BSA TROOP 1011
George Welborn – Committee Chairman (678) 644-9376
Tom Whitfield – Scoutmaster: firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire Count – Newsletter Editor: email@example.com
Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church, 4385 Lower Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30068
Tom King, Charter Organization Rep. (770) 645-1496
MAY 2010 CALENDAR Scouts, Leaders -
1 -2 OA Ordeal The campout should be just short of spectacular, if
3 Advancement Night everything comes off as planned. Logistically this is
7:00 First Years Report the single largest event to ever take place at Bert
5 TLC and ASM Meeting 7:30 PM Adams Scout Reservation.
8 MERIT BADGE – Personal Fitness
Summer Camp Physicals Appointments The meeting covered a number of important
ONLY Troop 1011 things. The single most important item was that
9 Mother’s Day each scout must be able to carry his gear via
10 Drug Awareness Presentation backpack. ALL attendees will need a full
Final Primary Summer camp Payment Due complement of BP gear.
12 7:30 Campout pre-meeting Please mark your calendars for a campout pre-
Boy’s State Application Deadline meeting 7:30, Wed, 5/12 at the Scout Hut where
Skills Review we will review all logistics and final outing details.
13 District Round Table (cont. next page)
14-16 2010 Centennial Encampment
16 Eagle Court of Honor – Luke E. 1 Calendar , Lead Story, Table of Contents
17 Troop Meeting 2 Top Stories
19 Skills Review
20 Eagle District Board of review 2-4 Upcoming Events & Merit Badge News
21 Last Day of School 4-5 LOOKING AHEAD
22 MERIT BADGE: Canoeing at Lake Alatoona
Ranger Camp Open House
5 National and District Events
23-29 NYLT Training Week 1 for 1011 Scouts 5-6 Recognition & Accomplishments & Scout
23 Eagle Court of Honor – Marshall H. Shout Outs & Birthdays
24 Troop Meeting 6-7 FLASHBACKS on what we have done
26 Skills Review
28-31 Canoe Trip Okefenokee Swamp 8 Eagle Scout News
29 Memorial Day Flag Placement 9 Miscellaneous Items
31 Memorial Day 10-12 Attachments
(No Troop Meeting)
13 Form for Submittal of Service Hours
Source: Troop calendar Campout of the Century ( Cont. from page 1)
Items of note:
Campout of the
CENTURY Current Medical has to be on file to attend
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BP tents only, 2 or 3 to a tent to conserve classes conducted by the Atlanta Area Council to
space. The Troop has 5 and we can borrow expand their knowledge and training skills. If you, as
others if needed. Most adult leaders and an adult, wish to start or expand your Boy Scout
older scouts will use personal tent. training, please contact Mr. John Lavoy, ASM for
The troop will purchase food and distribute additional information.
at the pre-meeting along with tents.
We will be camping Jamboree style - (aka
tight quarters) Get Involved
We will depart the Church 6:45 PM. Eat Submitted by G Welborn
dinner before you leave.
BP checklist forthcoming with other details. Volunteering – The Troop has a wonderful group of
Adults Traveling to the Campout. Be sure willing volunteers but we always need more. If you
your medical forms are current too – parts A have not signed up to assist with any of the Troop
& C. Bring newly completed forms to the activities, please let me know and we can find a
Wednesday meeting on 5/12. See email spot for you to apply your skills. We request that all
from me for more details and the form. families help with at least one event or activity.
Tom Whitfield , Scoutmaster UPCOMING EVENTS This Month
MAY 8th Personal Fitness MB clinic
TOP STORIES : Submitted by G Welborn
Volunteers Needed for Party Planning
Submitted by CG Kauffmann Troop 1011 will conduct a personal fitness
MB clinic on Saturday, May 8, from 8:30-
Do you like to help with parties?? Then have 12:30. This is a great time to start the 3
fun working with Diane Hadden & CG Kauffmann months of exercise needed for this merit
by assisting with our Eagle Scout receptions! This is badge. You will have much more time for
perfect for moms of first or second year scouts who exercise this summer when the weather is
are looking for a way to get involved with the Troop nice than when school is in session or when
and for moms of scouts who are on the Eagle path it’s cold outside. The sign-up sheet is in the
so they can get familiar with the Eagle ceremony Scout Meeting Room.
and reception process. Just email Diane at
firstname.lastname@example.org or CG at May 12 – SKILLS Review
email@example.com. 7:30 Pre meeting for Campout of the Century
Boys State Application Deadline
Summer Camp Payments due
Submitted by G Welborn May 13 – Round table and OA Meeting
All summer camp payments are now due in full. District Round Table :
Please drop off your checks made out to Troop Targeted for Scout Leaders, Cub Leaders,
1011 at the scout office. If you need information on Venture Leaders or anyone interested in learning
the amount you have paid or the amount of scout more about all things Scouting in our district,
credits you have available, please contact our this informative meeting is held on the second
Troop Treasurer, Janet Masiarczyk, at
Thursday of each month at Roswell Street
Baptist Church. Scouts, Cubs, and Venturers
open the meeting, and then adjourn to separate
WOOD BADGE for ADULTS
Submitted by M Weber meetings and breakouts.
Mr. Keven Hatcher, ASM, along with Mr. Mark
Weber, ASM, are currently attending Wood Badge
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Contact Al Friel for information regarding the Scouts – We want to have your input, too. Submit
meetings, or see the Chicken Sheet here. articles, stories, or photos.
Order of the Arrow May 29th – Memorial Day Flag Placement Service
The Egwa Tawa Dee Lodge of the Project
Submitted by J. Hall
Kennesaw Chapter of the Order
of the Arrow meets on the Troop 1011 will be a part of the annual Memorial
second Thursday of each month Day Flag Placement Service Project at Marietta
at the Roswell St. Baptist Church, at 7:30 pm. All National Cemetery on Saturday, May 29 th. All
OA members are urged to attend these monthly scouts are encouraged to attend and take part in
meetings, especially the Troop OA Rep. this special service to honor those who made the
supreme sacrifice for our country. It is a wonderful
way to begin your Memorial Day weekend and
http://sites.google.com/site/kenesawchapter/ remember those in your family that have served.
We will have a church bus for transportation and
appreciate any parents that would be willing to
May 14 – 16 Camp Out of the Century drive. A flyer with details and permission slip is
attached and a notebook on the table in the Scout
May 16 – Eagle Court of Honor – Luke E. ===================================
Details in invitation attached at the end
May – 20 Eagle District Board of Review NEWS
Submitted by J Hall – Merit
Third Thursday of every month, Mt. Paran North Badge Coordinator
Church of God.
MAY 8th - Eagle required
Eagle Boards of Review: by reservation only. Personal Fitness Merit Badge.
Council approval required before board of
review can be scheduled. The Troop will hold a clinic Saturday, May 8th from
8:30 – 12:30 in the meeting room. Permission form
with more details is in the attachment.
May 23 –
Eagle Court of Honor – Marshall H. Bring a snack and come dressed in tennis
shoes and comfortable clothes for running
Newsletter Submission Deadline: 25th of each month We would appreciate several parents help
to record initial results for the Scouts’ fitness
Submit articles and photos no later than the 25th. logs. You would need to arrive at 11:15.
Please email me if you would like to help.
Information includes but is not limited to:
Activity reports ( family campout) If you are one of the many scouts carrying a
Upcoming merit badge clinics partial for this badge , you do not have to
Upcoming activities (camping, hiking) attend the entire clinic. Please email me and
Shout outs and other recognitions we will make arrangements.
Eagle project workdays – to be submitted There will be another Personal Fitness Clinic offered
by the Scout and not his parents this year.
Eagle ceremony information
Alumni news 2010 Historical Merit Badge Program
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For the 100th Anniversary of Boy Scouts in America
four vintage merit badges are being released for The Merit Badge Calendar is updated regularly.
the Centennial Year only. The badges are Make it your planning tool. If you would like to
Carpentry, Pathfinding, Signaller and Tracking and receive updates, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
have a history traced back to the origins of Rodrigo Cano, Merit Badge Clinic Coordinator for
scouting. The Troop recently held a clinic for BSA Foothills District, AAC.
Pathfinding and 36 scouts earned the badge.
Pathfinding was originally offered in 1911 and ------------------------
discontinued in 1952. We will be offering another
Pathfinding Clinic later this year and are looking WHAT’S COMING IN NEXT
into opportunities for scouts to earn the other MONTH
badges. More information about the history and
requirements for these badges can be found at
2 TLC and ASM Meeting
BoyScouts/AdvancementandAwards/historical_m 3 Legion Dinner for the Venture Crew
b_program.aspx 4-12 Bimini Sailing Trip
5 Troop 203 Overnight
Merit Badge Books 9 Skills Review
10 Roaun Table and OA meeting
Summer camp is fast approaching and you will 12 American Legion Flag Retirement
need to read and take with you to camp the Merit 14 Flag Day, Flag Retirement, Troop
Badge Books for your badges. The Troop has a Meeting
large library of books available for you to use. The 16 Skills Review
library is in the two bottom file cabinets in the Merit
17 Eagle District Board of Review
Badge Room. If you need help finding it, please let
me or Ian Count, the current Troop Librarian, know 19 Troop 111 Overnight
and we will be glad to help you. We also 20 Father’s Day
appreciate donations. Please leave books on the 20-26 Primary Summer Camp – Raven Knob
table next to the file cabinet for the Librarian to file. 21 Troop Meeting
23 Skills review
Take advantage of this Troop resource and save 26 Troop 111 Overnight
money and a trip to the Scout Shop. A Scout is
Thank you so much!
Merit Badge Counselors always needed NEXT MONTH…
If you would like to be a counselor or help in a
Community Service Opportunity – Mt Bethel VBS
clinic, please contact Janet Hall at Submitted by J Hall
email@example.com or Mark Weber at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know if you Hi Scouts,
would like to help. Thanks!
Mount Bethel will be again offering their fun
The Merit Badge Calendar Vacation Bible School program. Last year our scouts
had a great time working with their friends helping
http://www.meritbadge.info/index.html the church. You can use the time towards
community service requirements for rank
Mission: To assist Boy Scouts to locate merit badge advancement or 8 hours of charitable work with
opportunities outside their own troop.
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one organization required for the Citizenship in the Congratulations to the following Scouts elected to
Community Merit Badge. The dates for VBS are the Order of the Arrow and Adults.
June 7th -11th, 12:30 -3:30 and July 19th-23rd , 9:30-
12:30. You are asked to come 30 minutes early and
breakfast/ light lunch provided. The church will give
you a letter stating your hours worked. Contact
Janet for the volunteer form is attached. Let me Dylan G.
know if you have questions. Thank you! Cody H.
Janet Zachery S.
770-542-9044 Charles S.
NATIONAL and CENTENNIAL Events Adults
NYLT – National Youth Leadership Training Patricia Rossman
Submitted by J Hall Mark Weber
5 Scouts from 1011 will be attending NYLT this May.
William B., Walker C., William H., Zachery S. and Congrats to Will R. who has earned the "God and
Gabriel W. will attend week long training in Life" award. He completed a religious education
leadership skills and the Unit Program at Camp program for high school age youth. He would like to
Jamison – Bert Adams Scout Reservation. thank Mr. John LeVoy and Reverend Will Parker for
helping him to complete this program. ( Submitted by
National Boy Scout Jamboree 2010 Patricia R.)
Submitted by A Friel
The following 1011 Scouts completed the weekend
Submitted by J Hall
pre-Jamboree Shakedown weekend at Camp Bert
Adams. Peter D., Dylan G., Shane G., William H.,
Congratulations to the following Scouts who earned
Hunter H., Cody H., Neil R., Will R., Zachery S.,
religious awards and now have the honor of
DeFord S., Gabriel W., Connor W. and Lawson W..
wearing the religious emblem square knot patch.
These Scouts will be part of a group of 216 Scouts
The courses took several weeks of study requiring
from the Atlanta Area Council attending the 2010
outside class work and visits with ministers and to
National Jamboree at Fort A.P Hill, VA. They will
churches. Special thanks to John LaVoy, Randy
depart July 23rd camp overnight at Camp
Hudon, John Henry, and Jim Hanks for leading the
Pendleton, Virginia Beach. Tour the Naval Yards
Scouts through the program.
and Nautilus Museum aboard the U.S.S. Wisconsin.
They will then go to Fort A.P. Hill, VA for nine days of God and Life - Will R.
fun and activity with 45,000 fellow Scouts at the
2010 National Jamboree. God and Church
We are Proud of Our SCOUTS William H.
Congratulations to our new Hunter H.
Eagle Scouts: Cody H.
#219 Matthew C. Neil R.
#220 Luke E. Zach S.
Order of the Arrow
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What has your Scout done? Send shout Railroading Merit Badge Clinic
Submitted by J Hall
outs to Cecount@earthlink.net by the 25th
to be included in next newsletter Mr. Friel and Mr. Biggs held a Railroading Merit
Badge Clinic on April 17th. 29 scouts earned the
Birthdays: badge and 1011 hosted two visiting scouts. This was
the first merit badge earned for many First Years.
Best wishes to Scouts with birthdays this Scouts had a very busy morning learning about
various types of trains, safety, and history. A special
month. thank you to Mr. Biggs for teaching sharing his
model railroad with scouts and teaching with Mr.
S., Hayden Pathfinding Merit Badge Clinic
K., Jamie Submitted by J Hall
R., Joseph The Troop recently held a clinic for Pathfinding and
C., Michael 36 scouts earned the badge. Pathfinding was
C., Ian originally offered in 1911 and discontinued in 1952.
H., Spencer The badge’s requirements are short and teach fun
S., Ryan basic skills every boy would enjoy, such as proper
S., Adam way to use a hammer, give directions, Morse
W., Alex Code, and make casts of animal tracks. We will
T., Aaron be offering another Pathfinding Clinic later this year
C., Conner and are looking into opportunities for scouts to earn
the other badges.
Happy Birthday to ALL! Friends of Scouting Close Out Report for 2010
Submitted by S Spencer
Parents of Scouts and Scouters with Troop 1011:
Where we have been and What we I wanted to report on our Troop results for the 2010
have done: Friends of Scouting Campaign. With y'alls support
here in the past two weeks we have met and
Stars? Oh Yeah! exceeded our goal -- raising $ 11,095.00 against a
Submitted by P. Hill goal of $ 10,000.00 -- about an 11% overage.
Life Scouts Parks C., Hunter H. and Michael Although we reached our dollar goal, we still are
S. talked with college football, volleyball, seeing contributions from less than half of the more
gymnastics and swimming champions during the than 100 families associated with the Troop. If you
2010 Peach of an Athlete Role Model Banquet. have not contributed to this current campaign,
Troop 1011 has been honored with conducting the please consider doing so -- you can still make an
flag ceremony at the Peach of an Athlete banquet email pledge at:
for nearly a decade. This year, the Dragon Patrol http://www.foothillsbsa.org/content/2010-family-
trio led the flag ceremony and were treated to a friends-scouting-pledge-form
feast of a dinner at the new Cobb Energy Centre.
Hawks star Al Horford was honored with the Again, Thank You to all of our contributors this year.
professional athlete award. Any Scout who likes
sports should sign up for next spring's Peach of an Wood Badge
Athlete banquet. Submitted by A Friel
Keven Hatcher and Mark Weber are participating
in the rigorous Wood Badge Program. Wood
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Badge is Scouting’s premier training course to The Ordeal was at the Woodruff Scout Reservation
teach the skills and methods of Scouting the first in Blue Ridge/Blairsville Georgia area.
course was taught in 1919 by Lord Baden – Powell,
the founder of Scouting. Good luck to Keven and Scouts: Cody H.
Mark! Zachery S.
Historical Trek April 9th – 11th, 2010
Submitted by A Friel Adults: Pat Hill, Patricia Rossman , Mark Weber
Nine Scouts and Four Adults went to Veterans State Additionally, Hunter H. served
Park for a weekend of camping; a 3 hour tour of as "Elangomat", leading the Troop 1011 candidates
the Air Force Museum of Aviation at Robbins Air thru the Ordeal and Induction and sleeping out in
Force Base was a major high point of our activity. the open air on 30 April with the Ordeal candidates
The pioneer camp site at Veteran’s has 3 and under canvas on 1 May.
Adirondacks and a large pavilion located on the
banks of Lake Blackshear. After an early breakfast Special Thanks to Henry and George Mingledorff
and packing a picnic lunch we drove to and Mark Oviatt for serving on the Cook Crew up at
Andersonville to visit the National Historic Site. After Woodruff during the Ordeal and providing those
an extended visit to the POW Museum we hiked the "tasty", scant rations for the Ordeal Candidates and
National Prison Historical Hike, a 3 mile history lesson the great meal on Saturday night for somewhere
through the National Cemetery, Camp Sumter the north of 500 folks.
site of the largest Confederate Military Prison
established during the Civil War in the town of Adult Training Courses Completed
Andersonville which earned our scouts the BSA
Historical Trail Award. Submitted by J Hall
Tom Minick, Dennis Bowman, Casey Sullivan and
Great Smoky Mountain Railroad Campout, April 23rd Scott Reale recently completed SALT / ITOLS
– 25th, 2010 training with the Fothills District. The course
Submitted by A Friel
combined SALT, Scoutmaster and Assistants Leader
Training and ITOLS, Introduction to Outdoor Leader
Thanks to Grace Battle for arranging this rail trip. 13 Skills. The program uses the patrol method to teach
Scouts and 5 adults had a “wet” but great adult leadership skills needed for Scoutmasters and
campout. Our camp site at Deer Creek was Assistants and the outdoor skills to lead boys in the
located next to a fast running mountain stream. Outdoor Program. Eric Hood completed the SALT
The scouts cooked waffles and sausages for class.
breakfast, packed a picnic lunch for the train trip
and Dutch oven chicken pot pie for dinner. The John LaVoy and Janet Hall completed Wilderness
train ride via our private caboose from Bryson City First Aid training with the Atlanta Area Council. The
to the Nantahala Gorge and return was really the class is designed to teach First Aid skills in situations
highlight of our trip. Thanks to Grace Battle, Dennis where medical help is delayed.
Bowman, Ben Milam, Shannon Claffey and Will Many of the basic training classes for BSA are
Cannon from Troop 444 for making it happen! available online at http://olc.scouting.org/ . Check
out the site for Youth Protection and other classes.
Order of The Arrow Ordeal Information for District classes can be found at
Submitted by S Spencer
http://www.foothillsbsa.org/training or contact
John LaVoy with Troop 1011 at
Over the past weekend -- Friday, 30 April thru email@example.com . Every Scout deserves a
Sunday, 2 May 2010 -- several Troop 1011 trained leader.
members completed their Ordeal for the Order of
the Arrow and were inducted in as "Ordeal"
members of the Egwa Tawa Dee Lodge (# 129) of
the Atlanta Area Council. They all slept out of doors
in the open air on Friday night, 30 April, and spent
the night of Saturday night, 1 May, under canvas.
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************** NOTE that the Scout must submit this information to
the Editor. It should not be submitted by one of his
LANDING We would gladly also print a thank you to
participants and summary on how the project went
if submitted by the scout. Before and after pictures
EAGLE SCOUT are welcome, too.
Eagle Project Approvals Submitted by A. Friel
Justin G. 1-21-10
When a Life Scout is ready to start his Eagle project, Preston E. 2-18-10
he should contact Mr. Huffman on his cell phone Zachery C. 2-18-10
(678/910-8051) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
James S. 2-18-10
Mr. Huffman will go over the draft of the project Jonathan G 3-18-10
with the Life Scout, or help with the details to get #219 Matthew C.
the project into a draft form. He will continue to #220 Luke E.
work with the scout until the project is in final form
and help get the required signatures from the Troop
leaders. Mr. Huffman will then take the project,
make copies and forward the project to the District
for final approval. We have had excellent results
getting projects approved the first time around
when submitted this way. If you have any Service Hours
questions, please feel free to call Mr. Huffman or e- Submitted by G. Welborn
mail him at email@example.com.
Scouts and Parents please remember to turn in your
service hours to the Troop. Last year the troop had
Eagle Ceremony fewer hours on record than past years. This was not
because we did not volunteer in our community,
Families looking to schedule an Eagle ceremony rather due to a lack of reporting. These numbers
should contact one of our Eagle Ceremony are reported to the District. Please receive credit
Coordinators: for the work you are doing in the community. Any
- Diane Hadden 770-639-2817 or volunteer activity that parents or scouts participate
firstname.lastname@example.org; in should be reported (for example volunteering at
- Patty Wilson 770-509-8915 or school, church, service clubs, and community
email@example.com; groups etc.). Place completed forms in the basket
- CG Kauffmann 770-649-8002 or in the office. Thank you!
Form to submit Service Hours is attached.
They will handle reserving Mt. Bethel UMC facilities
and coordinating the date with the Scout Leaders. New Scout Uniforms
Newsletter Article announcing Eagle Projects The Boy Scouts of America have changed the
uniforms, and the brand new Centennial Scout
Scouts planning Eagle projects should contact the Uniforms are now on sale. Shirts, pants, and socks
newsletter editor to have their project workdays are made from moisture-wicking materials. See the
announced in the newsletter. Be sure to specify uniforms here.
date, time, location, what the project entails, and
any other project-specific information (such as
what tools to bring).
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Troop 1011’s policy is that either the current or the shirt to the Troop and we will provide the patches
new uniform is acceptable. The purchase of the for your new shirt! Also, turn in outgrown pants and
new uniform is strictly optional. shorts. Let’s help each other out!
Need Patches on Your Uniform? RECYCLING – We Need Your Papers!
Helen Schmidt is available most Mondays to sew on Please deposit your newspapers, office paper,
patches. If you do not see her, hang your shirt on classroom paper, bulletins, and junk mail in the
the appropriate hook in the kitchen next to the recycling bin in the MBUMC parking lot. This is an
Scout office. Helen will put the uniform back there easy way to help raise funds for the Troop.
when it is ready. Make sure you have your name
on your shirt. NOTE the addition of office paper, classroom
paper, bulletins, and junk mail to the list, even
What a great service! though the bin states “Newspaper Only.”
Outgrown your Scout shirt? Do not remove all the
patches to transfer to a new shirt. Turn in the old
BSA Troop 1011 Newsletter
Editor: Claire Count
Committee Chairman: George Welborn
Scoutmaster: Tom Whitfield
Charter Organization Rep: Tom King
Scout Master Emeritus: Al H. Friel
Merit Badge Coordinator: Janet Hall
Contributions to the newsletter are due by the
25th of the month. Send your email to
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Personal Fitness Merit Badge Clinic
DATE: Saturday, May 8th, 2010 8:30 – 12:30
LOCATION: Troop 1011 Meeting Room
Snack: You may bring a snack and a drink for the break.
Uniform: No uniform Come in tennis shoes and comfortable clothes for
Running a mile and exercises.
1. We expect you to have read the Merit Badge Book
2. Complete as much of the badge worksheet as possible before the clinic.
Worksheets are available in the sign up notebook on table in Scout
Questions: contact Janet Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-542-9044
Personal Fitness Merit Badge Clinic Registration
Registration Deadline: May 5th, 2010
Scout: _____________________ has my permission to participate in the Personal Fitness Clinic on Saturday, May 8 th, 2010
I _______________ (Parent) will attend and assist.
_____ Attend the clinic: $5.00 check# ________ payable Troop 1011, no cash please _____ please pay $5.00 fee using scout credits
Parent Signature: ________________________ Phone # ________________
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Troop 1011 Scouts, adult leaders and guests, please join us
as we celebrate this milestone with Luke.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark E.
Troop 1011, Boy Scouts of America
request the honor of your presence
at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor
Luke Sterling E.
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church Chapel
(4385 Lower Roswell Rd. Marietta, GA 30068)
Reception immediately following
2801 Interlaken Drive, Marietta Georgia, 30062
(North on Johnson Ferry Road; right on Post Oak Tritt; left on Interlaken Drive)
RSVP for the reception 678.615.3752
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MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE PROJECT
MARIETTA NATIONAL CEMETERY
SATURDAY MAY 29TH, 2010
A TROOP 1011 TRADITION – HELP BOY SCOUTS AND GIRL SCOUTS WITH THIS
SPECIAL EFFORT TO HONOR THOSE WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE FOR
TAKE AN HOUR TO HELP PLACE MORE THAN 17,000 FLAGS TO REMEMBER OUR
MEET AT MT. BETHEL UMC LOWER PARKING LOT AT 7:30 AM (DON’T BE LATE!!)
BE IN FULL CLASS A UNIFORM WITH GREEN TROOP CAP. WEAR YELLOW
CLASS B T-SHIRT UNDER YOUR CLASS A SHIRT. MT. BETHEL BUS WILL BE
AVAILABLE FOR TRANSPORTATION.
ALL SCOUTS WILL RECEIVE ACTIVITY CREDIT TOWARDS RANK ADVANCEMENT.
COMPLETE AND RETURN NO LATER THAN MONDAY, MAY 24TH
Scout ______________________________ will participate in the Marietta National Cemetery Service Project on May, 29 th with
Parent _____________________________ will also participate and can transport a total of ________ participant
Parent Signature Date
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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
REPORT FOR SERVICE HOURS_
___________________________________has completed ________hours of service for the
following project (s).
Adult Signature ________________________________ Date ___________
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