Pack 962 Plants Trees for Community Service Project in Twiggs | Community Spirit
Cub Scout and Webolo Pack 962 of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Danville celebrated Earth Day by planting two Yoshino Cherry trees on the lawn of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
The two trees were donated by Advanced Disposal’s Wolf Creek Landfill in Twiggs County. The planting of the trees were also used as a community service project to help the cub scout pack earn their Citizen Belt Loop Award and for the Webolos to earn their Citizenship Activity Badge.
The boys also had to:
Develop a list of jobs to do around the home and chart their progress for one week, draw a poster on ways to be a better citizen.
List some of your rights as a citizen and how to respect those rights, tell how you can be a good citizen and how to influence others, know the names of national, state, and local leaders, know the history of the U.S. flag, property lower, hoist, and fold a U.S. flag, perform a U.S. flag retirement ceremony, know the history of the National Anthem, know the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance, meet with a community leader and learn about their duties and office, and name three people who you believe to be good citizens.
Cub Scouts is designed to improving and building upon your child’s moral character and to instill in them to always strive to DO YOUR BEST!
If you are interested in placing a boy in Cub Scouts or want to help volunteer as a leader please contact Jamie McDaniel at 478-955-9164 or by emailing email@example.com.