March and April Activities

The troop will be working a couple of items. At 6:00 pm, cooking in the kitchen is an option for those wanting to work on the merit badge or improve their skills. 7 pm the regular meeting will begin. The focus is Scout skills, Scout knowledge, teamwork, and other related items. Merit badges, cyber awareness, and a few other activities will added.

Yard Sale March 22. Details to follow

The next campout is April 25 to 27th at Willow Creek. This is the annual inter troop competition. Camp Wilson competiton or Eagle project is the following week

Wondering about the years activities? Check the calendar for a listing of many of the activites.


NOVA STEM Program

STEM NOVA

Are you interested in shooting off rockets, creating models, trying experiments, or other science activities? Do you like teaching engineering, technology, science, or math? BSA has a new program with real cool activities, projects, and awards. Please contact Brian if you are interested in both participating or helping lead the program.

Draft car design on paper is due first meeting in April. See BSA Nova for more information.

Hiking Merit Badge

Enjoy hiking? The hiking merit badge is an optional Eagle required badge (swimming, cycling, or hiking). Part of the requirements are five continuous 10 mile hikes. Starting in April, this optional activity will begin with a hike in the foothills. These hikes will be designed to build endurance, complete the requirements, only take part of the day, and enjoy the outdoors. If you are interested, please send me a message. Families are welcome to join us but please be ready for some exercise and the outdoors.

 

Meeting and Schedule Overview

 

Event and Upcoming Camping Overview

*See calendar for detailed information

Willow Creek 2014
04/25/14  to 04/27/14

Are you ready for a weekend packed full of fun and challenges? The troop will be competing against other regional troops in the annual camporee. We will be meeting at 4:30 pm Friday 25th and on the road by 5 pm. Returning late Sunday afternoon

 

Working on Tenderfoot, Second Class, or First Class? Boy Scouts of America has on-line videos to help you learn the material. Click here to see requirements on-line for Tenderfoot

Medical forms. A follow-up  reminder. A message went out regarding medical form status to each Scout. Yearly, medical forms part A and C need to be filled out. Part B for any event greater than 72 hours. More information can be found [here]

Click here to download the BSA Medical Form

 

 

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