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(“I’ll be back” is the post referenced in the next paragraph if you want to know what I am talking about and referencing)
A few months back I had invited a number of Anderson County Non Profits to my Boy Scout Round Table to talk to the adults about opportunities for Service Projects, Eagle Projects and increased awareness.
I had posted the videos…yes…the videos were side ways, I was never able to get together again with Stephanie because I had gotten a phone call in the middle of her talking amid other issues. We do not need to dwell on all that negativity, we want GOOD NEWS!
So here is the GOOD NEWS!
Well…technically a service announcement followed by good news…
ASAP Jan 28th Retreat to fellow Non Profit Junior Achievement:
This is the final reminder for ASAP’s annual planning retreat which will be held this coming Monday, January 28 from 12 noon to 4:00 pm at Biz Town in the Junior Achievement Building. Catherine Brunson, CADCA National Coalition Institute trainer, will facilitate our brainstorming and action planning.
You are encouraged to invite a friend or colleague to join you. The more minds we have working on the problems that arise from drug abuse, the more effective our plan can be! (Please email me so I can let them know for the lunch head count! Yes, we get fed!)
Red Cross, has received some help or phone calls from some Scouts. Last month in at the Round Table one of the adults who does construction told me about an interest in doing some sidewalk work!
UT Arboretum (UT tree place w owls) Some of my Tiger Cubs …or are they Wolf Cubs now? They grow up so fast! But some of my Cub Scouts made it out for an Owl Walk! They learned about different types of Owls and got to take a hike in the dark and the good news is they all made it back!
So if you are a carpenter and like playing with power tools!
If you like helping your community!
If you like hiking in woods!
If you need service hours for your group (these projects in the videos are not limited to just Boy Scouts) please feel free to contact me or the persons in the videos!
Help is always appreciated and volunteers more so!
And if you have time to kill and want to know what is happening in your community, please read “I’ll be back”
Thank you for reading and have a great day!
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