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Memorial Day Good Turn at Jefferson Barracks - Sunday, May 29th

posted Mar 4, 2016, 11:01 AM by Cub Scout   [ updated Mar 4, 2016, 11:07 AM ]

Memorial Day Good Turn will be on Sunday, May 29th.  Meet at 11 am to gather before the ceremony starts at noon.  After the ceremony, we will place American flags at the base of the gravestone for each of the members of the armed forces honoring them on Memorial Day.  Please be prepared for the weather, bring sunscreen/umbrella and plenty of drinking water. 

Scouting for Food - Saturday, November 14th and 21st, 2015

posted Nov 9, 2012, 5:45 AM by Web Guy   [ updated Sep 23, 2015, 10:22 AM by Cub Scout ]

Our first big service project of the school year and an annual tradition here in St.
Louis is “Scouting for Food.” On Saturday, November 14th, we will meet at Kennerly
at 9 a.m. and split up our “territory.”  The boys will go to each house in our area and
place a bag on the front door.

On Saturday, November 21st, we meet at Kennerly at noon and again go out to
the houses to pick up the food. We collect our bags and bring them back to
Kennerly and consolidate them into one truck and bring it to the firehouse. 

We’d love to have you come both weeks, but if you can only come for one of them,
please come! Scouting for Food is a lot of fun and lasts around one hour each
weekend. It’s awesome to see how much food they collect!

Veteran’s Day Assembly - November 10, 2015

posted Nov 9, 2012, 5:43 AM by Web Guy   [ updated Sep 23, 2015, 10:31 AM by Cub Scout ]

The K
ennerly Veteran’s Day assembly is on November 10.
All scouts are encouraged to wear their blue or tan uniform shirt
(not the yellow T-shirt) to school that day. Many veterans
come to the assembly and they look for our boys! Our

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lder scouts will be conducting the Flag Ceremony at the
beginning of the assembly. (They MUST be in a uniform
shirt to perform this Ceremony.) *Any 4th or 5th grade
scout that is also in Character Choir: Mr. Franzel will allow
you to wear your official Cub Scout shirt, neatly tucked in,
since this is for the veterans.

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