Events - Jewish Scouts To Be Recognized March 3, 2019
Monday, February 11, 2019 at 8:41PM
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JEWISH SCOUTS AND SCOUTERS TO BE RECOGNIZED WITH RELIGIOUS SCOUTING EMBLEMS AND AWARDS 

     February is recognized nationwide as Scouting Month in the United States, founded in 1910. The 12th point of the Scout Law is “A Scout is Reverent.” A special way a Tiger, Cub or Webelos Scout, Boy Scout, Explorer Post, Venture Crew or Sea Scout Ship member, Brownie or Girl Scout can show this is with the earning of his/her individual faith’s religious emblem. At 10a.m.on Sunday morning, March 3, 2019, the Jewish Committee on Scouting of Suffolk County Council will recognize and honor past and present youth and adult recipients of the Jewish Scouting Religious Emblems and Awards at Temple Beth Chai of Hauppauge (870 Town Line Road, Hauppauge) at the annual JCOS Breakfast during the 109th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. 

         During special ceremonies, presentations of medals and certificates will be made to all Jewish Scouts who have earned their religious recognitions since last year’s annual awards breakfast.

Reservations are appreciated and cost for the bagels, lox, and coffee breakfast is $10. For more information, please contact JCOS Breakfast Chair Bruce Streger at 631-981-0453 or Email him at WB2ADF@AOL.COM.

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