Wednesday, September 30, 2009
After the lowering of the colors, there are a variety of Camp announcements, such as the Troop with the best campsite (which we took the first night), contest winners (which we swept), changes to the program, etc.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Monday, September 28, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
In 1955, the number of Scouts inched up to 35.
Of those, there was one Life Scout (Francis Martorano), one Star (John O’Donnell) , seventeen were Second Classr, and six were First Class.
The oldest Scout in the Troop was 14.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
There were 43 scouts at the time of registration.
By the second year of existence, three of these Scouts earned the Rank of Second Class, and one was First Class. All of the others were Tenderfoot.
The oldest Scout in the Troop was 15.
Monday, September 21, 2009
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Saturday, September 19, 2009
In order to earn the rank of...
- Tenderfoot and Life, Scouts must use the EDGE model (explain, demonstrate, guide and enable) to teach others.
- Second Class, a Scout must earn an amount of money agreed to by him and his parents and save at least 50% of it.
- First Class, Scouts must demonstrate Leave No Trave principles on outings.
- Star, Life and Eagle, Scouts can now use the Troop Webmaster and Leave No Trace trainer as leadership positions.
Friday, September 18, 2009
These are just two of the patches from the Troop Archives.
For a little more informaton about Camp Theodore Roosevelt, click here.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
This is actually a felt banner (8.5" x 11") which was meant to be hung on a wall or some other flat surface. It could have been also put into a picture frame but it is a bit thicker than a normal photo.
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Did you know that Ken Whisenhunt, the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, is an Eagle Scout?
"I've always done my best to be prepared."
Saturday, September 5, 2009
It is Mike Rowe of the Discovery Channel Show DIRTY JOBS.
As Mike says:
The Scout law is still one of the best guides for living you'll find. But if you are going to deliberately ignore one element, make it "clean." It's overrated.
You can take a look at his website: http://www.mikeroweworks.com/.
You can also take a look at the letter he sent a 13 year old Scout, encouraging him to earn his Eagle: http://www.mikeroweworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=241
Thursday, September 3, 2009
How many of these Scouts are now out of college and working full-time?
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Precise times and locations have not yet been disseminated.
We’ll keep you posted!
Course for Scouters October 2-4, 2009 The Leave No Trace (LNT) Train the Trainer course is a weekend 16 hour courses designed for Scouters, educators, youth leaders, etc. who value the outdoors and want to teach others how to protect and preserve it.
The course will be taught by LNT Master Educators Rob Heider and Ed Dennis who are Scouters and veteran BSA High Adventure advisers. The class will cover topics like: a brief history of wilderness and public land protection, review of LNT principles, teaching techniques and learning styles, all with an emphasis on Scouting and LNT. There will be discussion regarding how LNT has been incorporated into the new 2010 Rank Requirements.
Each student will receive information via e-mail to prepare for the course, and will conclude the course with an action plan to teach LNT in the Scouting community. A maximum of 10 students will be accepted. Course graduates receive a certificate from the Leave No Trace Center for Ethics and will be qualified to teach LNT principles to Scouts, Scouters, and other interested groups.
For details and registration, please contact Rob Heider at email@example.com
This year, we are privileged to welcome Fr. Leo Patalinghug, founder of Grace Before Meals (www.gracebeforemeals.com). Fr. Leo recently survived a 'Throw Down' with Bobby Flay, which will air on the Food Network on September 9th.
More information to follow.
Scout Day at the Mount 2009
Sponsored by The Catholic Committee on Boy Scouting of the Archdiocese of Washington
When: Saturday, September 12, 2009
Arrive at Patriot Hall on the Campus of Mount St. Mary’s by 11:00 a.m.
What: A mountain hike, visit to the National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, Holy Mass, and a tour of Mount St. Mary’s. Dinner at the Cozy Restaurant
Where: Mount St. Mary’s University and Seminary
Cost: Free, except for meal costs
All Boy Scouts, male Venture Scouts, and leaders are invited to join us at Mount St. Mary’s University and Seminary for a tour of the seminary, visit to the Grotto, Holy Mass, and a 5 mile mountain hike. While this is an excellent opportunity for Scouts working on religious emblems to complete some of their requirements, the trip is not restricted to those working on emblems. All Boy Scouts and male Venture Scouts are invited. Those who have participated in the past are encouraged to join us again. We will end the day with dinner at the Cozy Restaurant.
For information or to register, please contact Santa Bigony firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-262-8645)
Very proud of our fathers and the leadership role that you give to our young people, especially our scouts.
May God bless you and your families with good health and His peace!
My prayers for a Good School Year,
Sister Daniel Mary, IHM