Weekly Post, May 16, 2010
Post date: May 2, 2010 9:12:45 PM
Greetings Scouts, Scouters, and Parents,
A lot has changed recently. Please review the upcoming events from the calendar.
Thanks again to everyone who made the Fort Lupton New Scout Campout/canoe trip/pig roast/service project/camping extravaganza a great success. If you have not done so already, please take a minute to thank everyone involved.
The new T-Shirts are in! Just in time for summer camp, we have sizes to fit all dimensions including YOUTH sizes. New 2010 Economic Recovery Pricing: $8/T-Shirts and $15/Hoodie. Mrs. Lopp will be at tomorrow's May 17 meeting and will bring them back for the Court of Honor on May 24 as well. firstname.lastname@example.org
Things are getting crazy with school ending. However, PLEASE pay prompt attention to the summer camp emails. There is a lot of planning the next few weeks before summer break. The June 7 parent meeting will be mandatory for all adults with scouts attending either summer camp. The following meeting on the 14th is for both adults and their scouts.
The new roster has been posted to the secure portion of the website. Thank you Mr. Johnson.
Monday, May 17. Troop Meeting. Advancement and Early Annual Planning. Last one of the season. Mrs. Anderson to call all advancement leaders. Those NOT working on merit badges to work with new scouts on Trail to First Class. We will start with Patrol Meetings. Each patrol to provide a list of 10 items for the Planning Meeting.
Wednesday, May 19. Eric Reid's Eagle Court of Honor. Evergreen Lake House. 6:30 PM. Full Class A's.
Saturday, May 22. Annual Planning Meeting and Geocaching Day and Picnic.
Annual Planning Meeting: 10 - 2pm
Alderfer Three Sisters picnic area http://co.jefferson.co.us/openspace/openspace_T56_R5.htm
All scouts strongly encouraged to attend.
All leadership positions are expected to attend.
Mr. Wickham to bring planning materials
SPL to bring assembled ideas from patrols
Lunchtime picnic will include the following food assignments:
Tigers - Hot dogs
Alligators - Buns (hot dogs and burger)
Dragons - Hamburgers
Eagles - Home baked cookies
Flam Arrows - Fruit
Panther - Pies
Stags - Condiments
Serpents - Drinks
Stealth - Ice, cups, utencils
Brighton to check on picnic fire issues and report to SPL. Mr. Wickham to bring charcoal.
Headcount on 17th
Phonetree on preceding Thursday
Geocaching: 2 - 4pm
Alderfer Three Sisters picnic area
Need a scout to be in charge, do a bit of research in advance, and lead the geocaching party. Please let your SPL know.
Monday, May 24. Court of Honor. 6:30 PM. Location TBD. Outdoors.
Spring Court of Honor. Last one before summer. Location being determined.
COWBOY THEME. Yeee ha!
Mr. Luebbe to check on barn. Addison to follow up.
Masters of Ceremony: Parker and Andy S.
Sandwich buffet for food with the following assignments:
Thups - Veggies and dip
Tigers - Condiments w/ lettuce
Alligators - Chips
Dragons - Fruit salad
Eagles - Brownies
Flam Arrows - Soda floats
Panthers - Volcanic rootbeer
Mr. Wickham - Alka Seltzer
Stags - Ice Cream
Stealth - Pie
Serpents - Big cookies
July 31 Centennial Celebration. This looks cool. The Colorado Rapids and the Boy Scouts announced a special engagement on July 31 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. All participating Boy Scouts in this truly unique event will arrive at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park the morning of July 31 prepared for a full day of activities, beginning with a special tour and programming in the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge and on Dick’s Sporting Goods Park’s fields complex. Scouts will then have the opportunity to witness a Colorado Rapids home match, as they move inside the stadium to cheer on the Rapids during the club’s regular season match against FC Dallas. Following the game, scouts will be treated to a special nationwide broadcast as the stadium’s RapidsVision joins in live to A Shining Light Across America from the Centennial Celebration Show from the 100th Anniversary National Scout Jamboree in Fort AP Hill, Virginia. Check it out.
CRITICAL DEADLINES AND SIGNUPS - These are in the troop calendar and, as a reminder, in Announcements. Please see announcements.
UPCOMING - Click here for the current Troop Calendar.
ADULT TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES. (…it’s not just an opportunity, it’s an expectation…)
Click here for the location on the webpage.
- First Responder/Remote Care and CPR
- Advanced/Wilderness First Aid and CPR
- Fast Start – online
- This is Scouting – online
- Youth Protection – online
- Troop Committee Challenge - online
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