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Congrats to T457's Latest OA Ordeal Member

Posted on Sep 29 2014 - 9:30am

SSR CeremonyCongratulations go out to Will D. who successfully completed his ordeal this past weekend at Camp Schoellkopf and is the newest OA member from T457. Part of this weekend was spent helping to clean up Camp Schoellkopf.  OA members spent time moving firewood, painting, and clearing brush.  3 of our OA members - CJ, Anthony & Noah served on the ceremonies team.  As 3 of us were not required to be at camp the entire day, we participated in Ian D's Eagle Project in the morning as well.  Attending the weekend were Will, CJ, Noah, Anthony, and Mrs Conway. 

Upcoming Eagle Projects

Posted on Sep 29 2014 - 9:04am

Please save the dates:

  • Saturday, Oct 4: Ian DesJardin's Eagle Project - details & permission slip here
  • Saturday, October 18: Eric Zillioux's Eagle Project - details to follow (rain date Sunday, 10/19)

 

9/28/14 PLC Notes

Posted on Sep 29 2014 - 8:51am

Follow this link for the notes from the Sunday, September 28th Patrol Leader Council meeting.

9/24 Troop Meeting Reminder

Posted on Sep 24 2014 - 7:17am

Just a reminder that there will not be merit badge classes at the troop meeting on the September 24th due to the visiting Cub Scouts.  - Anthony R

Gettysburg Trip

Posted on Sep 24 2014 - 7:08am

I will be collecting money & permission slips for the 10/10 - 10/13 Gettysburg trip starting this Wednesday, 9/17. The cost is $100/person and you can find the permission slip here.   Follow this link for a tentative itinerary with links to the attractions/trails.  We are driving our own cars rather than taking a bus this time. So far I have about 25 scouts and 11 adults signed up to go, and there is still room for more to go. Any questions, let me know. I am looking for a scout or 2 to step up and help me.  I also am looking for a few parents who are going to step up for some duties.  Thank you - YIS,  Mr. Spengler

Thank you

Posted on Sep 19 2014 - 10:43am

Thank you to all the scouts and families that came out on Saturday 9/13/14 to help with my eagle project at the Naval Park. It was a huge success despite the cold and rainy weather. Everyone who came did a great job moving chairs, setting up tents and other various jobs that were needed to get done. I can't thank you all enough. Thanks, Erik Soucy

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