Court of Honor held for Troop 120

Boy Scout Troop 120 held a Court of Honor in the woods. Many scouts earned awards that were presented to them at the ceremony.

Boy Scout Troop 120 held a Court of Honor in the woods. Many scouts earned awards that were presented to them at the ceremony.

Boy Scout Troop 120 held a Court of Honor in the woods at the home of Richard Schroeder. The opening campfire was started by the youngest Scout present, Tucker Friedmeyer.  Several Merit badges and badges of rank were earned by the Scouts in the past several months and were presented to the Scouts by the Scoutmaster.  Recoginition beads and patches  were given to the Scouts who had attended the JC Merit Badge College and the workday at the Lake of the Ozark State Park.  A discussion was held concerning the upcoming meeting schedule and Summer Camp.  The meeting was closed by the Troop reciting the Scout Laws.

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