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Scout Sunday Hosted By Commack United Methodist Church

Boy Scout Troop 125  (Commack) Boy Scouts and adult scouting volunteer leaders pose for a photo with Pastor Roslyn Lee and members of the church community following the Scout Sunday service at Commack United Methodist Church (Commack) on February 11th. Commack United Methodist Church, which hosts Boy Scout Troop 125, was one of several Matinecock District (ScoutsBSA)’s Host Churches for the Protestant Faith during the start of National Boy Scout Week.

As the Boy Scouts of America celebrate their 114 years of serving youths, local Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops, and Explorer Crews attended and participated in the annual “A Scout is Reverent” recognitions during the Scout Sunday Services at various local Catholic and Protestant Churches and the Jewish Scout Sabbath services at area temples and synagogues during the month of February. Troop 125 Boy Scouts (sponsored by the Suffolk Y-Jewish Community Center) were among other Boy Scout Troops and Cub Scout Packs who participated and helped to lead the services both in person and via zoom at Temple Beth Chai of Hauppauge, Dix Hills Jewish Center, and at East Northport Jewish Center.

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