Committee Corner – June 2014

The June Parent Committee meeting will be this Tuesday the 3rd. Please know that all parents are part of the Parent Committee and are encouraged to attend the meeting.

We still need drivers to get the Scouts to San Francisco for the bike trek on Sun. June 8th. Please contact Mr. Baird if you can drive.

We also need drivers for Summer Camp. Please contact Mr. Mintzer if you can drive.

At the end of the month, Sun. June 29th, there will be a pancake breakfast at St. Marks Church. We will need Scouts to help put this on. Scouts will earn Troop service hours for their time.

And lastly, The 4th of July parade is coming up next month. We need volunteers to help set up chairs before the parade and take down after the parade. Scouts will earn Troop service hours for their time.

I look forward to seeing everyone at Tuesdays meeting.

Jerry Ball
Committee Chair

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