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Boy Scout Troop 633 Simi Valley Troop 633 is located in Simi Valley California and chartered by Simi Covenant Church. We meet most Monday evenings from 7:30-9 at the church. Be sure to check the calendar for upcoming events.

24 September 20140 Comments

The Nethercutt Car Museum Oct. 4th

Hey troop 633! Join us for a great day at The Nethercutt Collection, In Sylmar. This will take place on Saturday, October 4th, at 12:00 pm. Signups will be available at Monday’s meeting, on September 29th. Please refer to this flyer for further information. You may also contact Maria Cumsille if you have any questions. Hope to see everyone there!

17 September 2014Comments Off

Popcorn fundraising update

Dear Scouts and Parents,

The Troop really needs your support with popcorn sales. We are focusing on our store front efforts and need both parents and scouts for the next two weeks on Saturday and Sunday. The time and locations are as follows:

Saturday, Sept 20th and Sept 27th
2:00 to 6:00 PM
Albertson’s on Royal and Madera.
2 Scouts needed, 2 parents

Sunday, Sept 21st and Sept 28th
10:00 to 11:30 AM
Simi Covenant Church
2 Scouts needed, 2 parents

Parents……. the scouts will be doing most of the work, we just need your to help collect the money and make changes as necessary.

Your help with our fundraising efforts would really be appreciated! All money raised will go directly into your scouts long-term account. Thank you in advance for helping to make our fundraising event a success. Please contact me at the telephone number below. Thank you for your assistance!

Neal Berliner, GE
213-369-2881

01 September 2014Comments Off

Troop 633 Fundraiser

Here’s an opportunity for your scout to earn money for his long-term camp account. Troop 633 is hosting an Entertainment Book Fundraiser. We kicked-off the fundraiser on Monday, August 25th and it run through Monday, September 22nd. View the handout here.

If you haven’t received a sample book and order form yet, please contact Lynn Luke at lynn@lukeonline.com. You can also get started by emailing your friends and family a special link that will be designated specifically for our troop and your scout. Just visit entertainment.com/share and follow the instructions, our group ID is 10569540.

If we reach our minimum quota of 150 books, each book you sell will put $12 in your scouts long-term account.

For any questions please contact Lynn Luke… Happy Selling!

18 August 2014Comments Off

8/18 PLC Meeting

As of tonight the troop has pieced together this upcoming schedule. First, will be year planning meeting on August 25th, followed by two regular meetings being held on the 1st and 8th of spetember. The duties on the 1st are; dessert-snipes, games-trojans, flags-badgers, chairs- sabretooths. On the 8th, the duties are; chairs-badgers, game-olympians, flags-knights, dessert-thunder cats. The next meeting after those two is a Court Of Honor being held on the 15th, the duties for that are; flags-trojans, dessert-knights. Please speak among your patrol to figure out who has what duty, and mark the important dates on your calendar! Also, please arrive slightly early if possible when on chair duty so you have time to set up. Thanks and see you next week!

05 August 2014Comments Off

Troop Planning Meeting August 25

The Troop 633 planning meeting for 2015 will be on August 25 at 6 PM. This is your chance to help plan our activities for the coming year including camping trips and summer camps. Patrol Leaders and Assistant Patrol Leaders are required to attend as are the Green Bar, but the planning meeting is open to everyone (parents too!). Send an RSVP to Laurie Hoffman by 8/22, so she can order enough food. There will be a sign up sheet as well. Dinner will be served at 6 PM. The meeting is expected to run until 9 PM.

31 July 2014Comments Off

Ryan Hur’s Eagle project this weekend

Ryan Hur needs your help this weekend to complete his Eagle project. The work days are Saturday from 8 to 5 and Sunday 2 to 5 (you don’t need to stay all day). We will meet at the YMCA on Cochran. Please bring a hat, gloves, and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. Lunch will be served at 12 on Saturday. Contact Ryan at ryanhur1@yahoo.com if you have any questions.

29 July 2014Comments Off

Final Chess Merit Badge Meeting

Attention all Chess Merit Badge Members! The last meeting will be on August 11th, so remember to bring all the chess games you have annotated. Remember, you must have at least 3 annotated chess games on chess.com, and one game against a live opponent. Remember that all these games must be annotated and you must bring those annotated notes in! Bring a bluecard and pen so that you can finish the merit badge. If you have any questions, you may contact Stephen Burt. Thanks!

26 July 2014Comments Off

7/20 PLC

Latest PLC Info.

Cool Breeze Ride – Aug. 16th

Deep Sea Fishing – Aug. 17th

Cooking Merit Badge – Aug. 4th

Annual Planning Meeting – Aug. 18

July 28th meeting- Dessert will be provided by the Badgers, flags will be presented by the Snipes and the game will be hosted by the Sabertooth’s

August 4th – Dessert will be provided by the Knights, flags will be presented by the Thundercats and the game will be hosted by the Olympians

August 11th- Dessert will be provided by the Trojans, flags will be presented by the Green Bar and the game will be hosted by the Knights.

17 July 2014Comments Off

Ryan Hur’s Eagle Project Fundraisers.

Ryan Hur will be holding two fundraisers to raise money for his eagle project. The first will be held at the Habit, on Tuesday July 29th, 2014 and will run from 4-9 pm. Please present this flyer to the cashier if you attend. The second fundraiser will be held at Baja Fresh, on Tuesday, August 15th, and will run from 10:30 am to 9:30 pm. Please present this flyer to the cashier if you plan to attend. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Ryan Hur. Hope everyone can make it!

28 May 2014Comments Off

Sierra Nevada Recap

What a great weekend of backpacking! Friday night we watched a meteor shower and awoke to a beautiful sunrise on Dome Rock. On Saturday we strolled along the Trail of 100 Giants. Check out the video of the two sequoias that fell in 2011 here.  We put on our backpacks at Lewis Camp and hiked to the Little Kern River bridge, then on to Trout Meadows. At camp we rested then played cards, chess, and 3 Flies Up before turning in for the night. A bear visited the camp, but all the food was in the elevated bear bags, so he moved on.  On Sunday we left the campground better than we found it and hiked with great determination uphill to the trailhead. Overall we hiked over 15 miles with an elevation gain of 3,000 feet!

Sierra Nevada Photos