Mohegan Council Cache to Eagle #2
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Reaching the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America requires years of dedication and hard work. In addition to 21 required merit badges, each Scout must complete a project that — on average — requires 167 service hours. In 2008 alone, that translated to $16 million in service (based on the national volunteer hour value of $19.51).
This cache is part of a nationwide geocaching series called "Cache to Eagle" that showcases these special contributions. This particular project remembers the Rutland Train Wreck of 1932. This wreck helps the people of Rutland know their history so that we can be better citizens knowing our towns history.
Over its first 100 years, Scouting has provided millions of hours of service to communities across America. For our 100th Anniversary, we’re celebrating that legacy with special service opportunities through "A Year of Celebration, A Century of Making a Difference". Visit Scouting.org/100years to learn more.
There are 12 caches in the Mohegan Council Cache to Eagle Series. You will find one of the 12 points of the Scout Law inside each cache. When you have found all 12 caches, send a list of the caches with the corresponding Scout Law, your name and mailing address to Geocaching.com user Mohegan-BSA. If your list is correct, we'll send you a Cache to Eagle commemorative patch!
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