The Manchester Scout Shop at Camp Carpenter is having a summer sidewalk sale on Thursdays during the month of August from 10 AM to 7:30 PM. Some of the sale items are as follows: camp fleece jackets, $20; Tiger Cub activity shirts, $4; Cub Scout socks, $1; and many more. Be sure to stop by and get yourself a “deal”. For more information, contact the Manchester Scout Shop at 622-5060.
The 26th Annual Historic District Boy Scout Benefit Golf Tournament
Breakfast Hill Golf Club, Greenland, NH
Friday, September 8, 2006
This is a fun-filled day of golf, prizes, raffles, gifts, silent auction, hole-in-one contest, and plenty of food and fellowship. This annual event helps the Daniel Webster Council, Boy Scouts of America reach more young people with programs building citizenship, character, and personal fitness. For more information, please contact Jonathan Kimbro at 603-625-6431 ext. 135
The recent floods have left many residents in New Hampshire devastated both financially and emotionally. Over the next several weeks, the CAP offices in Rochester and Raymond will be working in conjunction with FEMA to assist those most impacted by the floods.
Both offices are in need of intake volunteers immediately to help clients with questions and filling out assistance request forms for flood relief. The offices will be open 12 hours a day, 8am-8pm, seven days a week for the next several weeks. Intake volunteers are needed to work four-hour shifts (8am-12noon, 12noon-4pm and 4pm-8pm). Two volunteers are needed per shift for each office. Orientation and on-site training will be provided. If interested in helping or if you need more information, please contact the appropriate office below. If you are able to provide your services, be sure to mention you are representatives of the Daniel Webster Council.
Scouters and others have been receiving letters from various nonprofit organizations claiming to support the Boy Scouts of America and seeking contributions. Some of these groups refer to Scouting in their name: “Save Our Scouts” or “Scouting Legal Defense Fund,“ and some do not. All of them claim to be supporting Scouting’s legal activities in some fashion, but none of them are authorized by the BSA to be seeking funds. Most important, no contributions to these groups go directly to Scouting. The Boy Scouts of America does not solicit funds in this manner, and you may be assured that no names or addresses are ever sold or given to anyone outside the organization. These groups generally use mailing lists purchased from commercial organizations that compile such lists from magazine subscriptions and other sources.
We regret the confusion and misdirection of contributions that these solicitations cause, and we are taking appropriate legal measures to deal with these parties. Under our federal Constitution these groups have the right to solicit funds and to express their support, but they do not have any right to mislead or confuse people.
Some of these organizations have provided support to the BSA through “friend of the court” briefs or published articles, but we would prefer that they did not seek to profit by these activities through soliciting funds in the name of Scouting. Their activities have resulted in confusion and frustration for many of the recipients of these solicitations.
If you wish to support Scouting directly, please make a contribution directly to the Daniel Webster Council, BSA.