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SCOUTING SMOKE SIGNALS

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Raymond Andrew McCune - Cub Scout Pack 3025’s newest member preparing to enjoy his meal at the Pack’s Blue & Gold Banquet.)IT'S CUB SCOUT PINEWOOD DERBY TIME

Note: Attention all Cub Scout units! Bring us the results of your Pinewood Derby races. Let us know the Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of your derby. Who your sponsor is, What your pack number is, Who your winners are, How many are in your pack and how many entered, When your derby was held, and where. What are the names of your leaders? Bring pictures if you have them.

 

OLD POP-UP CAMPER WANTED

Boy Scout Troop 44 is in need of a 'gear' trailer. Do you have an old pop-up camping trailer or other suitable trailer that you don't want? Want to donate it to Portage Creek Camp Association, sponsors of Boy Scout Troop 44? The troop needs a trailer to haul camping gear and would prefer something that can be closed and locked. Donations should be tax deductible. Call Jack Shepard at 436-2422 or Ray McCune at 747-6512 or 747-4535.

 

IT'S GIRL SCOUT COOKIE TIME

Something new or at least new to this writer – the Girl Scouts are now bringing cookies to your door – no more waiting for your order to be processed. That's what I like; cookies on demand, no waiting. I must admit I'm a cookie junkie and have to date, bought more than my share of boxes. I like them all but prefer any cookie with peanut butter in or on it. I predict that the Girl Scouts will sell more cookies using this new method.
Please troop leaders, give me information on your troop and where you can be contacted if I get a cookie craving and run out, I will publish names and phone numbers right here in SCOUTING SMOKE SIGNALS.

This column is for ALL Scouting information.

 

AMERICAN HERITAGE MERIT BADGE WORKSHOP

This workshop will be held at the Lincoln Museum, 200 East Berry Street, Wednesday, April 3, 2002 from 9:30am to 2:30pm. Scouts attending this workshop will complete a significant portion of the American Heritage merit badge requirements. Bring a sack lunch. Scouts will not be allowed to leave the building during lunch break.

Scouts attending this workshop must be accompanied by an adult. Parents or scout leaders may be responsible for 1 scout or their entire troop. Cost is $8 per scout (includes museum admission, materials, instruction, and the American Heritage merit badge book).

Registration deadline is Wednesday, March 27, 2002. Register at the Anthony Wayne Area Boy Scout Council Headquarters, 8315 W. Jefferson Blvd.

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