Scribe Notes 4/19/2011
April 26th –Troop meeting
April 29th – April 30th- New Scout Camp-out
May 3rd - PLC/Troop meeting
May 17th – Swim Check- TENTATIVE
May 21st – Alpine Slide- TENTATIVE (Road Runners?)
May 24th –LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!!- Troop Meeting
May 25th –Denver Mint Tour- TENTATIVE
May 27th- 29th Veedavoo Camp-out
May 30th -Memorial day
May 31st -Fun Night
June 2nd –Roundtable
June 4th -Go Carting- TENTATIVE- (Duct Tape?)
June 7th –PLC/Troop Meeting
June 8th -Cave of winds-TENTATIVE- (Rattlesnakes?)
June 11th -Geocaching/Orienteering- TENTATIVE
June 14th –Committee Meeting
June 19th - 25th Tahosa
June 21st -Troop Meeting
June 26th – July 2st Peaceful Valley
June 28th -Troop Meeting
A. Moncier, Troop 88 Scribe
Eagle Scout Court of Honor
June 18, 2011 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church
“The Next Adventure”
Showcases the Fun and Excitement of Scouting
4/16/2011 10:00 AM - 4:00PM
Make sure you get this great family outing on your calendar. The Scout Show is a tremendous opportunity for the public to see what Scouting is all about, with hands-on activities and great prizes! Fun things at the Scout Show include archery, games, camping demonstrations, cooking demonstrations, stage shows, obstacle courses, cubmobiles, pinewood derby car races, a 60’x90’ model railroading display, and activities for all ages.
For all those families already involved in Scouting, it’s a great chance for Scouts to participate and experience a larger perspective of this great organization, and to earn money and prizes to enhance his Scouting experience!
Scouting groups from around the Denver metro area plan fun activities for this event, and many local businesses host booths with food, drinks and items for sale. The Scout Show provides inexpensive entertainment for the whole family and is open to the public.
Who: Open to the public
Cost: $10/family entrance ticket featuring over $100 value in special offers/discounts from supporting businesses, FREE PARKING. Proceeds benefit the Denver Boy Scouts.
The BSA has remained the nation’s leading youth organization because it remains true to the core values of Scouting, such as service to others, respecting and embracing the outdoors, doing your best, and living in a healthy manner. One of BSA’s core programs is “No Child Left Inside” which encourages youth to participate in outdoor activities. For 100 years, the BSA has created a foundation of leadership, service, and community for millions of America’s youth.
New Scout Campout, April 29th/30th @ the PEPC Firepit – Mr. Bepristis is planning our campout, moc.liamtohnull@sitsirpebd.
This is a learning weekend for the boys. Parents are invited and encouraged to come campout with us. We may put you to work however!
Boys, read pages 39-41 in your handbook. There’s a place for you to record this weekend’s campout. You might also want to read about camping, first aid and being outdoors.
- Arrive around 5:00pm in CLASS A UNIFORM with Class B or teeshirt underneath. Have the boys fed before arrival – NO DINNER IS PLANNED. The boys will select their campsites, put their site together. We’ll have a Crackerbarrel event that evening (skits/songs) and discussion of the weekend.
- Saturday morning the boys will be doing multiple learning stations.
- Home after 5:00pm.
Items he’ll need:
- 1 or 2 boys need to bring a tent
- Boy Scout Handbook (remember it goes to every scouting event you attend)
- Sleeping bag for camping out (doesn’t need a 0 degree, but 30 degree he’d be warmer)
- Sleeping pad
- Extra change of clothing (don’t be surprised if he doesn’t change his clothes, just throw him in the shower when he gets home).
- Comfortable hiking shoes or boots.
- Mess kit
- Water Bottle
- 10 essentials (have him look in the book)
- First Aid kit – I have some extraneous items he might add
- If he takes a knife he will not be using it and it should not be visible until he earns his Totem Chip, which will happen this weekend.
- Great attitude! This is the beginning of his Trail to Eagle. Having a eager attitude makes all our adventures so much more fun.
Other things you might be looking at investing in for future campouts (Peaceful Valley).
- Good sleeping bag
- Good cot
- Wool socks
- 10×10 tarp
- Rubbermaid or Sterilite Footlocker (water proof)
- Raingear (pants & jacket)
4511 Scribe Notes
- Sat. 9th – Pioneer Trails Merit Badge college
- Tue. 12th – Committee meeting 6:30pm
- Sat. 16th – Scout show
- Sun. 17th – TENTATIVE Tree Lovers Arbor Day
- Tue. 19th – Troop Meeting
- Tue. 26th – Troop Meeting
- Fri 29th –Sat. 30th - New Scout camp-out @ PEPC(See Mrs. Moncier or Mr. Bepristis)
- Tue. 3rd – PLC and Troop meeting advancements
- Tue. 10th – Committee meeting
- Tue. 17th – Swim checks Troop Meeting
- Sat. 21st – Alpine Slide( Road Runners Patrol)
- Tue. 24th – Star Night
- Fri. 27th – Sun. 29th – Vedevoo Weekend
- Tue. 31st – Troop Fun Night- ? Movie Night
Other Troop Stuff
- Everyone, everyone needs a troop roster. If you don’t have one please e-mail Mr. Ski at moc.nsmnull@yksilakseoj
- If you have any ideas for a speaker to come and talk to the troop, please talk to Mr. Ski or the SPL
- If you want to have a patrol skit or song please sign up
- Work on your patrol plane rocket things for the Scout Show.
- FLAGS! We will have a break out to do them, if you and your patrol would like to plan one please sign out for a break out activity
- Patrols need to come up with new games, capture the flag is probably getting a bit boring for a few, and when you play any game remember, NO PARKING LOT!!
Troop 88 Scribe
Mountain Lions Patrol