Join the Great Falls Voyagers for a night at the ballpark with Scouts from all over central Montana!
Come for the game and camp out on the outfield after the game with your Pack, Troop, or family!
See link for more details and information: ScoutNight 2015
Please pass this on as I may not have everyone’s updated information.
Please Dustin Shoemake with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-761-6000.
We’d love to see all of our Scouts attend!
Come check out some of what Troop 007 has to offer! Webelo’s Leaders here’s your opportunity to check out 1 of the Many Great Troops in Great Falls.
Troop 007 – Open House !!!
WE HAVE FUN BUILDING KAYAKS, PADDLE BOARDS, DRONES AND CAMPIING.
We enjoy camping have been to many camps including K-M Montana, Camp Parsons in Washington.
We have fun floating many rivers like the Missouri, Blackfoot, Sun River, and Smith River.
We are the oldest troop in Great falls Montana… as well as the bestest!
WHEN: Thursday, august 27th
TIME: 6:30p to 8:30p
WHERE: Wadsworth Pond
WHY: to help bring back the greatest troop in Great Falls
Share Their Flyer – Troop Open House Flyer
The Rotary club was using a drone this weekend to take aerial photos of Camp Rotary in Monarch. The drone crashed and they need some Scouts to help find it this weekend.
Camp Rotary is our annual location of the Lewis and Clark District Klondike Derby. The Rotary Club of Great Falls has been very generous to us over the years, giving us access to the camp at greatly reduced rates.
We know the general area where the drone crashed, but need to organize a search party to locate and retrieve the device. The Club will spring for lunch for any Scouts that can help out. Time spent, including travel time, can count towards service hours needed for rank advancement (talk to your Scoutmaster first, of course!)
Please message Aaron (email@example.com, 868-8982) if you can meet at Camp Rotary on Sunday mid-morning to help.
Membership Kick-Off Training
Start your new Scouting year off the right way! Learn the best ways to recruit new Scouts and recruit NEW LEADERS!
Also come for:
-Pack Calendar Template
-Pack Budget Template
-Resources to save you time and help your unit succeed
-Information on upcoming events
-Day Camp Patches (if your unit did not yet receive them)
… and MORE!
Everyone is welcome, but each unit needs to be represented by two leaders, (ie.- Cubmaster & Membership Chairman)
Everyone is welcome, but the following units are needed to attend:
When: August 18, 2015 6:30- 7:30 pm (we will be starting on time)
Where: Salvation Army- 1000 17th Ave S, Great Falls, Mt (directly East of Montana Council Service Center)
Please fill in your details in the Event Registration link below.
We look forward to seeing you all!
Good news……we have a site for Fall Camporee.
I will post directions later as I get them, but it will be on a private ranch near Wolf Creek Bridge. That is by the Holter Lake turnoff
The canoe races are a go and the good news is we will not need to bring canoes. They will be provided by Prickly Pear District and they will provide all needed lifeguards. (three) If you have a favorite life vest or paddle then by all means bring it. As I see it the race will be a 100 yard dash to a turn then 100 back……up stream then down.
The Camping Committee has announced the following dates for Klondike.
January 22,23,24 at Camp Rotary. This is one week later than usual.
Forrest c LaBelle
Was notified today that an additional 25 points to the Patrols who use the Japanese mark 2 Lashing for camp set-ups
At last here is the agenda for Fall Camporee
We will be combining with Prickly Pear out of Helena for this and it looks2015 Fall camporee to be a big event. Kind of like a mini Jamboree.
Be sure to download the Scoring sheets as they will be different this year. I will post additional info as I get it.2015 Fall camporeeScoring 1Scoring 2Patch
The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to help offset a seasonal decline in donations and prevent a shortage this summer by giving blood.
During June, July and August, there are about two fewer donors than needed at each Red Cross blood drive. This can add up to more than 100,000 fewer donations during the summer. Many schools that host blood drives are out of session, and vacation schedules can make regular donors less available – both contributing to the seasonal decline.
Donors of all blood types – especially those with types AB, O negative, A negative and B negative – are needed to help ensure blood products are available to hospital patients this summer. Type AB donors have the universal plasma type, which can be given to patients of all blood types. Plasma helps maintain blood pressure and supplies critical proteins for clotting immunity. It is often needed for burn, trauma and cancer patients.
To make an appointment to give blood at the leaders save lives blood drive on July 22nd from 8 am – 2:30 pm at the Redcross blood center (1300 28th Street South) call The American Red Cross at 403-0956 or signup online at http://www.redcrossblood.org zip code 59405. All presenting donors will receive a special American Red Cross tshirt.
What: Lifesaving Merit Badge*
*Must have completed Second Class and First Class Swimming requirements and Swimming Merit Badge
Where: Mitchell Pool at Electric City Water Park
When: Friday July 31, 2015; 8am
Cost: $20 per Scout (will also have access to Water Park until 5:45pm)
Contact: Mark King
(775) 537-8003 Call or Text
Merit Badge Information: