How to show appreciation to the law enforcement community. When private citizens come into contact with law enforcement, that contact is not always made under ideal circumstances. National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.) is January 9th each year!
3 Songs I Remember from the Boy Scouts – I am going to share with…
Boy Scouts of America Anniversary – A day that is celebrated the anniversary of the founding of the Boy Scouts by Robert Baden-Powell. Did you know there was another guy who incorporated in the United States? #BoyScouts
Scout Sunday – A Scout is Reverent, this is one of the points in the Scout Law. Because a Scout is Reverent he honors the sabbath. This day falls on a Sunday on or around the Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. #ScoutSunday #BoyScouts
Hot Tea Month – Do you enjoy drinking Hot Tea? Check out these interesting tea facts and find out when Hot Tea month is! #HotTea #HotTeaMonth
“God Bless America” First Performed: Anniversary, 1938 – 80 years ago this song written by Irving Berlin during World War I but was first performed by Kate Smith during World War II. #GodBlessAmerica
A Day of Remembrance. 9/11. It has been 18 years now. Just a brief write up on Patriot Day & National Day of Service & Remembrance (September 11). #PatriotDay #911 #September11
National Bowling Day is held annually on the second Saturday of August each year. This is a day that we celebration one of America’s favorite past times, Bowling. Maybe you can take your church group bowling this day. #bowling
National S’mores Day. A day for our favorite campfire treat … S’mores. Time to enjoy a chocolaty,roasted marshmallow treat on a graham cracker. #NationalSmoresDay #SmoresDay #Smores
National Eagle Scout Day – August 1, 1912 marks the first board of review for the rank of Eagle in the Boy Scouts of America. Eagle Scouts have been around for over 100 years now. I am one of the elite group of boys who attained the rank of Eagle. #EagleScout #EagleScoutDay #NESA #BoyScouts #NationalEagleScoutDay
I’d Win A Watermelon for my Scout Troop at Summer Camp. I remember in the Boy Scouts at Camp Buck Toms, toward the end of the summer, you had a chance to win your troop a watermelon.
25 Years of being an Eagle Scout – It has been 25 years now since I attained the highest rank in the BOY Scouts of America. Back when Boy Scouting was Boy Scouting. #EagleScout #BoyScouts
Flag Day a holiday in June where we celebrate flags. I share the pledge to the American & Christian Flag. #FlagDay #ChristianFlag #AmericanFlag #Flag
The Pledge of Allegiance. One Nation Under God. A patriotic pledge that is often recited during VBS, Boy Scout Meetings, Schools and more. Free Printable version too!
A Simple Recipe by CenterCutCook to make Campfire Cones, these are similar to S’mores and look just yummy and easy to make. #CampfireCones
Trail Life USA pledges to keep its ‘affirming’ boys focus as Boy Scouts of America announces it will start welcoming girls. #TrailLife #BoyScouts
425,000 Boys Leave the Scouts – Since the Boy Scouts of America announced they were dropping the word “Boy” from their title to just Scouts, they had a huge number leave the Scouting movement. #BoyScouts #Scouts
The Honorable Stancil Ford Overlook at Panther Creek State Park – See Cherokee Lake, Clinch Mountains and more! You don’t have to hike to this overlook, unless you want to. This weeks Travel Thursday will take us to Panther Creek State Park to the Overlook.
Phil Fox Sr. Memorial Park – Eagle Scouts from Barbourville, KY – This weeks Travel Thursday takes us to Barbourville, KY where you can find this Eagle Scout memorial for Phil Fox.
Chained Rock (Pineville, KY) – Here is an interesting place to go hiking and see a rock that is chained at the top of the mountain that is protecting the city of Pineville in Kentucky. This weeks Travel Thursday feature is Chained Rock! A site with a bit of history and legend to it. #ChainedRock #Pineville