Category Archives: Service Project

Brady Brust – Eagle Project

Storage Shed for the Clarks Summit United Methodist Church

We are meeting at the Clarks Summit Church on Saturday September 30 and Sunday October 1.
Saturday   9:00am to 4:00pm
Sunday   11:00am to 4:00pm

Bring your own work gloves.

Please contact Brady if you have a wheel barrel or if you have additional questions.

(570)-904-4812
bradybrust14@gmail.com

Tim Christman – Eagle Project

Tim is working on an outdoor beautification project and we need your help:

putting up bird houses, installing signage, mulching, clean-up, and some planting.

We will have coffee and doughnuts in the morning and pizza in the afternoon.
St Joseph’s Center Adult Day Program Campus
320 South Blakely Street in Dunmore
Saturday August 19th starting at 9AM.
Please click on the link below to enter your name on the Signup Sheet.

UPDATE – Service Project – CSUMC Craft Fair

We are not assisting the CSUMC this weekend – it will be the first weekend in August.

We need ADULT and Scout help to setup and take down Canopies for the Clarks Summit United Methodist Church Craft Fair  on August 4th and 5th. (takedown August 6th if it rains on the 5th)

Please SIGN UP for at least one day – more if you can.  We especially need ADULT help this year.

SIGN UP SHEET HERE

Time frames
Friday: T.B.D
Saturday: T.B.D

 

Service Project – St. Benedict’s Bazaar

We need ADULT and Scout help to guide cars at the St. Benedict’s Bazaar on August 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

Saint Benedict’s Catholic Church, 1843-, 1859 Newton Ransom Blvd, Clarks Summit, PA 18411

Please SIGN UP for at least one day – more if you can.  We especially need ADULT help this year. Safety vests will be provided.

SIGNUP SHEET HERE

Time frames
Thursday: 5:30-8pm

Friday: 5:30-8pm

Saturday: 5pm – 8pm

Scouts can take the bus to the bazaar to enjoy the festivities at the end of their shift.

Parents – we really need your help, please.

Fireworks Cleanup Project ’17

Please join us for some quick and easy community service hours on SUNDAY, July 2nd, at 9am at the AH Middle School.  We’ll be doing some easy pick up from the Fireworks the previous evening.   Gloves and rakes are recommended.   We should be done by 11am.

NOTE: the Troop calendar previously indicated Monday. The fireworks are on Saturday night and we are cleaning up on SUNDAY. If the fireworks show is rained out, then the show is postponed to Sunday and we will clean up on Monday.

Brandon Kelleher – Eagle Project – Episode III-I

Rescheduled for Saturday, March 25

When: Saturday March 25th from 10am-12pm
Where: St Francis Assisi  food pantry
Why: I would like as many scouts as possible to stock the shelves with the healthy food items we collected.
How: I would also appreciate parents to assist with driving the Scouts to the pantry. (otherwise we have to take the bus to downtown Scranton)
Take Action Now: Please go to the Event Signup Sheet to register.

The pantry is located at 500 Penn Ave. –<Link to Map Here>–

We will meet at the pantry for 10 am. Lunch will be provided.

Brandon Kelleher – Eagle Project – Episode III

When: Saturday March 18th from 10am-12pm
Where: St Francis Assisi  food pantry
Why: I would like as many scouts as possible to stock the shelves with the healthy food items we collected.
How: I would also appreciate parents to assist with driving the Scouts to the pantry. (otherwise we have to take the bus to downtown Scranton)
Take Action Now: Please go to the Event Signup Sheet to register.

The pantry is located at 500 Penn Ave. –<Link to Map Here>–

We will meet at the pantry for 10 am. Lunch will be provided.

Brandon Kelleher – Eagle Project

When: Sunday February 26th following Scout Sunday services Where:  Clarks Summit United Methodist Church.

Why: I would like as many scouts as possible to assist me in going out in our local neighborhoods. We will be delivering bags with information regarding donations I am seeking for the St Francis of Assisi Food Pantry. I will be asking for healthier food donations based on the needs of the pantry which feeds over 500 families. While all donations would be greatly appreciated the food pantry finds it hard to provide healthier options to all in need. Some suggestions of donations needed are:
Low sodium canned vegetables
No sugar added fruits
Applesauce and Jelly
Whole grain pasta and macaroni and cheese
Peanut butter
Tuna and
100 percent fruit juices

How: I would also appreciate parents to assist on Sunday with driving the scouts.

Take Action Now: Please go to the Event Signup Sheet to register.