Boy Scout Greg Pitts led us in a service project to clear brush around the railroad and museum which service the community by providing railroad education and entertainment for citizens of all ages. By helping Greg, we not only get him one step closer to completing his Eagle rank, we also help our community. #railroad #eagle #serviceproject
Boy Scout Troop 124 joined Cub Scout Pack 124 in celebration of the boys' achievements and to welcome new boys into the Troop. Webelos crossing the Bridge were met by Senior Patrol Leader Matt Crotty and Assistant Senior Patrol Leader Matt Bowles, who presented them with Troop neckerchiefs and led the boys in the Scout Oath and Law. #blueandgold #cubscouts #pack #bridging
By James Montigny Scoutmaster (Troop 124) and Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner (Thunderbird District) There are many factors, social, logistic and monetary that influence a Webelos family’s choices when it comes to Boy Scout Troops. There are also many elements that get overlooked because the significance is not always apparent at that stage of a boy’s Scouting career. Spending a few evenings or weekends to truly research his options is by far the best investment any parent
By James Montigny Cubmaster (Pack 124) A few years ago, I read an article about a man who got into trouble over pretending that he had served in the armed forces. It turns out that this is a felony. This man didn't lie about being a sergeant, captain or even a colonel. No, this guy told everyone that he was a general. Not just any general, a 5 star general!
The point here is that the uniform and the awards hanging from it meant nothing because he hadn't earned them. You ca
Boy Scout Troop 124 joined our friends from Cub Scout Pack 124 and the congregation at Raymore Christian Church in worship. The boys greeted church members, held doors, helped hang coats, passed out programs and performed a flag ceremony. #scoutsunday #church #reverent