On Friday we be conducting the Fall Court of Honor for our scouts.
A Court of Honor, as the name states, is a ceremony held to present scouts with awards they have earned such as merit badges and rank badges which recognize their achievements.
Scouts should be in Full Class “A“ Uniform with merit badge sashes worn over the shoulder (Not folded over the belt).
Senior Patrol and Service Patrol should arrive at 7:00 pm for setup.
All Parent and Family are requested to attend.
Troop 37 conducts a Court of Honor three times a year, usually in February, June and October. The Court of Honor recognizes all Scout appointments, elections, awards and advancements since the last Court of Honor. Merit badges and Special Awards are distributed as we are reminded of the significance of Scouting. Refreshments are served following the Closing and Retrieval of the Colors. Even if a Scout is not advancing, he should come to every Court of Honor to encourage other Scouts and to be inspired to move forward. Many important announcements are also shared at Courts of Honor, since that is when most parents are present. The Court of Honor is a public ceremony, and is a chance for the Scouts to be publicly recognized for their achievements.
Reminder: Committee member, Mrs. Naughton, will be collecting the completed and wrapped raffle baskets assigned at registration for the Pancake Breakfast/Chinese Raffle. Also… Do you have a gift that you received but have not used? Or a knick-knack that could use a good new home? Why not re-gift it in the form of a basket filler for the Chinese auction? Mrs. Naughton will be accepting these as well.