If any scout is interested in submitting a patch design for this year’s Camporee, you must turn in the design to your district’s round table, or email it to Corey.firstname.lastname@example.org by April 17-19th. The 1st place winner will receive a $100 gift card, and 2 runner ups will receive $50 gift cards. For more information on the design guidelines and rules, refer to this flyer. If you have any questions or concerns you may contact Corey Slack at: Corey.email@example.com or 805-482-8938.
Attention troop 633! Tomorrow, December 1st, there will be a troop meeting as usual. At this meeting we will be electing new troop positions, and you must be there to apply/accept the position. If you are looking for a leadership role in the troop, it is mandatory to attend. Even if you are not looking for a position, you should still be there to vote so you are not disappointed by the decision made on who is elected. Please try your hardest to attend this meeting so the positions can be fairly determined. This meeting will be at the same time as 7:30, but we ask you to arrive before the meeting begins so that everyone can be prepared for the voting. On a side note, Trojan patrol is running games, Sabretooths are running flags, and Thundercats will be running dessert. Hope everyone can make it to the meeting!
On Saturday October 25th, Simi Valley High School will be having their Band Spectacular Event. The Committee has reached out to the Boy Scouts of America to see if we can help them with the event. They will need at least 20 boys to come out and help with checking wristbands, snack bar assistance, crowed control, and trash pickup. They will be asking for participation from 3:00PM- 9:00PM. These service hours will be recorded and all scouts will receive credit for the hard work that they will be doing. For more information about how to help out, please contact Cindy Slack at 805-207-9206 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hard to believe that its already been a month since our last PLC! The subject of the meeting we just had is the Halloween party, that is coming up shortly. Every patrol discussed among themselves all the final clarifications on who is going to provide what, for their game. Aside from this, regular meeting jobs have been assigned to every patrol on Monday nights. Here are the jobs:
- Snipes- Flags
- Trojans- Dessert
- Badgers- Dessert
Ronald Reagan Roundtable Meeting is tonight, October 16, 2014 7:30pm. Join us at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Sinaloa, located at 480 Sinaloa Rd Simi Valley, CA 93065.
7:30- 7:45PM: Announcments
7:45-8:30PM: Break out sessions
- Youth Protection Training: Craig Oakford will be doing training for anyone that has an expired, will expire, or has never taken the training. All registered adults need to be Youth Protection Trained by recharter due day on November 20th!
- Boy Scout Break Out: Keith will be talking about the JTE Score Cards and how you and your unit can fill them out and follow them throughout the year!
- Cub Scouts Break Out: Stacy will be talking about the JTE Scorecard and how to plan out the Cub Scout year for 2015
- Trail to Eagle Break Out: George Kurata will be working with the boys on how to advance to Eagle
- Order of The Arrow: All OA members, come meet the new members that were at Ordeal on October 10, 2014
As you may know, the Halloween Party will be occurring on October 27th, and every patrol will have a duty. These duties have been created by the patrols themselves, and it is now their job to gather the necessary supplies needed for their event. Here are what the patrols have been assigned:
1.) Pumpkin Bulls-eye: Badgers
2.)Wheel of Terror: Trojans
3.) Pumpkin Hunting: Snipes
4.) The Tent of Dewn: Sabretooths
5.) Scary Hopscotch: Knights / Thundercats
6.) Pumpkin Bowling: Olympians
Snipes & Olympians – Desserts
Lite Appetizers – Sabretooths & Badgers
Vegetable Trays – Scorpions
Chips/Dips – Knights / Striking Lightning
Fruit Trays/Fruit – Snipes
Drinks/Water – Snipes & Trojans
Please speak among your patrols and figure out who is going to provide what. For further information you can view the original Halloween Party post on the troop website, or access this flyer. If you have any questions or concerns you may contact our SPL, Nick Burt for information on the games, and Laurie Hoffman for information on the food.
Our troop has an opportunity to assist the Rotary of Simi Valley in their annual Pooch Parade event at Lemon Park. We are asking scouts and parents to help volunteer from 9AM to 3 PM, counting toward your service hours. There are many jobs at this event that need to be filled by scouts. Parents are also needed to help set up (7:00 AM) and man a Boy Scout booth (9:00am-3:30pm). For further information on this event you may visit their website. If you have any questions you may contact Jenn Sharts (805) 551 7240.
Attention scouts and parents of scouts who are interested in Camp Parsons!
This Monday’s Meeting (October 13th), will present general information on Camp Parsons, in Washington. The Troop’s reservations at the camp have been secured, for the week of July 5th-11th, 2015. The meeting will inform you on details such as merit badges, high adventure programs, and the planned tour of Seattle area at the end of camp. This meeting will also present a video on the camp’s high adventure program, along with estimates on pricing. If you have any questions or concerns please contact: Tim Burt. Hope everyone will check out this awesome adventure into the Pacific Northwest!
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!