HIGH ROPES CHALLENGE MAY 27
JAMES ISLAND COUNTY PARK
Summer Camp: Troop 502 will camp at
Camp Ho Non Wah in June 11-17, 2017
PHYSICALS PERFORMED AT TROOP MTG
NEEDED: HEALTH FORMS / PARENT
Monthly camp out dates may be viewed
on the Troop calendar!
Weekly Meetings: Tuesdays 7-8:30PM
Patrol Leader Council Meeting:
Tuesdays following each campout at 6:30PM
In the News:
TROOP 502 NEW UNALI'YI LODGE OFFICERS FOR 2017-2018
Spring Break goes to the dogs.
Boy Scouts from Troop 502 on the Isle of Palms came together over spring break to make a difference in the community and build dog houses for Gage Gailbreath’s Eagle Scout Project, benefiting Charleston Animal Society’s Pets for Life program.
Gage is a volunteer for the animal society and approached them for project ideas to “make a lasting difference in the community,” he said. He had a goal of building five dog houses, but thanks to the generous donations from Southern Lumber and Mill work and Guy C. Lee, he was able to get enough supplies to build 10.
The Pets for Life Program’s goal is to keep pets in the homes of owners that they already have. The program supports over 1,900 families and over 2,100 pets in the Charleston area with medical care and supplies for their pets when the family has trouble affording it.
LODGE OF THE YEAR 2017
TROOP 502 STANDOUTS:
1ST PLACE - CAMP PROMOTIONS - ZACH KONTENAKOS
2ND PLACE - LODGE DISPLAY - WILL FRAME
2ND PLACE - FANCY OUTFIT - RONNIE HUTTO
2ND PLACE - PRE-ORDEAL KITCHKINET - COLIN REIHELD
2ND PLACE - ULTIMATE FRISBEE - ZACH R, MASON S, ZACH K
3RD PLACE - KNOTS - WILL FRAME
3RD PLACE - CROSS COUNTRY - ZACH RUSS
3RD PLACE - STRAIGHT DANCE - COLIN REIHELD
3RD PLACE - FANCY DANCE - RONNIE HUTTO
3RD PLACE - BROTHERHOOD KITCHKINET - COLIN REIHELD
OLD STYLE PERFORMED - STORM GARRIS
Storm the Citadel 2017
Flippin’ For Islamorada
By Carol Killough for Island Eye News
Photos by Steve Rosamilia
Boy Scout Troop 502 held a Shrove Tuesday pancake supper at First United Methodist Church on Isle of Palms to raise funds for their trip to Sea Base High Adventure camp in Islamorada, Florida this summer. Two crews of eight will spend a week sailing, fishing, snorkeling and navigating the Florida Keys during their adventure.
“Sea Base is one of four premier High Adventure bases offered by the Boy Scouts in the nation,” William Etheridge, Etiwan District Executive for the Coastal Carolina Council, said. “In addition to local and regional camps throughout the nation, these premiere camps: Northern Tier in Minnesota, Philmont in New Mexico, Sea Base in Florida and the new Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia, offer unparalleled outdoor adventures for Scouts wishing to take their experiences to the next level.”
The Scouts raised just over $800 toward their trip to Florida during the supper and wish to thank to the First United Methodist church of the Isle of Palms and Harris Teeter for their support and assistance.
Boy Scout Troop 502 is chartered by the First United Methodist Church of the Isle of Palms and is a member of the Etiwan District, Coastal Carolina Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
For more information about the Troop, visit www.troop502iop.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general Boy Scout, Cub Scout, Venture Crew, Sea Scout or other inquires, contact William Etheridge at the Coastal Carolina Council office at 763-0305 or via email@example.com.
Religious Emblems Program
GOD & CHURCH AWARD PROJECT 2013 LIVE ACTION BIBLE NEWS
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