Greetings from the Camping Committee….
I am finally recovering from the Plague that I am sure Kyle Roberts gave to me at Camporee…..
We all had a wonderful time at the Papa Paul Klondike with almost 2 feet of snow and I think the boys gained some skills in winter survival as well. We has a record attendance at 127 people with boys and adults. I much appreciate all the help each Troop Leadership gave the Committee and look forward to seeing you again at Spring Camporee,which is tentatively set to be at Aspen Grove campground in Lincoln,MT. Cost will be the usual $10.00 per.
Congratulations go out to Troop 14 for placing both 1st and 2nd in the overall events winning $175.00 in Visa Gift Cards
Troop 26 won 3rd at $50.00 gift card and Troop 4 with 4th $50.00 gift card
Troop 151 had the fastest time in sled racing taking home the 1940’s wood saw which they generously gave to Papa Paul…..
Troop 4 won SKITINABOX……a great show as were all of the Skits
Troop 7 won the Dutch Oven contest with a delicious Peach Oven Bake recipe winning $50.00 Visa card
Look for these to be mailed to you from the District Office
Forrest C LaBelle II
Greeting to all scouts going to Klondike. We are advising you to bring drinking water to the camp. There is lots of water there for most things but the water has not been tested for drinking this year. It is PROBABLY OK as it has passed every year. I just have to forward this information.
Also I have been informed that the new cabins will not have their heat operational as of yet. We will have a warming area for cold boys and adults. We are also providing an area to dry clothes.
Forrest C. Labelle
The Lewis & Clark District
proudly presents the
Unit Key 3 Forum
Tuesday, January 26th
Salvation Army – 1000 17th Ave S, Great Falls, Mt
(directly East of Montana Council Service Center)
Join us for an evening of valuable information and various discussion topics. All Unit Key 3 (Committee Chairmen, Cubmasters & Scoutmasters, and Charter Organization Representatives) are expected to be in attendance. All volunteers, leaders, and LDS leadership are welcome and encouraged to attend. The more from your unit in attendance, the better prepared your unit will be.
Discussion topics include, but not limited to:
- District Structure & Support
- Progam Planning Resources
- District Communication Methods
- Training Support and Opportunities
- Tools for Unit Success
For any other topics, questions, or concerns you would like to have covered, please submit them HERE
In attending the forum you will:
- Increase your program success
- Learn how to support other leaders
- Obtain vital resources
- Reduce your workload
- Maximize your experience as a volunteer
- Give our Scouts the best experience possible
For questions, please contact:
Key 3 Forum Flyer
Roundtable will still be held next Tuesday the 12th at 6:30 pm at 1015 15th Ave S. See you all there!
As we near the date for Klondike I need to know approx numbers of attendees. If you have not registered please register HERE. If you cannot figure out how to do so contact Dustin or one of the desk help at the Scout office. If you cannot do this then email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your expected numbers as this is important for:
Cracker Barrel food and treats
Forrest C. LaBelle