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Troop 48 - Germantown, Tennessee
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Troop 48 Scouts in front of Cabin at Camp Currier c

Scouts enjoy a warm day at Camp Currier, standing in front of their cabin at the top of "little suicide" hill. The cabin was taken apart a few years later. All that remains is a concrete floor that was the kitchen in the back of the cabin. Also, the water hydrant installed and paid for by the troop remains in the location that was the front, southwest corner of the cabin. (Barry Moore, 1st from left; Ralph Moak, 4th from left)

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Mr. Ralph Moak receives the Geo. Meany award

Ralph was a dedicated Troop 48 Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster whose work with Troop 48 spanned nearly five decades from 1965 until his death in 2000. Here he is recognized for 25 years of service to Scouting by the AFL-CIO Labor Council. Ralph influenced many boys, each of whom remember him fondly. Ralph was married to Alva Moak. (circa ?)

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