NHS Leadership Essay

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NHS Leadership: I am a member of Boy Scout Troop 66 and I was librarian for two years and I am currently the troop guide. As the troop guide my responsibility is to help the new and younger scouts get used to the troop because it is different from Cub Scouts. I help teach them new skills and basic boy scout skills such as First Aid, knots, lashings, and more. I also assist in planning and running the activities that take place at the weekly troop meetings. I have helped teach the scouts about sprain and strains and how to treat them. I also helped teach the scouts what is supposed to be in the patrol bins that we take on every camping trip. My goal as the troop guide is to help the newer scouts learn and gain more knowledge and I will do…show more content…
Service: For the past 5 years I have been volunteering at the yearly Robin Cone Memorial Classic Gymnastics Meet. I have been a time keeper for some of the different events because the gymnastics only have a certain amount of time to warm up and also some of the events have a time limit. I have also helped unwrap and prepare the medals and awards for the gymnasts as well as helped in the hospitality area which contains food and snacks for the coaches, judges, and volunteers. I helped restock the drinks and ice as well as the snacks. The Robin Cone Gymnastics Meet is in honor of Robin Cone, a guidance counselor at JP Steven who died of breast cancer and also to raise money and awareness for breast cancer treatment and research. Over the past 5 years I have given about 46 hours of my time to this cause. As a member of Boy Scout Troop 66 I have participated in numerous hours of service. I have helped at different Eagle Scout Projects, organizations, and community events. At the Eagle Scout Projects I have helped build a memorial garden outside of JP Stevens, make a pathway to a flagpole and landscape around it at the Veterans home in Edison, organize JP Stevens music, build a kiosk outside of the Edison Light tower and a kiosk next to the new Edison/Metuchen dog park, as well as build benches for outside of the Edison Public Library and outside of JAMS. I have also participated in many different community events such as
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