Monthly Archives: May 2016

Memorial Day Service Project


Memorial Day week-end is coming up. Guess what that means!  Bar-b-ques? Yep.   First day of summer? You got it.   A day off? You know it.

If you are a member of Trail Life Troop 316, however, it means something even more important. This week-end, we will join  American Heritage  Troop 316 and show our respect for Eddington’s fallen veterans.  The two Troops are going to work together and place American flags at the five Eddington cemeteries.

But, wait, there’s more. After the flag placement, the Troop is going to the Cole Land Transportation Museum. You guys know Cole’s, right? Home of cars, trucks, fire engines, and cool military stuff.

Meeting Date:  May 28

Meeting Place:  East Eddington Community Church

Meeting Time:  9:00 am

Finish Time: 5:30 pm

Cost:  Admission cost for Cole Land Transportation Museum is $7 for  adults.   The boys will get in for free.

Here are the things that you and your son will need:

  • Bible
  • brown bag lunch
  • water
  • bug spray
  • work gloves
  • some trail snacks
  • weather appropriate clothing
  • a small bag / backpack to carry your supplies in

Talk about a full day!  What a great way to start your summer.  A project to honor our fallen heroes and a chance to visit one of the coolest museums in the area.  Come and join us.

Walk Worthy


5/14 meeting

Hi all! This is Steve.  We are having one of those weeks where birthdays and sports are keeping a bunch of our boys from attending.

The remaining boys/dads are going to meet up at the Page house in North Brewer.  If you are planning on attending and don’t know how to find us, please use this form: contact us to send me an email, and I’ll get you some directions.

Walk worthy!

National Day of Prayer


We are changing this week’s meeting time, date, and place. The change will allow us to participate in the National Day of Prayer to be held in Eddington.

This week’s meeting will be on Thursday, May the 5th at 5:45pm. We will meet at the Eddington Town Office beside the flag poles.

Please wear your uniform shirts.

Walk Worthy