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Help Still Needed for Turkey Rock Trot

Posted by rbruns on Nov 22 2014 - 8:21pm

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Tahosa Cabin Trip Registration is open. Sign up now

Posted by rbruns on Nov 22 2014 - 7:13pm

We were able to reserve a cabin at Tahosa for the same weekend as OKPIK. 

Snow camping the easy way.  Come join us for a fun weekend of playing in the snow at beautiful Camp Tahosa.  Tubing, Sledding, hiking, and snow-play will be the order of business. Plus a visit to the OKPIK crew to see how they build their snow caves.

The lodge sleeps 18 so signup early.  The cost will be about $30 per person ($14 for camping fees and $16 for meals). 

Register at this LINK.

2 Openings for OKPIK January 23-25

Posted by rbruns on Nov 22 2014 - 7:13pm

We have two slots available for OKPIK in January.  If we don't fill them by next week, we will give them back.  So if you are interested, sign up now at this LINK.

Okpik High Adventure is cold weather camping at its finest.  Build and sleep in a quinzee, learn about comfort, safety, and having fun in the cold.

This two day and two night adventure develops confidence and skills in camping and living in the outdoors during extreme weather conditions. Receive training in physical preparation, cold weather dress, first aid and emergency procedures, food and water, equipment use while experiencing cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter shelter building.

The cost is $110.  Scouts must be 13 years old and 1st Class as of January 1, 2015 to attend. No Exceptions

Eagle Project - Food Drive

Posted by rbruns on Nov 22 2014 - 7:12pm

Dalton Klepper is doing a Food Drive for the Douglas/Elbert County Task Force for his Eagle Scout Project.  The Task Force gave away almost half a million pounds of food to struggling families in 2013.  This will be a competition between the Patrols.  Please bring canned food (see attached sheet for food items) during the next 3 weeks of Tuesday Troop meetings.  I will collect and weigh to determine the Patrol winner.  Prize will be awarded to Patrol winner!

Collecting food-Collect from home, collect from family, friends, and neighbors.  (see attached flier for list of items to collect)

Safety- use buddy system when asking neighbors.

Community service opportunity- Keep track of the hours you spend collecting food,  Give a piece of paper with your name and hours on it to Dalton so it can be recorded.

There will be three weeks to bring in the food (December 2nd, Court of Honor is the last day to bring in food)

This is only one part of his project........stay tuned for more opportunities to help him and the community!

Eagle COH - Caspar Placke, Sunday, Nov 23 2:00

Posted by rbruns on Nov 22 2014 - 7:08pm

Caspar Placke Eagle Scout Court of Honor.    Please join us at 2:00 p.m. next week Sunday November 23rd for Caspar Placke’s Eagle Court of Honor at St. Francis Assisi Catholic Church in Castle Rock on 5th St. near Founders.  Refreshments will be served afterwards (including Punch for Mr. Benson).  Please RSVP this week to saskia1@comcast.net or to Caspar at the Troop Meeting.  

ADULT TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

Posted by rbruns on Sep 21 2014 - 12:22am

There are a variety of training opportunities for adults in our troop.  If you take any of the courses below, please turn in a copy of your certificate into our training coordinator.  The fees for many of the in-classroom courses will be reimbursed by the troop upon completion.  Contact the Troop Treasurer or the Committee Chair for details.  Click on 'read more' to to see the list of upcoming classes.

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