President’s Day – 2012

On my honor, I will do my best  to do my duty to God and my country . .

Help keep the United States a strong and fair nation by learning about our system of government, your responsibilities as a citizen and future voter, as well as the history of our country and the people who made it strong for future generations – just like you will.

Here is a quiz from Microtrains, a model railroad manufacturer….

Question for February: Which President was a Yale boxing coach, was the first president to have been an Eagle Scout, served as a gunnery on an aircraft carrier in the Pacific and was never elected President or Vice-President?

Test your knowledge – do you know who it is? Send a message to me and if your answer is correct, I’ll reward the winner at Tuesday night’s meeting.

What you do and what you know about our country can make a difference! 

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5 Responses to President’s Day – 2012

  1. ASM - Mr. W. says:

    have one entrant, so far – please don’t answer in the comment area – click on the CLICK HERE TO ANSWER link! Good luck and see ya Tuesday night!

  2. ASM Mr. W. says:

    we have six entrants and the scout meeting is tonight, will you weigh in? Be Prepared!

  3. Diane says:

    I missed the answer at the meeting tonight. Who was it?

  4. Diane says:

    I am thinking Ford.

    • ASM Mr. W. says:

      For those of you unable to attend – the answer is President Gerald R. Ford. There were seven scouts who responded – thanks for being plugged into the Troop site! The scouts are Sebastian, Will, Chris S, Davis, Chris B, Brandon, and William – way to go! One of the Assistant Scoutmasters has Ford’s name on his Eagle card – all presidents are honorary presidents of the BSA!

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