Weekly eMail Digest 23 Oct 2017

Post date: Oct 22, 2017 10:52:42 PM

Uniform: Class B

Location: New Monmouth School

Upcoming: Citta Campout (3-5 Nov)

“Cold Weather Camping” by Jack Purcell and Dylan Mauro

Game: Dodgeball

Scoutmaster Minute: Mr. Zabriskie

Flags: Patrol 1

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Weekly eMail Digest 16 Oct 2017

Service Project - Pack 122

Field of Flags

Westminster Presbyterian Church

94 Tindall Rd, Middletown, NJ

The patriotic display is part of the church community's tribute to all those members of the military who lost their lives in service during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.

Each flag represents a casualty, as well as the family members and friends who have been touched by that life sacrificed. They also represent our respect for those who have served and are serving in the military.

The Field of Flags stands in silent tribute for one month.

Yours In Scouting,

Will Davis

Troop 122 Big Bears

Senior Patrol Leader

Change of Rank Requirements

We have become aware that there is a requirement in the most recent version of the scout handbook that all scouts must meet the rank advancement requirements as listed in the most recent version of the scout manual.

The most current rank requirements can be found at the Monmouth Council website. The requirements can also be found by going directly to Scouting.org.

The requirements are in a printable format that you can print and put in your book. You do not need to purchase a new book. You will need to review with your scoutmaster what you have already completed with the old requirements.

Yours in Scouting,

Rich Klawunn

Committee Chair

Troop 122, Big Bears

Thanks from Jonathan

Dear Scouters,

Thank you to all who came out to my Eagle Scout project. It was a lot of work and we were short some guys but everyone stepped up and I wanted to thank you guys for that. You guys made my project a success.

Thank you

Jonathan Nickel