Re: Yahoo cont.
hilding holroyd (hilding@BLUESTONE.COM)
Thu, 15 Feb 1996 16:28:57 EST
> I have had the opportunity, over the past 10 years, to participate in
> many Wood Badge presentations. The location for each presentation was
> selected by the individual which made it special for him or her.
> Ceremony locations such as:
> SMF Outdoor sessions; Opening, After lunch, Closing Campfire.
> Troop COH; Opening, Closing.
> Troop Campfire.
> District Meeting.
> District Roundtable; Opening, during the program, Closing.
> District Camporee Campfire; Opening, Closing.
> Council Pow-Wow; Opening, Closing.
> Council Show on the Mall
> Council Wood Badge dinner
> Meeting of the Wood Badge Patrol in office conference room.
> The point I am trying to make is that the ceremony be meaningful for the
> Wood Badger. If Scouts or non-Wood Badgers are present, the ceremony can
> inspire Scouts to advance and adults to participate in training
> Bob Herbig, a good old Fox too.
You can add another to your list. At my request my beads were presented at
A Woodbadge Course closing feast
Then I had to sing a solo in the Wood Badge song -- no Foxes in the troop.
Hilding W. Holroyd Advancement Chairman, Tr 250
Lakewood, NJ Jersey Shore Council
Eagle Class '68 Japeechen Lodge (Brotherhood)
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