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The minutemen hold the ceremony two Saturdays before Patriots Day each year, opening the season of Revolutionary War reenactment events around the region, according to Jeannette Pothier, 75, of Bedford, who is sergeant quartermaster for the company.
The home’s original owner, Elijah Lewis, was a Revolutionary War quartermaster under Jeremiah Wadsworth, the wealthy commissary general for the Continental Army.
He has been transferred out of his former narcotics squad to the quartermaster section.
The military presence there started in World War I, when the Army built a quartermaster depot there.
Even the most devout knight or lord expected to be paid for his service—as did his men at arms, quartermasters, cooks, servants and the ship masters and crews who were vital for transport and resupply.
After years as Tiger Cub Scouts in Pack 1742, the brothers joined Boy Scout Troop 742 in 2010 and held various leadership positions, including assistant patrol leader, senior patrol leader and quartermaster.
The guests include Ron Palfrey, Vietnam veteran who serves as the quartermaster of VFW Post 4287, and Gene Haran, a veteran who serves as the curator of the Cpl.
A quartermaster for his Boy Scout troop, Spychalski teaches younger scouts how to earn badges, and assist senior patrol leaders with weekly meetings, Heinz said.
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: an army officer who provides clothing and supplies for soldiers
: a navy officer who is in charge of the steering of a ship and the use of signals on a ship
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