Re: Eagle Service Projects
H. James Perlberg, III (jperlberg@JUNO.COM)
Sun, 9 Feb 1997 11:19:56 EST
Brian, Keep in mind that some cemetaries have a great historical value
and may actually be part of a community rather than a private company.
These cemetaries may be rather old and small and in some obscure places.
Personally, I know of three in my area that could use some TLC, but there
is no one around who is "responsible" for the sites. Anyway, this is my
perspective on the subject, hope it helps you.
Jim Perlberg, EMT N2WKB "Fear Not" Isaiah 43:1 So. Hudson Tres Dias
Webelos Den Leader, Pack 271 Mahopac Falls
Roundtable Staff, Muscoot District, Westchester Putnam Council
Looking forward to the day when I can say "I usta be an ..."
On Sun, 9 Feb 1997 10:51:24 -0500 Brian Walter <Pitchfrk@AOL.COM> writes:
> There are some porjects out there that I feel are "not
>of an Eagle Scout". Unfortuanatly as SM if the project meets the
>outlined by the BSA I have to apporve it, don't I? I recently heard
>project that passed a few years back, please let me know what you
>scout cleaned along the fence of a cemetary, both inside and outside.
>pulled weeds, swept, and actually cleaned the fence itself. Isn't this
>private property and his project benifitted the company? I thought
>that was a
> Please let me know what y'all think.....
>Hope I didn't babble too much.
>Sm, Troop 119
>Pathfinder District, Queens
>Greater New York Council
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City