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!
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.
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 email@example.com if you have any questions.
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!
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.
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!
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After our most recent PLC, we have come up with our future schedule for the meetings. Just a quick heads up, there will be NO troop meeting next Monday, the 26th due to Memorial Day. The following week, June 2nd, there are troop elections, followed by the Court Of Honor, on June 9th. As a patrol, you should have an idea of who has their job for the week, and EVERY boy should know what their patrols duty is. With that being said, on the 2nd of June, Snipes have Games, Trojans have Desserts, and Badgers have Flags. On the 9th the Sabertooths have Dessert duty. Any questions or concerns, you may contact out SPL: Landon Burtchell
Attention to all Scouts signed up for the chess merit badge!We will be having our first meeting with the counselor on May 12th. Please print out and bring the chess merit badge , bring a blue card, and be prepared, the lesson will only be 40 minutes. We will only be having two meetings, so make sure not to miss this one. Any questions or concerns you may contact Timothy Burt
Join us in the land of giants. The area we will be exploring has huge mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons and the world’s largest trees.
Scouts will need to pack a sleeping bag & pad, food, and the 10 essentials. The troop has backpacks available to scouts who need them. Hiking, orienteering, and fishing activities are planned. There will be a trip planning meeting on May 12th.