aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,
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aefenglommung

Pip, pip

Well, today has certainly been a back-and-forth kind of day; meaning, I've felt like a tennis ball in the midst of a long volley. Still, I've finally got our crew gear list written out, so I don't think I'll forget anything vital tomorrow.

If any of you are available Saturday afternoon, c'mon out to the Monroe County Fairgrounds to see the Scouts in action. Packs, Troops, and Crews will be camping out on the grounds. In the afternoon, there will be an old-fashioned Scout-o-rama (Scout Show). Come see Scouts building monkey bridges, practicing crafts, presenting displays, etc. And be sure to drop by Venturing Crew 119 between 12 and 4 for an English Cream Tea.

Crew 119 is making English muffins (from scratch). There will be jam and butter and what-all to put on them. And we'll be making a pot of tea now and again. Come, join us for a cuppa.
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