Monday, August 3, 2009

Thomas Pfeifer's Eagle Ceremony


Court of Honor
to convey the rank of
Eagle Scout to
Thomas Pfeifer

Sunday, August 16, 2009 3:00 PM
at Campsites 4 & 5 at
Blackwell Youth Campground

Directions: The entrance to the Youth Campground is on Mack Road, 1 mile east of Route 59 and .4 miles west of Winfield Road. The entrance is east of the Blackwell dog park and the parking lot for McKee Marsh, on the south side of Mack Road. You cannot get there from the main Blackwell entrance.

We will hold the Court of Honor and then have a brief reception with refreshments.
There is no formal seating, so bring a lawn chair if you can.
If you need parking close to the site or you need a ride, please call one of us a day or two in advance.
(630) 393-4598 home
(630) 728-9998 Karma's cell
(847) 341-0618 Randy's cell

Thomas has requested "No gifts please" though a card or note would be fine.

No RSVP needed unless you have special needs that we can help you with.

Wheaton Troop 34 and
Thomas's family
would love to see you there
to honor Thomas on his special day!

Scout Oath
On my honor,
I will do my best
To do my duty
to God and my country
and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong,
mentally awake
and morally straight.

Boy Scout Law
A Scout is:

Be Prepared!

Do a Good Turn Daily! Text Color
To Be An Eagle Scout
a Boy Scout must have risen through the ranks of
Second Class
First Class
by being active in the troop, completing certain requirements, completing a certain number of merit badges, and/or served in leadership roles.
The Life Scout must then continue to be active in the troop and continue serving in leadership roles and
must exhibit the scout spirit in every day life, as witnessed and documented by letters from a number of individuals
and must complete 21 merit badges, 12 of which are specific required topics
and must plan, develop, and lead a service project for his community.
This must all be documented via a formal written application, be approved in a Scoutmaster conference, and be passed by a Board of Review.
The Eagle Rank is for life and is recognized by all Scouts worldwide and of all ages. And Eagle Scout is for the rest of his life responsible for upholding the Scout Law, following the Scout Oath, participating in the Scout Slogan, and exemplifying the Scout Motto.