Don’t miss out on FUN and prizes!
Every unit is welcomed and encouraged to attend the recharter support night on Tuesday, October 14, 6:30 pm at the Mormon church behind the Eagles Manor. We ask that every unit representative bring a laptop and a current unit roster. The goal is to get every unit’s recharter complete in a brief online session. Barring that, we hope to get close to the above goal, and/or spread goodwill at the same time, as recharter can be a burden. See you there.
All District Committee Members are urged to attend, and any interested scouter/parent is invited to attend to see how Scouts operates at the district level. Below is our agenda for this meeting. See you then. Peter
Lewis & Clark District
October 7, 2014
1. Call to order- Peter Jennings, District Chair
2. Opening ceremony- 5 min
3. Welcome and Introductions- 5 min
4. Team Building- Peter Jennings- 10 min
5. Recognitions- Dustin Shoemake- 5 min
6. District Chairman Report- Peter Jennings, District Chair.- 5 min
7. Unit service. Unit conditions and roundtables- Rex Jewett, District Commissioner- 5 min
8. Operating committee meetings- 15 min
9. Reports and plans of operating committee meetings – 10 min.
What was accomplished in the past month?
What plans have been made to accomplish during the next month?
Activities and Civic Service Committee
Advancement and Recognition Committee
Camping and Outdoor Promotion Committee
10. Reports of special committees and selected chartered organization representatives.
11. Other business (open forum if time permits)
12. District Executive Report- 5 min
a) Popcorn Rally
b) Charter Renewal Support Date
c) Upcoming Training
Next meeting time: November 4, 2014
12. Closing ceremony.
Cub Scout Promise
I, (say your name), promise
to DO MY BEST
To do my DUTY to GOD
And my Country
To HELP other people, and
To OBEY the LAW of the Pack
Law of the Pack
The Cub Scout follows Akela.
The Cub Scout helps the pack go.
The pack helps the Cub Scout grow.
The Cub Scout gives goodwill.
Cub Scout Motto
DO YOUR BEST
By Char Ross
Troop 43 is looking for a Boy Scout Troop and/or Cub Scout Pack to take over the Annual Coat & Warm Clothing Drive scheduled for Sat, Oct 25th. If your unit is interested, please contact Char Ross at 899-8851 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sources have verified the awesome presence of Big Red himself at the Copper Creek Campground during this past weekend’s Fall Camporee.
Contrary to popular suspicion, Big Red is not Paul Grosvold, Scoutmaster of the victorious Troop 1. That said, Paul and Company earned top honors for their winning performance in the Knot Challenge, Forestry Skills, Fishing, Astronomy 101, and Camp Setup this weekend at the camporee. By all eyewitness accounts, Paul and his team will be tough to beat at the next District Klondike Derby.
But Big Red… see for yourself at the Popcorn Sale Kickoff Rally this Saturday 9:30am at the Scout Office. Bring Mom and Dad and Grandma and Grandpa too. See you there!
But still no cubby… If you see him, give him a hug. It’ll do you both some good.
Thank you to all that helped to make the 2014 Fall Camporee a really fun event. I am still sore from looking up so much at all the stars, and from the 5 mile hike. I was so impressed by the men from Carroll Collage Astronomy to do this with their limited free time. Many thanks to my Committee members as I would not have been able to do it without you.
The following are the winners
First Place Troop 1 ……Mountain Lions
Second Place Troop 28…..Carnivorous Watermelons
Third Place troop 28……Scorpions
Good work by all the Troops and the Leaders
By Keith Hasbrouk
Due to a scheduling conflict with Peace Lutheran Church. The October Eagle Board will NOT be on October 7th. We are pushing it to October 21 at 7:00PM. Again for those of you that did not get it. The October Eagle Board will be ON OCTOBER 21 at 7:00PM at Peace Lutheran Church.
Feel free to respond with any questions.
By Keith Hasbrouk, Venture Crew 8 Advisor
The Montana Council is hosting a Venturing Bonanza at K-M Scout Ranch on the weekend of Oct 10th thru Oct 12th. The activities include ATVs, COPE, Climbing Tower and Shooting. The cost is only $35, which includes all food for the weekend.
So what does this men to all of you Scout? Well if you are 14 years of age, or 13 years of age and completed the eighth grade (and have not yet reached the age of 21) you can join Venturing! If you are already a member of a Troop, your membership in Venturing will be no cost.
Venturing is co-ed! Please join us for a Venture Crew 8 open house and planning meeting at 6:30PM on Sept 24th in the basement of the Scout Office. We have great things planned for the year, including skiing and a big Summer float trip. Come join us, you’ll be glad you did!
“Beware the coming of BIG RED!
… also, has anyone seen Cubby?”
Was asked why so many points for flags at your camp? Look at it this way….the better your flags set up is the more points you will get. A nice gate or arch instead of say sticking a pole in the ground and saying good enough!
Missed the points on knot tying too……it will be 200 possible