The Boy Scouts of America and Woodbury Pack 54 Cub Scouts have a long tradition of preparing youth and families to deal with emergencies. The emergencies of today’s world demand more than ever that our young people and adults be trained to deal with many different situations.
On February 18, Pack 54 and their Parents attended training with the Town of Woodbury Emergency Preparedness Director Randy Ashmore to learn some of the skills needed in planning for an emergency.
The key to dealing with any emergency is training and education. This program is designed to help prepare youth and adults to deal with many types of emergencies. Of course, you can never be completely prepared for every
emergency, but the training and planning youth and adults learn through this program will go a long way toward helping our members deal with dangerous situations.
Scouting has been preparing young people and their families to deal with emergencies since the Scouting movement was founded. This is a continuation of Scouting’s tradition of serving communities and the nation.
Left to Right, Back row
Emergency Preparedness Director Randy Ashmore, Pack 54 Advancements Chair
Scouts, back row
Tommy Harrison, Michael Garvey, Benjamin Johnson, Jason Zulpa, Tommy Duncan, James Bogosian, Colin Crook, Matthew Dunham, Sean Coyle, Chris Ciarlo,
Joseph Klonis, Carter Johnson, Brandon Ciarlo, Jack Wolf, Evan Bunovski, Charles Stock
Ryan Shugrue, Daniel Aghamohammadi, Jackson Porcelli, Andrew Cunningham, Liam Hubbard. Tristan Semidey
Making an improvised stretcher with a blanket and poles (Left to right)
Carter Johnson, Jack Wolf, Charles Stock, Thomas Ashmore