Monday morning – Memorial Day – I was glad to see all the scouts and leaders in the parade this year. It just keeps looking better and better.
I asked Chris Seplak to get me the names of all the scouts and leaders and I would publish them. Here is what he gave me and if I mispell your name, blame him.
Troop 38 Scouts – Danieal Brown, Kenith Griggs, Noah Griggs, Bob Jobe Troop 38 Leaders – Jerry Lloyd, Jim Fox, Bill Lamb, Dan Jobe, David Griggs
Troop 19 Scouts – Eagle Scout Justin Marquart, Eagle Scout Landon Matuska, Life Scout Zach Burrel, Life Scout Mathew Long
Cub Pack 3030 – Chase Farrell, Lucas Farrell, Logan Sower
Cub Pack 3052 – John Dukarski, Tyler Salway, Ian Newton, Zack Walker, Rob Dukarski, Andrew Nyffeler, Andrew Reichle, Ed Howaniec, Joe Howaniec, Dakota Salway, Jo Jo Osterman, Matt Baker
Pack 3052 Leaders – Mark Reichle, Andy Dukarski
Cub Pack 3352 – Bobby Haddix, Jesse Lawrence, Mathew Datce
Troop 344 – Joe Zaruis, Joe Wilder, Joe Baumcartner, Alex Hutmacher, Karl McOmber, Zachary Firestone, Robert Houlihan, Jack Schnellenburger
Troop 344 Leaders – Bob Rainwaters SM, Chris Seplak, Nancy Seplak, Stephen Felician JASM, Gary McOmber
Cub Pack 3344 – Chris Hanson, Nick Ehinger, Nathan Bausser, Austin Vansumeran, Conner Minns, Billy Shields, Cody Jarvis, Bronson Long, Vincent Mitchum, Braxton McNeely, Cory Leffers, Greg Shields, Pablo Trevino, Jake Malott, Rachel McNeely, Keri Roby, Lee Shields, Nancy Seplak, Mike Long, Bob Bausser
Troop 300 Scouts – Aaron Ware, Jacob Ware, Eric Ware
Cub Pack 3357 – Josh Ware, Chad Ware, Brian Bigelow, James Stiles, John Saveio, Ken Stiles, Cheryl Stiles, Jeff Bigelow.
I’m sure there were other Scouts, and Leaders that marched in the parade but weren’t listed. I’m sorry but if your unit marched and you would like credit in the paper then send us your list and we’ll publish it next issue.
POKAGON-KEKIONGA TRAILS NEWS
By Tom Bosserman – Trails Committee
(Taken from THE COURIER – the official messenger of the Anthony Wayne Area Council of the BSA) Meal preparation along the trail may seem uncertain. Do I take prepared foods, cold foods, or try to cook along the trail?
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE GIRL SCOUTS?
The mission of Girl Scouting is to inspire girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism and service, that they may become happy and resourceful citizens. Girl Scouting seeks to accomplish this by providing girls opportunities to develop their potential and have fun with their peers in a supportive, all-girl setting.
SOMETHING WE JUST LEARNED
Girl Scouts of the USA is the world’s pre-eminent organization for girls, with a membership of more than 3.5 million girls and adults. Today, as when founded in 1912, Girl Scouts helps cultivate values, social conscience and self-esteem in young girls while also teaching them critical life skills that will enable them to succeed as adults. In Girl Scouting – and its special ‘girl-only’ environment – girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Girl Scouts of Limberlost Council, one of more than 300 councils chartered by Girls Scouts of the U.S.A., administers programs in Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Steuben, and Wells counties in northeast Indiana.
GIRL SCOUT PROMISE
On my honor, I will try, to serve God, and my country, to help people at all times, and to live by the Girl Scout law.
GIRL SCOUT LAW
I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and, responsible for what I say and do. And to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout.
FOR MORE INFORMATION – PLEASE CONTACT GIRL SCOUTS OF LIMBERLOST COUNCIL AT 2135 SPY RUN AVENUE, FORT WAYNE, IN 46805.
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