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The new Boy Scout Requirements have been released! These new requirements will be effective January 1st, 2016, but you preview them on-line here: http://www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/2016BoyScoutRequirements_8.14.2015.pdf
Here's the link to sign up for a shift:
The site sales involve Scouts setting up popcorn products and attending to a table outside the entrance to the store. Scouts greet customers and make the sales. Parent Supervisor is there to help Scouts in case of questions, handling money and safety.
We can make arrangements to deliver or pick up popcorn from me. I also have the table, cash box, signs, price charts and donation can. Please let me know if you have questions or need more information.
For Scouts, participating in site sales, online sales and take-order sales will earn you funds for your individual scout accounts. This helps pay for troop and scout activities like summer and winter camps, hikes, camping and extended trips like Bowron.
Let me know if you have questions or need more information. Thank you for helping the troop go.
Connor's mom and Troop Popcorn "Kernal"
Check out the attached flyer to see what cool activities our boy scouts do throughout the year or drop by on Monday nights at First Lutheran Church of Richmond Beach and meet the scouts. 7:15 pm.. - 8:30 p.m.
Photos coming soon!
The scouts retired a number of used American flags from the Shoreline School district in a special ceremony at Richmond Beach in June at the Spring Court of Honor. We also honored service from Nancy and Alan Marx, who have been volunteering to help lead our troop for the past 8 years. Read the article in Shoreline Area
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