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On Sunday April 21, 2002 a Scout in my Troop passed his Eagle BOR. His name is Matt. He had been my SPL & will now be an ASM.

 

Ed Mori

Scoutmaster

Troop 1

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From the Eagle Class of 1964, Congratulations to Matt and also to you Ed! As a SM for over 20 years, I realize how much work the SM puts in to each Eagle! And I'm also sure you are working on the next one!

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Congrats Matt and Ed! Way to go!

 

I am most glad to hear that Matt will continue as ASM.

 

Allow me to pass along some advise that was given to me when I made the transistion from boy leader to adult:

 

To be a successful Scouter, you must enjoy the out of doors, working with young men to help them to become well rounded adults and drink coffee.

 

I asked this sage Scouter what that last thing had to do with the others. He replied that every Scout funcution he has attended served coffee and he further suggested I bring my own cup.

 

Scott Hemgren

Eagle Scout, Class of 1980(This message has been edited by shemgren)(This message has been edited by shemgren)

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eagle90,

 

I always assumed that "eagle90" meant you recieved the rank of Eagle in 1990. Now, you finally reveal the truth. It turns out you're a 90 year-old Eagle scout! ;)

 

Just kidding...what does the 90 stand for? Any thing?

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In addition, my troop will have 5 new Eagle Scouts this year. This will make 20 since I earned mine, the first in my troop's history.

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Rooster -

 

While some Mondays after a LONG weekend campout I may feel like I'm 90, the 90 refers to our Troop number!

 

 

 

 

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Matt, I know all the hard work (fun) you have had on your trail to Eagle Scout. Your adventure is just starting. Your next challange will be to help the new tenderfoots up the trail to Eagle. Good Luck!

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