Join Troop 152 on a deep winter camping trip to Resica Falls, Jan 18 – 20, 2019. We will explore the park and head to the Lakota Wolf Preserve to interact with several wolf packs. Permission slip & info were sent out on separate e-mail.
Sign ups are due 1/ 8/2019.
Contact Fran Belfield for more information.
Join Troop 152 for a day of skiing at Jack Frost, Sun Jan 27, 2017. Leave at 6:45 AM from the pavilion and return around 5:30 PM. Permission slips are due by the January 22, 2019 troop meeting. This trip is open to family members as well. Talk it up among your patrols as a minimum of 15 people are needed to make this trip happen.
Link to permission slip: Click Here
Contact Alan Fleck for more information
THINK SNOW ! ! !
The time has come to say goodbye to another year! I hope you made the best of 2018. It was a year full of scouting adventures. Most recently in December, our Discovery Scuba event was a big success and our Holiday party was a fun time with fellow scouts, family, and alumni. It was great to see everyone and share this time with you! Now on to 2019, Happy New Year! With our newly formed patrols and new youth leaders in place, we will start the year working through the ‘storming’ and ‘norming’ phases of team development to prepare our scouts and patrols for two perennial district scouting events, the Klondike and the First Aid meet. Both events not only test scout skills, but patrol unity and communications. The Klondike, an outdoor adventure race, will require the scouts to identify their strengths within each patrol to determine which activities to attempt in their limited time to earn the most points. The First Aid meet will further challenge the scouts within each patrol to work together to determine the best course of action for each first aid scenario. In January we have two additional trips. In mid-January we will be camping at Resica Falls and visiting the Lakota Wolf preserve. At the end of the month, we will have a day ski trip to Jack Frost/Big Bolder. The ski trip is open to scouts and their family members. Look for more details on these and other upcoming trips in our newsletter, website, or Facebook page. To help keep our scouts warm and safe in all these winter adventures, we will conduct cold weather training early in January.
See you on the trail.
Dave Gartner DGScout@davaga.com