Archive | August, 2005

Newly Trained BSA Lifeguard Saves Man

Posted on 23 August 2005 by Editor

Quick instinct and BSA Lifeguard training the week before gave 13 year old Life Scout Thomas Ruggiero the ability to save 75 year-old Dick Antill at East Matunuck Beach in Narragansett, R.I.

Read the Times Herald-Record Online Article.

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Glacier’s Edge Council

Posted on 23 August 2005 by Editor

Glacier’s Edge Council was the name selected by the merging Four Lakes and Sinnissippi Councils. According to a letter released on the consolidation website today this name was also the winner of the opinion poll with 40% of the vote. Also according to the letter a new Scout Executive should be selected by October 1st.

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Soldier and Scout killed by roadside bomb

Posted on 22 August 2005 by Editor

There is a close tie between soldiers and the Boy Scouts. You’ll see a lot of Scouts volunteer to protect their country, unfortunetly as soldiers loose their lives we hear of Scouts not making it home.

Army Specialist Brian Derks a dedicated soldier and dedicated Scout was killed, on August 13th, by a roadside bomb.

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