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Joshua Chamberlain Chapter

 Maine, USA

 

Supporting the Girl and Boy Scouts of America

 

Scout Program Liaison – Colonel (Retired) David Schlieper, United States Army, Retired

 

BOY SCOUTS

 

MOWW Eagle Scout Court of Honor Recognition

 

The Joshua Chamberlain Chapter of The Military Order of the World Wars supports the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Courts of Honor by providing a congratulatory letter and a certificate of recognition.

 

If you would like your Eagle Scout recognized by the Military Order of World Wars at his Court of Honor please send the information to our Webmaster.

 

Please allow a sufficient time for processing and mailing of your request. It is recommended that notification take place not later than two weeks before the Court of Honor to allow time for preparation and mailing.

 

You may also request that congratulatory letters and certificates be emailed to you. They are high quality suitable for printing on a color printer on card stock paper.

 

Those requests can be handled with less than a weeks’ notice in most cases. We may also be able to provide presenters, contingent upon date, location, advanced notice and availability of members in your area.

Scouts Recognized by the

Joshua Chamberlain Chapter of the MOWW

 

Fort Kent Eagle Scoutss

 

Kai Hermansen

Old Town, Maine

 

Christopher Melanson

Old Town, Maine

 

Brian Chappelle

Old Town, Maine

 

Nathan Edwards

Stillwater, Maine

 

Ryan Gilman

Old Town, Maine

 

James Campbell

Old Town, Maine

 

Andrew Shellgren

Yarmouth, Maine

 

Cody Dubois

Fort Kent, Maine

 

Jesse Jandreau

Fort Kent, Maine

 

Jonathon Potvin

Fort Kent, Maine

 

 

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

 

Resolution of Cooperation

Whereas The Military Order of the World Wars has long regarded the program of the Boy Scouts of America as in support of the Preamble of the Constitution of the Order; and

 

Whereas The Military Order of the World Wars and the Boy Scouts of America have agreed to initiate a plan of cooperation to promote traditional family values to America's youth; and

 

Whereas The Military Order of the World Wars will participate in Scouting through assistance with units, districts, and councils, in community projects; merit badge programs; and special recognition of Eagle Scouts; and

 

Whereas The Military Order of the World Wars will endeavor to establish, strengthen, and expand its relationship with the Boy Scouts of America, and support mutually beneficial programs: Now, therefore, be it

 

Resolved That this resolution of cooperation will initiate all efforts to encourage and expand the involvement of The Military Order of the World Wars in support of the Boy Scouts of America toward our mutual goals for a better America.

 

 

/s/

Col. Richard A. Palewicz, USAR (Ret.)

Commander-in-Chief

The Military Order of the World Wars

 

/s/

Jere B. Ratcliffe

Chief Scout Executive

Boy Scouts of America

 

 

GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA

 

Resolution of Cooperation

WHEREAS  The Military Order of the World Wars has long regarded the program of the Girl Scouts of the USA as in support of the preamble of the Constitution of the Order; and

 

WHEREAS The Military Order of the World Wars and the Girl Scouts of the USA have agreed to initiate a plan of

cooperation to promote traditional family values to America's youth; and

 

WHEREAS The Military Order of the World Wars will participate in Girl Scouting through assistance with

Troops/Groups, and Councils, in community projects, badge programs, and special recognition of Girl Scout Gold Award recipients; and

 

WHEREAS The Military Order of the World Wars will endeavor to establish, strengthen and expand its relationship

with the Girl Scouts of the USA, and support mutually beneficial programs: Now therefore, be it

 

RESOLVED That this resolution of cooperation will initiate all efforts to encourage and expand the involvement of The Military Order of the World Wars in support of the Girl Scouts of the USA toward our mutual goals for a better America.

 

 

/s/

Col. Richard A. Palewicz, USAR (Ret.)

Commander-in-Chief

The Military Order of the World Wars

 

/s/

Mary Rose Main

National Executive Director

Girl Scouts of the USA