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Jack Martin's Eagle Project

Posted on Nov 27 2016 - 3:46pm
I, Jack Martin, will be carrying out my Eagle Project on Saturday, December 3, from 9:30 to about 2:30. My project is to build Afton State Park a box to store all of their archery equipment. This box will be weather proof, animal proof, moveable, and big enough to comfortably store all of the equipment with roll out trays and multiple compartments.  All of the materials for completion of the project have been ordered and delivered.  To build a box of this size and complexity, I am looking for at least four Scouts to help. It would be preferable to have two of those scouts above 14 years old to comply with the Boy Scout’s power tools restriction. Other adult volunteers will help with cutting the wood. However, the Scouts will be doing the majority of the work through hammering nails, collecting and preparing materials, and assembly of the box. Lunch will be provided, but it is recommended that the Scouts bring water bottles.  This project may need to be split into two sessions. The first, as mentioned above, will be this Saturday, December 3. We will be meeting at Saint Ambrose at 9:30am, and my dad, Michael Martin, will handle all of the scout’s transportation to the construction site, which will take place in Circle Pines, due to the fact that all of the power tools and machinery needed is located at my uncle’s house. We will be working in a heated garage during the project, but I recommend that Scouts dress for the weather just in case (winter coat, hat, gloves). After the first session, I will analyze the amount of work still needing to be done, and use that information to determine the second session’s date and time. At a minimum, we will paint and stain the box during the second session.  (Read more details ....)

Feed My Starving Children sign up/ December 13

Posted on Nov 27 2016 - 8:02am

Please help us fill 75 spots with Cub Scout Pack 5 at FMSC in Eagan!  We have spots for the 6:00-7:30 shift.  Please sign up your scout, adult and any siblings that qualify for FMSC on OUR website.  We will all meet there. What a great way to spend some time before Christmas!  Please have your scout wear a Troop 5 CLASS B T-shirt. (Tomahawk shirt works well) Questions:  please contact Brigid or Bryan at brigidmichalo@yahoo.com

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