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A Scout is Loyal

A cache by Scout338 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/27/2009
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This is Micro cache located in Charlton, MA. The cache is only a very short walk from your car. Please do not move any stones. Cache contains a log book only. Bring your own pen.

This cache is one in my Eagle Scout Series. My goal is to bring you to a place that an Eagle Scout has completed his Eagle Scout Service Project.
One of the requirements for a Life Scout to become an Eagle Scout is they must demonstrate leadership of others in a service project that is helpful to their religious organization, school or community. They must plan all the details of the project, obtain any permits or permissions necessary and then recruit and lead a team to complete their vision. They need to seek donations of materials, or plan a fund raiser, that will supply the needs of their project. They will manage change and resolve any issues that arise as they work to complete their goal. Please take a moment as you pass by these areas to realize that what you are looking at is the work of a very dedicated responsible young man. These are perhaps the future leaders of our great country.
This cache is hidden in the middle of an Eagle Scout Service Project.

First to find gets a new Boy Scouts of America Geocaching Patch.

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