|Harrison was among the troop's newest Scouts who received|
their Scout rank following their crossover from
Webelos to the troop in April.
This court of honor cycle included 10 rank advancements (most of which were Scout ranks awarded to our newest Scouts) and 25 merit badges. It also include two Eagle Scout palms — a gold one for Louie and a silver one for Creighton.
|Outgoing Senior Patrol Leader Rusty receives a neckerchief slide handmade by|
Scoutmaster Baird, which has come to indicate the troop's past senior patrol leaders.
The final two items on the court of honor agenda included recognizing several Scouts for their exceptional achievement. This included outgoing Senior Patrol Leader Rusty, who Scoutmaster Andrew Baird presented with the traditional handmade neckerchief slide denoting those Scouts who have served in the troop’s top leadership position.
|Jacob receives the Honor Scout Award from Scoutmaster Baird. This year's co-recipient, Creighton,|
who was unable to be present for the court of honor, will receive his recognition at a later date.
|By the end of the court of honor,|
the ice cream bar had been
The spring court of honor concludes the end of the troop’s regular school-year programming. Summer activities will include a contingent attending summer camp at Camp Daniel Boone in North Carolina, the troop’s annual “Chill at the Lake” summer family gathering, and the conclusion of the troop’s God and Life Protestant religious emblems program. The troop will resume its regular Monday-evening troop meetings on Monday, Aug. 6.
Additional photos from the troop's spring court of honor are available on the troop's online photo album.