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Northern Star - Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #11

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Hidden : 5/29/2010
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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A scout from Troop 206 built a prayer labyrinth and an entrance arbor at the Presbyterian Church of the Apostles in Burnsville, MN. The scout organized a work crew to place the markers for the labyrinth and to build an entrance arbor at the start of the labyrinth. This scout service project took almost 120 hours to perform. Permission to place this cache was provided by Pastor Joy and Mr. Chris Baddley.

This cache is part of the "Cache to Eagle" series highlighting service projects conducted by Eagle Scout candidates. This series highligts Eagle Scout service projects in Chief Black Dog District of Northern Star Council, BSA. The Chief Black Dog District includes scout troops in the communities of Apple Valley, Eagan, and Burnsville.

Each of the twelve "Cache to Eagle" series caches for the Chief Black Dog District have a designated code word associated with the cache. Generally, the code word will be within the cache (such as written or taped to the lid). The code word is one of the twelve points of the Scout Law. Anyone who finds all twelve "Cache to Eagle" caches for the Chief Black Dog District and emails a listing of all the codewords and associated Cache Nos. is eligible to receive a special "Cache to Eagle" patch. Copy and complete the following list. Then E-mail it to get the patch.:


CACHE NAME CODE WORD
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #1 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #2 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #3 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #4 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #5 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #6 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #7 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #8 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #9 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #10 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #11 --
Northern Star-Chief Black Dog Cache to Eagle #12 --

Look for more of these caches to be placed in the coming weeksas the Boy Scouts of America celebrate their 100th Anniversary!

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