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As a follow-up to the previous email, I have 8 seats left, if you are interested, please email, the tickets are bought, all you need to do is attend, see the details below. Thanks.
I was able to acquire 20 seats for the Kings Home game on March 11, 2016 (Friday), I am seeking those who want to attend, the first 20 only to include adults and Scouts. (15 scouts and 5 adults). The adults will need to provide transportation to the Kings Game from Target located in Natomas at 3601 N Freeway Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95834. The game starts at 1900 (7 PM) so I we will need to meet at 1800 (6 PM). We will load in the 5 cars that the adults are driving. Again only the first 15 scouts and 5 adults to contact me will be able to attend. The cost of the event will come from the Patrol Accounts from the Crab Feed proceeds, so no initial cost to the attending parties. I recommend that the adults and scouts eat before the game, no food is provided or allowed to be brought inside the event, food and drinks are available at the game, but those costs are up to the individual to pay for themselves.
If you would like to attend, please email the scoutmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org This will be a great event for the moms to attend with their scouts. The Kings will be playing the Orlando Magic. The game should be over by 2130 (930 PM) and we again meet at the Target Parking lot located at 3601 N Freeway Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95834 around 2145 (945 PM) for the scouts to be picked up by. This is a Scout Night game so Class A uniforms are needed.
Again only the first 15 scouts and 5 adults who respond will be able to attend this event. For the adults, I need to know how many seats your car can fit, not including the driver.
Also this deal I received, will allow us to do a similar game next year at the new Arena.
Troop One celebrates two new Eagle Scouts. The Master of Ceremonies at this May 16th Eagle Court of Honor was another one of our Eagle Scouts.
Two Brothers Detail the Trail to Eagle for their older brothers at the ceremony.
Chas Murphy is always delighted when he gets to pin on his own Eagle Medal, at events like this, an Eagle Court of Honor. He tells stories about the journey of these two Eagle Scouts. They seem to be basking in the moment as well.
Congratulations to the two Eagles, their parents, their leaders and all the volunteers that make Troop 1 do such a fine job of helping young men find their way to self fulfillment through community service, hard work, and brotherhood.