The Cogioba district serves Houston, Montgomery and Steward Counties and Fort Campbell, KY in the Western Service Area.
Megan Grace Vasquez
|25||District Committee Meeting|
|94||Commissioner Staff Meeting|
|23||Catholic Committee Meeting|
|24-26||OLS & OWLS Training|
|13||Commissioner Staff Meeting|
|22||Merit Badge University|
|11||Commissioner Staff Meeting|
The Messengers of Peace Patch
The Messengers of Peace patch is a patch that is earned, not just purchased. It is earned when Scouts choose a service project that has a significant impact on the community. The Scouts of Pack 502 have been partnering with Manna Café Ministries in Clarksville, with the desire to help bring hope, love and dignity to the homeless population in their community. They offer love, food and shelter with prayers to restore hope and dignity to the broken and homeless. This amazing outreach is affording our Scouts the opportunity to apply Scouting’s 12 core values and build character.
Horsemanship Belt Loop & Pin
Pack 501 Cub Scouts went to Legends’ Acres, in Stewart County, to work on their Horsemanship Belt Loop & Pin. Owner Kristi May (one of our Scout’s parents) worked with the Scouts and their siblings on the proper technique while riding and being around a horse or pony. Kristi taught the kids that riding bare back was the first lesson before riding with a saddle.
Adventure of a Lifetime
From July 16-27, Venture Crew 536 went on the adventure of a lifetime. They traveled 4,000 miles to Anchorage, Alaska, and then traveled another 1,000 miles through Alaska. Some of the stops included hiking in Denali National Park, seeing Mt. McKinley twice, Kenai Fjords National Park, and the Iditarod headquarters.
OLS & OWLS Training
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