Boy Scouts of America Set to Participate in Placing Wreaths on Fallen Soldiers Grave Sites


A tradition for Wreath Across America, Pack 1591 will remember, honor and teach their young Scouts of our beloved soldiers Who: Boy Scouts of America, 10 Cub Scouts from Pack 1591 from Madison Heights, Michigan. What: In Conjunction with Wreaths Across America’s annual tradition, Pack 1591 from Madison Heights will participate in placing a wreath on fallen soldier’s graves. This reverence of service is something

Scouting instills in every Scout. Our young Scouts will use this opportunity to honor the men and women who served our country to their highest regard. Our Scouts will witness adults give reverence to the flag, each other, and our country. Many soldiers do not have a loved one who can come and place a wreath on their graves sites and Scouts want to do our part in remembering our soldiers.

As part of our Cub Scout Adventures, Scouts are required to complete a service project by “talking with a local hero” and/or visit a place of reverence.

When: December 12th, 2015 at 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.

Where: Great Lakes National Cemetery, 4200 Belford Rd, Holly, MI 48442

Interviews Available: Maria Kramer, Den Leader (Volunteer) for Boy Scouts of America, 10 Cub Scouts from Pack 1591. About the Great Lakes Field Service Council, Boy Scouts of America: The Great Lakes Field Service Council, Boy Scouts of America provides a variety of youth development and camping programs that promote character, leadership, and life skills to over 24,000 Southeast Michigan boys and girls. The Great Lakes Field Service Council works with nearly 10,000 adult volunteer leaders in conjunction with over 700 partner organizations to teach young people the values and behaviors they need to succeed in life.

More information on the Great Lakes Field Service Council can be found at