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Scouts and presidential inaugurations have a long, fascinating past

Woodrow Wilson’s inauguration used Scouts to provide first aid. Franklin D. Roosevelt requested Eagle Scouts for his personal honor guard. Ronald Reagan’s team invited two Boy Scouts inside on the coldest Inauguration Day ever, and Bill Clinton’s team picked an Eagle Scout to lead the Pledge of Allegiance. For more than 100 years, Boy Scouts and Explorers have performed a patriotic duty…

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Daron Meyer – Selected as 2015 Silver Beaver Award Recipient – Northern Star Council BSA

(more eblurbs) Daron Meyer, previous District Chairman, Scoutmaster Troop 206, Advisor for Crew 835, our current Activities Chairman and Council National Jamboree Coordinator, was selected as a 2015 Silver Beaver Award recipient in Northern Star Council. The Silver Beaver Award is the council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. Recipients of this…

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2016 Lake Minnetonka – Annual Recognition and District Dinner 2016

Lake Minnetonka – Annual Recognition Dinner 2016 Thursday, May 5, 2016 at the Wayzata Country Club, Wayzata. Our Volunteers are Golden at our District! ARHH! The Lake Minnetonka District held their 2016 District Dinner and Recognition event on Thursday, May 5, 2016, at Wayzata Country Club. The weather was beautiful with a golden sunset lending…

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Troop 283 Invites Webelos to Join Their Amazing Race!

(more eBlurbs) (see more photos for this article) After spending a night together at a lock-in at Base Camp, the Webelos Scouts from Pack 283 and the Scouts from Troop 283 (both in Wayzata) joined forces for the Amazing Race Challenge at Mall of America. Six teams composed of a mix of Webelos and Scouts competed…

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Another successful Dig-It Day in Wayzata thanks to volunteers

(more eBlurbs) Published May 25, 2016 at 8:00 am Sun Sailor      By Jason Jenkins <img class=”size-large wp-image-168238″ src=”//sailor.mnsun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/05/wz26NW_DigItDay4-1024×516.jpeg” alt=”Volunteers check in at Wayzata Public Works May 21 for the city’s Dig-It Day. The annual event invited the community to help beautify the city by planting flowers throughout Wayzata. More than 90 volunteers were on hand for…

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