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NB Troop #315 Newsletter – Jan. 2017

submitted by Shawn Benjamin, Scoutmaster

Happy New Year Troop. 2017 will be a lot of fun for the scouts. We’ve planned everything from White water rafting to go carting this year. I’m including a calendar of what’s on the list for us so keep these dates noted.

January 8 Court of Honor for Danny, Tyler, Hank, and Cody at 2:00 pm NBMSHS
January 13 First Aid Meet in B.G.
January 15 Finish Plumbing Merit Badge
February 3 – 5 Winter Camp at Miakonda
February 15 Court of Honor Scout Ranks Virginia Theater
March 4-5 Camp Alaska at Doc Roberts
March ?? Blue Gold Ceremony
April 7 Pancake Supper
April ?? Spring Camporee
May 19-20 Armed Forces Camp
May 19-21 Retro camp at Miakonda
June 7 Monsoon Lagoon Go Carts and Water slides
June 18 – 24 Summer Camp and Camp Frontier
July 9 Family Picnic and Scout Awards
July 29 Good Ol Summertime Fundraiser
August 14-16 White water Rafting at Ohio Pyle
Septmeber 22-24 Luckey Fest

January 13 First Aid Meet in B.G.

The meet test scouts on First aid requirements from Tenderfoot, 2nd class and 1st class, It meets all requirements in their scout book for each rank. We’ll meet at 6:00 pm at scout-house and drive to B.G.. no cost and scout are fed. Return time is 9:30 pm

February 3 – 5 Winter Camp at Miakonda

Annual Wood District Winter camp. Scouts will sleep in cabins and program is planned for Saturday. Cost is $10.00 and includes lunch on Sat. We are cooking supper that night and voted on beef stew. Below is grocery list. Parents, please pick one item from the list and bring to meeting. Let me know what you have chosen

Frozen carrots 4 small bags
Frozen green beans 4 small bags
Frozen corn 4 small bags
Frozen peas 4 small bags
5 lbs Idaho potatoes
beef shredded 4 lbs can be split by 2 families
1 small bag sugar
8 packs kool-aid lemon-aid
3 lbs ham deli
3 packs buns burger
1 head lettuce
2 tomatoes
2 bags chips asst.

The ham is for Friday night quick meal since we are setting up . Sunday breakfast is already taken care of by Frank and Arron.

taken from this bog http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2015/08/13/john-waynes-take-scout-law/

What was John Wayne’s take on the Scout Law

In 1979, dignitaries including President Gerald Ford honored Academy Award-winning actor John Wayne at a dinner hosted by the BSA’s Los Angeles Area Council.
The council named the John Wayne Outpost Camp after The Duke, paying tribute to the actor only a few months before his death on June 11, 1979.
It was at this dinner that Wayne shared his own interpretation of the Scout Law and what it means to him. (This script is from the May-June 1979 issue of Scouting found in our archives.)

“A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent,” he said.
“Nice words. Trouble is, we learn them so young we sometimes don’t get all the understanding that goes with them. I take care of that with my family. As each boy reaches Scout age, I make sure he learns the Scout Law. Then I break it down for him with a few things I’ve picked up in the more than half century since I learned it.
“A Scout is …

Trustworthy – The badge of honesty. Having it lets you look any man straight in the eye. Lacking it, he won’t look back. Keep this one at the top of your list.

Loyal – The very word is life itself, for without loyalty we have no love of person or country.

Helpful – Part sharing, part caring. By helping each other, we help ourselves, not to mention mankind. Be always full of help — the dying man’s last words.

Friendly – Brotherhood is part of that word. You can take it in a lot of directions — and do — but make sure and start with brotherhood.

Courteous – Allow each person his human dignity, which means a lot more than saying “yes ma’am” and “Thank you, sir.” It reflects an attitude that later in life you “wish you had honored more … earlier in life.” Save yourself that problem. Do it now.

Kind – This one word would stop wars and erase hatreds. But it’s like your bicycle. It’s just no good unless you get out and use it.

Obedient – Start at home, practice it on your family, enlarge it to your friends, share it with humanity.

Cheerful – Anyone can put on a happy face when the going’s good. The secret is to wear it as a mask for your problems. It might surprise you how many others do the same thing.

Thrifty – Means a lot more than putting pennies away, and it’s the opposite of cheap. Common sense covers it just about as well as anything.

Brave – You don’t have to fight to be brave. Millions of good, fine, decent folks show more bravery than heavyweight champs just by getting out of bed every morning, going out to do a good day’s work, and living the best life they know how against a lot of odds. Brave. Keep the word handy every day of your life.

Clean – Soap and water help a lot on the outside. But it’s the inside that counts and don’t ever forget it.

Reverent – Believe in anything that you want to believe in, but keep God at the top of it. With Him, life can be a beautiful experience. Without Him, you are just biding time.

Wayne thanked the hosts for putting his name on the Scout camp, adding, “I would rather see it here than on all the theater marquees the world over.”

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