It’s been overheard by this reporter, that several survivors of the 2014 Camp Schoenherr Expedition, claim this was the worst weather ever faced on a Troop 96 campout!
On Saturday, April 12, 2014, Michigan was hit by a violent Spring thunderstorm. It left thousands without power and the generated straight-line winds left a path of wreckage that ruined trees, homes, cars, powerlines, businesses and more! Hail and heavy winds took a toll on many communities, especially Lake Orion, Michigan.
We always remind ourselves of the importance of safety and being prepared. Scouts can take anything, and this past weekend, we did!
We are glad there was no reported loss of life, but for many Michiganders, the cleanup and repairs will take many weeks to complete.
Harrison Krasner has just completed his primary requirements for Eagle, pending his Board of Review. Congratulations!
Donovan Dunham passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 24, 2014.
Please join us in congratulating him on this awesome and important milestone in his scouting life!
Donovan’s Eagle project was collecting children’s books for the Head Start program at Poupard Elementary. He collected over 900 books for the kids!
Donovan’s plans include attending summer camp and working with young scouts, while pursuing several Eagle Palm Awards! He is also attending NYLT training in May.
To show your support for scouting, please consider purchasing a BSA specialty license plate. Plates can be purchased at your local Secretary of state when renewing your plate registration. Plates are only $35, $10 goes towards processing and $25 goes directly to scouting in your area.
For more information on the specialty plates please follow the link. http://www.michiganscouting.org/News/0-LicensePlate