Boy Scouts of America

Serving the Communities of Cumberland & North Yarmouth, Maine

"I hear, and I forget. . . I see, and I remember. . . I do, and I understand."

May Newsletter 2002

www.troop58.bsa.org

Max Romanchenko’s last night was tonight. We said our goodbyes with cake and ice cream. He will going back to his home in the Ukraine soon.

Tonight we have continued to work on merit badges for older scouts and rank requirements for younger scouts.

Wildlife Management and Citizenship in the World - We will be getting back to these badges hopefully next week.

May 13 - Planning for Gulf Hagas Trip which is May 17-19

Camp Physicals given by Dr. Lavoie. You may have your son take advantage of this free physical or you may take the form to your own doctor to fill out. Click Here for more Summer Camp info

May 17-19 Gulf Hagas Trip

May 20 - Flag Ceremony and Dessert Bake-off planning, possibly more camp physicals if necessary. Last day to turn in your money to Kathy Leighton for camp for the discount.

May 27 - March in the Memorial Day Parade.

June 3 - Dessert Cook- off!!

June 10 - Troop Elections

June 15 - Pig Roast and Court of Honor Don’t miss Wyatt and Bucsko’s famous pig. This year will be held at Bradbury Mountain. Come around 2:00 or 3:00 for some games. Colin Filliter will be mountain biking around the trails, bring your bike if you’d like to join him. Dinner will be at 5:00 followed by the Court of Honor. Bring a side dish or dessert to share.(and bring your family!

Trivia Tip of the Month: for the cycling merit badge, how many miles must your longest bike ride be? 50 miles in 8 hrs. or less