03/26/2019 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
152 Troop Meeting Family Night
03/31/2019 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
152 General Nash First Aid Meet
04/02/2019 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
152 Troop Meeting * Gun Safety *
04/09/2019 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
152 Troop Meeting
6:30 pm 04/12/2019 - 2:00 pm 04/14/2019
152 Rod N Gun
The 2019 General Nash First Aid Meet will be held on
Sunday morning 3/31/2019
at Indian Crest MS Gymnasium, 139 Harleysville Pike, Souderton, PA.
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
See Mr Nagele for the event flyer and permission slip, which must be completed and signed by a parent. This is a great opportunity for scouts to hone their first aid skills for advancement. Adults interested in judging should also contact Mr Nagele. No previous medical experience is required!
It’s that time of the year again! Rod N Gun is being planned for the April camping trip 4/12 – 14. This is our most popular camping trip. Plan to attend the Gun Safety program on Tuesday April 2, 2018. Attendance at this presentation is required to participate in the shooting activities. The permission slip will be sent out and posted on the Troop’s web site. Sign-ups are due 4/2/2019.
Contact Barry Hornberger for more info.
Going to summer camp?? A $55 non-refundable deposit per scout was due by 1/29/2019 to hold a spot for your scout at Rodney.
There is still some room for additions.
Contact Kris Neild for more information
February was a month full of scout skills! With the weather being cold and it being dark at meeting times, February lends itself well to refreshing scout skills. These skills were put to the test at this year’s Klondike Derby. Although not a competition as in years past, our two sleds team did well and received several compliments, specifically on their lashing and orienteering skills. Best of all the scouts had fun! First Aid skills were also focus in February, in preparation for the First Aid meet in early March. However, as it happened last year, the First Aid meeting was cancelled/postponed due to snow. Hopefully this is not a new tradition. Keep an eye out for a new date. Two principles in the patrol realignment we started in January are advancement and comradery. Each scout patrol is roughly made up of half higher rank scouts and half earlier rank scouts. This alignment and specific patrol advancement time is intended to help advance the ranks and skill of all scouts. Secondly, these patrols are intended to be used whenever possible for trips and other scouting events to help the scouts bond as a unit. Additionally, the patrols are encouraged to plan patrol only events or trips. We will be finishing up March with Family night on March 26th. In addition to recognizing scout achievements since out last family night, we have our annual Friends of Scout fundraiser kickoff, a preview of summer camp, and hopefully some demos from the scouts.
See you on the trail.
Dave Gartner DGScout@davaga.com