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Eagle Project Help

Posted on Jun 16 2016 - 9:27am

This is a reminder that I am having my Eagle Scout project this Saturday, June 18 at St. John Lutheran Church. I hope you all can make it and here is the permission slip, if you need it. A little information on the project is that we will be removing sod and dirt to put in a gravel pathway in its place going around the cornerstone and other artifacts on the east side of the building. This is going to be a big project and I could use all the help I can get don’t be afraid to bring a friend or five. If you can could bring shovels and wheel barrows to the project that would much appreciated and needed. See you Saturday! ~ Matt K

Seabase 2017 - UPDATE

Posted on Jun 16 2016 - 9:27am

SEABASE 2017 updates! Troop 457, this update is for EVERYONE as we still have space remaining!!! Currently we have open spots remaining for 1 Adult and 3 Youth!   

Camp Barton Meeting

Posted on Jun 16 2016 - 9:24am

Hello Scouts and Parents: There will be a meeting for Camp Barton Campers Wednsday, 6/22, 7:00pm at St Johns (our usual Troop Meeting spot). We'll be going over car pooling, planning, packing, camp duties, leadership and patrol lineups! Thanks, YIS, Mr. Endres

Eagle Project Thank You

Posted on Jun 16 2016 - 9:23am

I would like to thank everyone that helped in any way shape or form for my eagle project.  Without any of you that helped and/or donated, this couldn't have happened. With a total of 1,372 glasses to sort and package, we completed all of the packaging in 1 and a half hours. It was a great success that would only be possible with the amazing turnout of people that came to help.  All of this is greatly appreciated by Hopeful Ways and the people of Nicaragua. Thank you for all the amazing support, Jake C

Congrats to Frank!

Posted on Jun 16 2016 - 9:20am

Congratulations go out to Frank M who has recently been awarded the 2016 Section NE-3A High Adventure scholarship by the Order of the Arrow, Section NE 3A.  (Section NE 3A covers 5 councils and serves 1500+ OA members). This scholarship covers the program fee forthe OA Wilderness Voyage High Adventure program that Frank will be attending in August. As part of that program, Frank will be joining other arrowmen from across the country in a two week canoeing experience at Northern Tier National High Adventure Base, in Ely, Minnesota. One week of the program  isfocused on portage trail and campsite maintenance within the Boundary Waters.The other week is spent on a canoeing adventure that is planned and chosen bythe program participants. Congratulations Frank and enjoy your adventure!  Mrs Ginny Conway, Assistant Scoutmaster and OA Troop Rep Adviser

Attn Cit in the Nation MB Scouts

Posted on Jun 16 2016 - 9:13am

Next Saturday is the field trip for those scouts currently enrolled in the Citizenship in the Nation merit badge. We will be meeting at 165 Holtz Road at 10:45 am for a tour of the air traffic control tower. Everybody can line up on Holtz Rd in front of the gates of the air traffic control tower. When all assembled, the gate will open and all will go in. This tour is free. After this tour, We will be traveling to the Theodore Roosevelt museum located at 641 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14202 (between North and Allen Streets). We will arrive at about noon. We will be spending about 1 hour at this site. The cost is $4 per person. All scouts must provide their own transportation. This trip is limited to the scout and one parent (no siblings). If you plan to attend please send me an email so that I can get a final count of scouts and parents coming on the trip. Scouts should wear their Boy Scout class A uniform. If you have any questions or concerns please send me an email or call me. Thanks!- Shawn McCormick

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