale, listed below. If you sell one or would like to purchase one, please let Mrs. Marjorie Reynolds know (marjreynolds@gmail.com), and turn in the money to her. The items listed below are available to sell on a first come, first served basis. It would be great if everyone just tried to sell one more item, we could get this all sold and maximize our profits.

 

1 Classic Spray - $31 – discounted to $22

3 Cranberry Splash Sprays - $37 – discounted to $28

1 Candlelit Centerpiece - $43 – discounted to $34

2 North Star Table Trees - $44 – discounted to $35

3 36” Classic Wreaths - $58 – discounted to $45

2 36” Victorian Wreaths - $65 – discounted to $52

1 36” Cranberry Splash Wreath - $66 – discounted to $53

 

Awards Court of Honor and Christmas Party Potluck – December 12

We invite all of our Scouts and their families to attend our Christmas party potluck, which will start 1 hour earlier on December 12 at6:00 PM. Please sign up to bring food at this link: Sign Up

All Scouts should bring a wrapped gift for a gift exchange (limit $20). We will also have our Awards Court of Honor that night. All board of reviews and merit badges to be awarded should be completed turned in to Mrs. Vietzke by Tuesday, December 5th. 

 

Christmas Basket Service Project – December 19

We will be delivering food baskets to four needy families at 4:00 pm on Tuesday December 19 (there is no regular Troop meeting that night). We need Scouts and adult drivers to volunteer to help assemble and deliver the baskets – please sign up with Mr. Richard Ralph (raintekirrigation@gmail.com).  Pizza will be provided for those participating after the deliveries are made.

 

Religious Emblem Program Offered

Faith Presbyterian will be offering classes beginning in January to enable Scouts to earn the Religious Emblem, taught by the youth leader, Jon Fuschi. This is not only limited to Presbyterians, each religion has its own booklet and the Scout will work with their own religious leaders during the framework of the class offered at FPC. The Scout Law teaches us that a Scout is reverent to God, and this is an important opportunity for our Scouts to grow stronger in their faith. More information will be provided at the December Court of Honor on December 12th. The Religious Emblem award is one of the few that a Scout can continue to wear on their adult uniform.

 

Upcoming Events 

Dec 4 – Troop Committee Meeting

Dec 8-9 – December campout – Huntsville Space Center

Dec 12 – Awards Court of Honor and Christmas Potluck – 6:00 PM

Dec 18 – Patrol Leaders Council Meeting – 7 PM

Dec 19 – Christmas Baskets Service Project – 4 PM (no Troop meeting)

Dec 26 – No Troop Meeting

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