4th of July Parade – Big Flag Carry

American flag flying in the wind
American flag flying in the wind

What: Carrying the big Overlook Flag in the City of Great Falls 4th of July Parade. The Great Falls Association of Realtors has again asked the Boy Scouts to perform this honorable task.  Like years past, we will be third in line behind the military honor guard and veterans at the front of the parade.

Where: Assemble at the parking lot in front of 618 Park Drive S. the building next door to Stelling Engineering – the same location we have assembled for this event for the past two years. There is easy access and plenty of parking just off 2nd St. S. ****Note: we will NOT have access to bathrooms inside this year – please plan accordingly****

When: Plan to arrive at the assembly site by 10am. We will be marching in an orderly fashion to the parade start point next to the Civic Center on 1st Ave. S. at 10:30am. The parade starts at 11am sharp.

Please call Peter Jennings at 868-3574 with questions.  See you there!

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Arrow Tour Coming to Montana!

ARROWTOURFLYER

A once in a lifetime opportunity open to the general public! Come see the history of the Order of the Arrow, try your hand at tomahawk throwing, get your favorite hat branded, ask questions, and more.

Still on the fence about coming to see arrowtour? How bout meeting the National Order of the Arrow Chief? Alex Call will be in attendance at the ArrowTour at the Harley-Davidson in Missoula from 2-7pm!

NATIONAL CHIEF – ALEX CALL

Alex is from South Texas Council in Corpus Christi, Texas. He is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member from Karankawa Lodge. He has served as the SR 2-3S section chief and will serve as the 2015 National Chief of the Order of the Arrow. As a dedicated Arrowman, Alex has served in numerous capacities at the 2012 NOAC, the 2013 Jamboree and was instrumental with the centennial anniversary roll out. Alex studies marketing at the University of Texas at Austin. Some fun facts about Alex are his favorite flavor of ice cream is mint chocolate chip and his favorite drink is iced tea.

Cub Day Camp Training Tonight June 4

Training for camp guides (youth volunteers) and adult volunteers will take place tonight, June 4, at Medicine River Scout Center, starting at 6pm.  

 – Adult positions available for citizenship and forensic science still open.  There are still vacancies in the adult team on Tuesday June 16.  If you have desire but don’t believe you are qualified in the categories of citizenship or forensic science, please remember, these are cub scouts, not college students – you’re the right person!

See you at the Scout center tomorrow night.

For answers to questions please call Ken Roberts at 564-9580
Or Glenda Burton at 307-272-7105

Happy Scouting