On July 2nd, there will be an event at Simpsonville's Heritage Park (Formerly Charter Amphitheater), involving the Military and Boy Scouts.
The Council/District are looking for 15 older Scouts (at a minimum) to assist in the flag retirement ceremony.
There is a Scout leader already involved in the planning of the event.
We just need Scouts to assist (and no leader will be turned away either)
The leadership is looking at 7,000 people at the Park on the 2nd and the event leadership wants the Scouts who are going to be involved to have the chance to know what they are doing instead of the last minute shuffle.
Also, there will be a climbing wall for the younger scouts and public and there are already adults to lead that.There will be a press conference this Friday, I believe. Look for the press conference on the news.
From the website:
The Independence Day Celebration at Heritage Park will occur on Saturday, July 2 with gates opening at 5 p.m. and the event starting at 6 p.m.
The GSO under the direction of Maestro Edvard Tchivzhel will start playing just after sunset. The orchestra’s hour-long show will be capped by a cannon barrage during the 1812 Overture and then followed by an 18-minute fireworks display.
Aside from the concert, the event will include military vehicles, a rock climbing wall, special salutes to law enforcement, a military jump team and a Flag Retirement Ceremony by the Boy Scouts of America. The Flag Retirement Ceremony is only performed by special Boy Scout troops where they expertly and systematically take apart a flag using scissors or shears and then incinerate the pieces in a burner.
Jay E Best Jr
COI Ranger High Adventure
High Adventure is Back!
Experience the Fluor High Adventure Program at Camp White Pines, and enjoy evening programs and sleeping at Camp Old Indian, all in one week!!
Day One, Scouts will rock climb and rappel at Camp White Pines. Day Two, more climbing and rappelling off-site, with white water canoe training at Camp Old Indian. In the afternoon, Scouts will ride the Swamp Rabbit Trail to Fluor Field for a special tour and stay for a Greenville Drive game. Day Three, Scouts will go mountain biking at DuPont Forest and relax in the forest’s famous falls. Day Four, white water canoe on the Tuckaseegee River and stay overnight in the Nantahala River Gorge. Day Five, canoe the Nantahala River!!
Programs may be subject to change. Additional activities may include whitewater rafting, paddle boards, kayaking, and carving will be offered at Camp White Pines.
Space is limited! Make your reservation today!
Tiger Cub Summer Time Involvement
Please begin to enroll future Tiger Cubs for 2016-2017 (those that are known) as the summer moves along so that they can be involved in the Pack's Summer Time activities. This is to help maintain a better long term involvement by them because of all of the fall rush events that are available to the youth in our area.
— Southbounder Committee
New Version and Health Forms Requirments
The new health forms are available from the BSA Website at -> Medical Forms.
For those of you who have been around a while, please review the new requirements. They are different than in the past.
This might be the time to rethink your Pack/Troop/Crew/Post policies and have everyone complete a Part A & B at the beginning of EACH scout year.