First day of Chase’s Eagle Project at the Berlin VFW.
Order of the Arrow came to hold an election. Congrats to John and James for being elected.
Former Assistant Scoutmaster and current Committee Member Kavi Pannu was in Scouting Magazine, as he was interviewed on his work helping to bring about the Sikh Religious Award! A few days later, he was on the BSA National Instagram page as well.
In April, Magnus did 54 miles from the border with Shenandoah National Park up to the AT Conservancy Headquarters in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. His crew left his on day 1, but he fought on until the end anyway. Nice job!
Just a normal meeting opening.
Council event held in Haddonfield where Scouts from Troops and Packs all over South Jersey hike between various houses of worship to learn a little bit about them.
Fun trip! We camped on the beach at Assateague Island National Seashore, where some of the tents blew away (some of the tents ALWAYS blow away). On Saturday, we drove down to Chincoteague Island in Virginia, where we went in the museum to visit Misty, hiked to and climbed the lighthouse, saw some interesting birds at the nature center, and spotted a bunch of wild horses on a hike through the backwater marshes. Then it was back to Maryland for dinner and more horses.
Sunday, horses came right through camp and we headed back to Jersey.
As Scoutmaster, its sometimes best not to ask too many questions.
Reviewing afterwards, this was apparently a popular meeting, despite no one bringing a bear suit.
As I said, as Scoutmaster, its sometimes best not to ask too many questions.
Rodney, where camping in February means 80 degree temperatures and then a massive thunder shower. Seriously.
Tim Smith passes his Eagle Scout Board of Review and becomes our 119th Eagle Scout! Great job Tim!