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As mentioned in a previous post, those attending Camp Hero this weekend and do not have a way to get your bike out to Montauk need to bring the bike to the meeting on Thursday.
We will meet at Camp Hero Friday evening.
On Saturday morning we will bike ride to Montauk Lighthouse for a tour. Scouts and adults must bring a fee of $7, as well as a bag lunch.
We will then bike ride to Cattle Ranch, and Scouts will eat the bag lunches they brought during the ride.
The afternoon will be free time to tour the camp, fish, hike, fly a kite or any other leader-approved activity. Campfire Saturday night. Patrol dessert competition. Have Fun.
Here are directions to the camp:
Anyone who sold popcorn on an individual order form needs to bring that in this Thursday (10/23/2014) as this is the deadline to get them in.
Those attending camp HERO this weekend and do not have a way to get your bike out to Montauk need to bring the bike to the meeting on Thursday.
Mr. Takach will be packing as many as he can into his open 4 X 8 trailer. The bikes will be put on their sides and layered in the trailer with material between the layers.
If you have a ride out there with a bike rack, that is the better way to go.
The Troop trailer is NOT going so all gear needs to find another way out to Camp Hero.
The protestant committee on scouting is holding their annual retreat at Camp Wauwepex in Wading River on November 7th thru 9th with a “survival” theme.
This event is open to scouts of all faiths and is an “all inclusive” event (just bring your tent and gear).
Mr. Palmer and Mr. Bauer will be manning the kitchen so register ASAP if you are interested in attending.
There is a pre-registration discount
Details below and by clicking HERE
Suffolk County Council
2014 Fall Retreat
November 7—9, 2014
Schiff Scout Camp
Do you have what it takes to
What if you were lost or even marooned on a deserted Island?
Would you know what to do?
Join us to learn
ALL the tools needed to be a survivor!
Join us Friday for movie night at 8:00 pm as we start off this exciting weekend as we begin to learn how to be a survivor! For those who cannot make it on Friday night, Opening Ceremonies will be at 9:00am on Saturday. Meals will be provided beginning with breakfast on Saturday through breakfast on Sunday. Cost for the entire weekend will be $35 per person if payment is received by October 6, 2014. Registrations received from October 7, through October 20, 2014 will be $45 per person. All fees must be submitted with the attached summary form no later than October 20, 2014. The fees MUST accompany registration forms. There will be NO REFUNDS.
Any dietary restrictions must be noted on the pre-registration form and submitted by the October 20, 2014 deadline.
For more information you can contact:
Lois Accattato 631-275-6228 [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Wes Triani [ Triani_wes@NLVMAIL.com]
All scouts and their families,
This Thursday, October 2, is the annual “Family Night” and awards presentation at 7 p.m.
The scouts will present a slide show of the events since the March 2014 Pasta Night and will receive merit badges or honors earned since the picnic in June. We will have desserts as well.
Come down and support all the scouts – Each family should bring a dessert to share.
SCOUTS SHOULD ARRIVE AT 6:15 PM TO HELP SET UP. (Mrs. Chandler is in charge)
St. James Day takes place this Sunday, Sept. 28, and it is a mandatory Troop fundraiser. While we understand that this year St. James Day falls during a school break and some cannot attend due to being away, we need to make every effort to support this event.
Scouts need to bring pre-wrapped baked goods in small portions to sell. (Example: 2 brownies or 3-4 cookies or a cupcake; no cakes or loaf-pan-sized items). Please label and list ingredients on the package and drop off baked goods at the booth on Lake Ave. by 9 a.m.
Dress in Class A uniforms.
We are in spot #154 by “THE BARN”
Jacob C. will be acting SPL and leading the scouts at setup.
Michael F. , Gregory R. & Nick T. will have church parking lot security.
Below is the Signup List:
Setup 8:00 am – 11:00 am
(MAXIMUM OF FOUR SCOUTS FOR SETUP)
- Cole D.
- Joey M.
- Gregory B.
- James B.
Shift 1 10:30am – 12:30 pm
- Zach C.
- Peter P.
- Michael P.
- Michael K.
- Nicholas S
- George O.
Shift 2 Noon – 2:00 pm
- Robert P.
- Hunter P.
- James O.
- Erik S.
- Kevin S.
Shift 3 1:30pm – 3:30 pm
- Joseph D.
- Paul C.
Breakdown 3:00pm – 5:00 pm
- Daniel G.
If you are not away this Sunday, please come down and help for Shift 3 and the final shift/breakdown.