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May 19, 2018 @ 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm
WHAT IS A BRIDGING CEREMONY?
For those of you new to scouting, our bridging ceremony is when we have our scouts “bridge” to their next level in scouting. Scouts will receive their new books, hats, and scarves along with any awards (like belt loops and pins) that they have earned since our last pack meeting.
Scouts should wear their Class A Uniforms. It is an outdoor event and all family members are welcome. There is a camp out after the event for the new Webelos I and Webelos II’s (the current Bear and Web I’s … if that makes sense). Scouts who are camping should arrive early to set up their tent. They will need to fill out a permission slip as well. A parent is required to stay for the camp out.
The main meal is provided and dens are responsible for bringing sides.
TIGERS – Mac & Cheese
WOLVES – Watermelon, Veggie Platters
BEARS – Baked Beans
WEB I – Chips, Desserts, Salads [e.g. cole slaw, fruit salad, potato salad, macaroni salad, pasta salad, garden salad + dressing]
Directions to Walkersville Watershed (takes ~ 20 minutes from Mount Airy):
Route Option #1: From Mount Airy, take Old Annapolis Rd. past Linganore High School and across Rt. 75. Continue on Old Annapolis Rd. for ~1.7 miles and then turn right on Chestnut Grove Rd. Go ~2.8 miles on Chestnut Grove Rd. (crossing over Rt. 26 along the way) and the entrance to Watershed will be on the right (gravel road with gate).
Route Option #2: From Mount Airy, take I-70 West to Rt. 75 (New Market). Take Rt. 75 North to Rt. 26 (Libertytown). Turn left on Rt. 26, go ~0.6 miles, then bear right onto Daysville Rd. Go ~1.6 miles on Daysville Rd., and make a left onto Chestnut Grove Rd. (look for a church with cemetery next to it). Go ~0.2 miles on Chestnut Grove Rd. and entrance to Watershed is on the left (gravel road with gate).
The closest Google Maps address is 9031 Chestnut Grove Rd. There will be a sign placed at the entrance, and boys scouts directing folks on where to park.
Here’s a Google Maps link to the street view at the entrance to the Watershed driveway: