Saturday, May 12, 2018
Do a Good Turn – Introduce Scouting to your community in our First Annual Day of Service! Hosted by BSA Occoneechee Council18 05 08 Gov proclamationYouth Day of Service
|A message for you from Caty Gray, volunteer coordinator for Inter-Faith Food Shuttle|
While putting food on a plate helps people, it’s not enough to end hunger. Our programs Feed, Teach & Grow to connect families to healthy food and new skills for self-sufficiency. YOU are an important part of the community that is pioneering transformative ways to end hunger!
If you would like to sign up or have questions, contact me at CatyGray@foodshuttle.org or 919.390.1974.
Visit the links below to find out more at Interfaith Food Shuttle
All my very best,
Caty Gray Urquhart
Join the celebration on May 12, 2018 by participating in the Day of Service when Scouts, families, and friends will go out into their communities to do service for others.
All Scouting units are invited and encouraged to join the challenge to give 100,000 hours of service to people in our communities.
Since the day an unknown Scout helped American Businessman William Boyce find his way through foggy London Streets, service has been a keystone in Boy Scouts of America.
All patches are only available by pre-order. Registration ends May 25, at 5PM. Please allow 5 weeks for delivery after close date (approx July 2nd). There are only 35 limited edition Ghost Patches; don’t wait to get yours! Please note, limit of 3 Ghost patches per customer.
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All Youth Service Organizations are Invited to Join the Day of Service
Here’s how to be part of the fun!
- Put the date on your unit calendar (Service projects from April 1 to July 1 will be included in the goal.)
- Click the button below to accept the challenge and sign-up to get special updates
- Plan a service project either from the list at the button below or any other service important to you