November 2001, Court of Honor

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On September 17th, we honored scouts who made some sort of advancement since the last Court of Honor. We met at Willamette Park, a beautiful site overlooking the river.

Scouting attempts to teach a number of skills and characteristics. One of those attributes is giving service to others. Our troop undertakes a number of service projects to help those around us.
Jefferson CarnivalElk's Flag DayFlag day replacement4th of July CleanupJefferson School Cleanup
Neil BNeil BNeil BNeil BNeil B
Gareth d Gareth dGareth d
Diego D Diego D
Ty FTy F
Nick HNick H
Cody LCody L
Kyle L Kyle LKyle L
Curtis M Curtis MCurtis M
Sean M Sean M
Thomas R Thomas RThomas R
The scouts spend a lot of time out camping. For each 10 nights, the scout gets a segment.
NameNights out
Neil B22 nights
Gareth d81 nights
Ty F76 nights
Nick H45 nights
Curtis M34 nights
Sean M49 nights
Thomas R92 nights
Amphil R92 nights
We had a number of merit badges that the scouts had earned.
NameMerit Badge
Gareth dCycling
Gareth dOceanography
Sean MBackpacking
Thomas RCooking
Curtis MCommunications
Gareth d also earned two special awards. The first was for his Buckskin training, and his second was the Leave No Trace training. We had a crew that went to Philmont this summer, which included:
Nick HCrew Leader
Gareth d
Ty F
Sean M
Thomas R
Jody FAdvisor
Kevin HAdvisor
Dave RAdvisor
There was a participation award for all participants, as well as special awards and recognition for a number of the participants.

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