Molino Boy Scouts Learn About Government With ECUA Board Member

October 18, 2017

Boy and Cub Scout Troop 430 in Molino spent Tuesday evening with ECUA District 5 board member Larry Walker at Aldersgate United Methodist Church. Walker spoke about his role and about local government. Meeting and speaking to an elected official is part of Webelos advancement and the Boy Scout “Citizenship in the Community” merit badge. Photos for, click to enlarge.



5 Responses to “Molino Boy Scouts Learn About Government With ECUA Board Member”

  1. Larry N Walker on October 20th, 2017 2:31 am

    It was a privilege to share time with the Scouting program sponsored by Aldersgate UMC in Molino. What an impressive program. Membership is increasing, boys seem enthusiastic. It was great fun. Leaders, I WILL come again, if you will just invite me. Kudos to the adult leaders–Kevin Danforth, Mark Schlobolm, Bill Pettus, too many to remember them all, but all good men.

  2. Bonnie Exner on October 19th, 2017 8:36 pm

    Larry Walker is a dedicated ECUA director and has represented DISTRICT 5 for many an educator he also realizes the importance of sharing his knowledge and experience with the youth of today who become the leaders of tomorrow..such as the BOY SCOUTS,GIRL SCOUTS, 4-H etc.

  3. LuLu on October 18th, 2017 11:23 am

    Great looking bunch of scouts! Kevin Danforth is an amazing Christian role model and leader. Since the kids were interested in the recycle facility, maybe Mr. Walker could arrange an outing there. Please, everyone, keep the scouts and Mr. Danforth in your prayers.

  4. Kevin Danforth on October 18th, 2017 8:23 am

    We are very thankful for Mr. Walker and the work he is doing for District 5. He took time to answer many questions from the Scouts and a few parents. His knowledge was very impressive, and the Scouts seemed very interested in ECUA’s recycling facility at the Perdido Land Fill. Thank you again Mr. Walker.

  5. Tabitha on October 18th, 2017 5:09 am

    Where’s all the girls ? Oh that’s right, we still have some sense round here (for now).

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