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Scouts take part in Scout Sunday in Austintown

February 8, 2018
The Town Crier
Scouts from Pack 184 participated in Scout Sunday on Feb. 4 at St. Joseph Church in Austintown.
Following the worship services, scouts served coffee, donuts and juice to the parishioners as a way to thank them for their ongoing support of the scouting program. St. Joseph Church allows Pack 184 to use their facility for weekly den meetings and other scouting events, free of charge.
Scout Sunday is traditionally held the Sunday prior to Feb. 8, which is the anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). On this day, scouts and leaders celebrate the partnership between the religious chartered organization, scouts and the communities they serve.
The BSA believes that no member can grow into the best kind of citizen without recognizing an obligation to God, and encourages both youth and adult leaders to be faithful in their religious duties.
The scouting program is known for building character and instilling values in children at an early age. These scouts practiced the Scout Law by showing how a scout is reverent; being faithful in his religious duties.
Pictured are scouts Devin Ramhoff, Michael Stelluto, Mikey Vlaiku, Tyler Paris, and Kyle Ramhoff preparing for mass at St. Joseph Church on Scout Sunday, Feb. 4.
 
 

 

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