If you are interested in getting CPR and/or First Aid Training, please contact George at the Troop meeting. He has scheduled a CPR class on Tuesday evening, February 20 and a First Aid class on Tuesday evening, March 6. Both will be at the United Methodist Church and from 7 to 10 PM. You will receive an American Red Cross certificate after completing these classes. Scouts may signup for these courses, but they must be at least 12 years old.
This March 6 course is the standard First Aid course. If you would prefer to take the more advanced Wilderness First Aid Course, it will be offered on March 23, 24, & 25. This is a 16 hour course (hence the 3 days) and you must have a CPR certification to take this course. You do not need to take the First Aid class on March 6 if you want to take Wilderness First Aid. The location for this course has not yet been determined. Scouts may take this course, too, but they must be at least 14 years old. This is a highly recommended course for ASMs.
Space is limited in these classes so contact George as soon as possible. Read more
All our scouts are invited to be at the Elks Lodge on Sunday, January 28 at 1:45 pm to welcome two new Scouts into our Troop, Cristian Price and Matthew Blough from Pack 3643. We will gather at 1:45 so we are ready for the 2 pm start of the Bridging ceremony. The Elks Lodge is behind what long time residents will remember as the “Walk In” now named the “Santa Susana Cafe” They will be crossing over a rope bridge for the bridging ceremony.
This in our biggest service project of the year. We would like EVERY scout to sign-up for at least 1 of the days.
Wednesday Feb 21rd, 3 PM-5 PM: Distribution of bags and fliers to our assigned neighborhood
- Meet in the Simi Covenant Church parking lot where we will hand out bags and maps.
Saturday February 24th, 9 AM-1 PM: Pick-up of (hopefully) filled bags.
- Meet in the Simi Covenant Church Parking where we will hand out maps.
- Filled bags will be delivered to the Metro-Link Station collection point.
Adults: We would have like to have one driver for every two scouts to make it easier to drop off and pick-up the bags on a street by street basis, so please sign-up Adults. This Service Project needs you too.
If you have question, suggestions, or concerns please contact Monica White or George Kurata at a Troop meeting
If you are not going on the campout to Death Valley, you can sign-up to help in the children’s’ craft booths at the Presidents’ Day Celebration at the Reagan Library. This is lots of fun and you also get service hours.
You will need to be at the Library at 9 AM to help setup and should be done around 3:30 PM. You can sign up for half-a-day or all-day. Lunch is provided if you stay all day. Maximum number of scouts & adults is 10, so sign-up early if you want a spot.
Go to the Ronald Reagan Presidents Day Flyer to signup for this activity.
Sign-up at the Troop Meeting for a fun weekend of camping at one of America’s biggest National Parks. This is a 4-day trip on Presidents’ Day weekend. The Simi Valley schools are not in session on Friday. Come and go hiking in places like Mosaic Canyon and Badwater Basin (262 ft. below sea level), play on the 700-foot sand dunes and even do a 50-mile bike ride (downhill) along Scotty’s Castle Rd. Make sure your bike is in good condition.
- Pack Inspection Thursday night, February 15 at 7:00 PM at back of Simi Covenant Church for all Scouts who have not completed their First Class rank.
- Meet at Simi Covenant Church on Friday, February 16 at 7 AM. We will return around 3 PM on Monday
- Don’t forget everyone, youth & adult, needs to bring BSA Heath Form Parts A & B (pages 1-3)
Watch this post for the cost of the campout. We need a final headcount to determine this.
Many Thanks to Alex, Cole, Davis, Jacob, John and Cameron & his dad, Bruce, (on Friday night) for helping with the Pack 3663 Pinewood Derby!!! Great Job!!!
After some administrative hiccups, the Troop website is back and is fully up to date. Watch us for important information about troop activities.