GSLAC Troop 28
St. Peters, MO – Greater St. Louis Area Council
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For the next meeting (5/26) all boys need to review the compass section of your Scout Book so that you will be prepared to answer questions when asked.
Clarification on the list assignment:
Create a list of three sections, minimum of three items per section, and email it to Mr. Matz (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 31st.
Section 1 - things you would like to see or do that takes one day.
Section 2 - things you would like to see or do that will take a weekend.
Section 3 - things you would like to see or do that will take an entire week.
One day - go to the arch
One weekend - Johnson's Shut-ins
One week - Gettysburg trip
A one day item can also be incorporated into your weekend or week-long item. You just need three items per section.
You need to be specific. Go to a museum, weekend camping trip, or week long camping trip are not answers. Go to the Stl. Art museum, weekend fishing trip at Johnson's Shut-ins, or week-long camping trip to Gettysburg to see the battlefields and fish are all examples of acceptable items for your lists.
We need to start planning the next year and we will be able to incorporate these lists into the planning, determine if they can be done, and how to pay for them so think about it and present your lists that are realistic.
Mr. Matz ...
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