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Preliminary: Many Troops have established the tradition of an Old Timers' Hike on the last Saturday or Sunday of the year, when previous members are home for the Christmas holidays. An adequate attendance promotion is required and a suitable program may be developed. Old Timers and Senior Scouts of the Troop (i.e. boys at least 15 years of age) take part.

Execution: The hike may be an automobile trip to a suitable starting point, a short hike to a country inn where refreshments have been arranged for and where a couple of hours may be spent discussing the old glory of the Troop, and singing the old songs. Then a return hike to the automobiles, and back to town again. Or the hike may be to the Troop's favorite camp site, where a roaring fire is going and where a meal of baked beans are "doing" underground.

 

 

 

   

 

 


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