Monday, January 25, 2010

Scout Uniform Day

Scoutmaster Ben Dibble wrote to us with a splendid idea:

Scout Uniform Day!

February 8, 2010

The 100th Birthday of Scouting

On February 8th join us in celebrating the 100th Birthday of Scouting. On that day we would like everyone to wear their Scout uniform. Wear it to work. Wear it to school. Let us show the country how many of us are involved in Scouting.

I’m sure you know that many sports teams wear their jerseys or “shirt and tie” on game days. This is just like that. We are letting everyone know that we’re proud of our group. We do great things like Scouting for Food, charity work, and Eagle Projects.

You will be surprised at how many people will ask you about Scouting. This may be your chance to get a new member of you Den or Pack. Or perhaps some group in your community needs help, and you can direct them to your Scout Troop for a Citizenship in the Community project, or an Eagle Project.

Tell all the Scouters you know! Forward this on!

See you on Monday the 8th in your uniform!

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