September 2, 2013 1:00pm downtown Janesville
Meet near the corner of McKinley and Cherry streets at 12:00 noon. This spot is in the middle of Staging Area D. See map . Our staging area borders Court Street. Look for the uniforms and you will find the contingent.
The Boy Scouts of America has a proud tradition world-wide, and has been a part of the United States heritage since 1910. The BSA aims are to develop Moral Strength and Character; to create a sense of obligation to help other people, our government, and society as a whole; and, to establish and promote physical, mental, and emotional fitness. Labor of the hands and mind are a part of this heritage. Join the Indian Trails District in showing support for Labor Day.
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, their parents and families are welcome to join in this celebration of American labor. Uniformed scouts are a picture of youth learning to become a part of our great nation’s contribution to a living culture of hard work and dedication by the promotion of all of the aims of scouting. Janesville looks for you to join us. Be proud to walk in the parade with all of your fellow scouts and scouters.
What to bring and/or wear:
- Uniform. Youth and adults
- Water bottles (filled, of course.)
- Organization’s American Flag
- Troop, Crew, or Pack flag
- Flag harness(es)
- Small banner representing organization
- Treats to toss