That was a fun holiday meeting last night and glad so many came out. Christmas tree pick up is coming up and we will need all the help we can. This is as close to a mandatory event as we have as we need all the help and we all benefit. This is our one fundraiser of the year and also helps the citizens of Concord.
Remember to do your good deed daily over the holidays. There are plenty of opportunities and one of which is helping support the coat drive. There is time to participate and they will be put to good use.
Just a quick note to all, parents, scouts, leaders…too many to list. This Troop works because of all the volunteer time that so many of you put in over the entire year and for that I’m grateful. Thank you for all the support for our Troop and its mission. We continue to shape our Troop into a group of good scouts. This takes patience, time, and opportunities so they can test skills in a safe and positive environment. I like to think of scouts as a “no stress" zone” for our youth, as so many are so busy with so many activities on their mind. Here they can come to learn and be challenged in the outdoors which is a great teacher. They can challenge themselves and start thinking about others such as their patrol and what the Troop needs to run. It’s an amazing process to witness and it happens. We are fortunate to have such a good group of scouts that live by the Scout Law! You should be very proud of all of them, I know I am.
This blog is a weekly message from the Scoutmaster.