2018 Klondike SchedulePlease be advised that you will have to pack and carry your lunch during the events (Adults and Scouts) PLAN FOR THIS!
Friday Jan 19
- 4:00 to 9:00pm: Check in
- 6:00 to 9:00pm: travelers feast – FREE PIZZA!
- 9:00pm: Cracker Barrel in the Lodge
- 9:30pm: Ice Cream Social – Pavillion
- 11:30pm: lights out
Saturday Jan 20
- 7:30am: Reville
- 7:30 to 9:00am: Breakfast
- 9:30am Flags Ceremony
- 10:00am: Events Start
- Sled inspections Station 1
- 10:30 to 4:30pm:
- Station 2 Avalanche Coming
- Station 3 Fishing for Gold
- Station 4 Slingshot Turkey Shoot
- Station 5 Sled Balance
- Station 6 Ice Rescue
- Station 7 Stretcher Carry
- Station 8 Snowshoe Relay
- 1:00pm Camp Inspections
- 5:00pm: Sled racing
- 5:30 to 7:30pm Dinner
- 8:00pm Campfire and skits
- Hot Cocoa Contest ( Patrol with best cocoa will win a case of pizza for a party)
- Includes Adult Hatchet Competition and awards
- 11:30pm Lights out
- Break camp and get patches and ribbons
Forrest C LaBelle
The date will be as posted earlier Janurary 19,20,21
Forrest C. LaBelle
Journey to Excellence (JTE) is Scouting’s way to measuring the quality of our program at each of our Packs, Troops, Crews and Teams. A unit with a high JTE score is a unit that is recruiting youth, advancing them in the program and delivering a great Scouting program.
Your unit’s JTE score tells the parents in your unit about how the great program that they will experience for their son if they join or continue to participate in your unit. Completing this exercise is extremely worthwhile. Your JTE score is due with your unit recharter. If that proves to be impossible, please turn it in to District Executive Dustin Shoemake or District Commissioner Rex Jewett by December 1.
You can download your scoresheets here:
Cub Scout Pack scoresheet: 2017_JTE_Pack_Scorecard
Boy Scout Troop scoresheet: 2017_JTE_Troop_Scorecard
Venturing Crew scoresheet: 2017_JTE_Crew_Scorecard
Varsity Team scoresheet: 2017_JTE_Team_Scorecard
Great Falls area residents are invited to bring unwanted Halloween candy for the Rescue Mission to the Boy Scout Service Center starting Tuesday, November 1st. The Scout office is open 8:00am-5:00pm Monday through Friday. The last day for donations will be Friday, November 11th.
Halloween candy donations have been used in the past for the Youth programs at the Rescue Mission.
What: The Lewis and Clark District Scout Show!
When: September 9-10, 2016. Show begins 9am on 9/10
Where: ExpoPark (the Fairgrounds)
Who: All of the Packs, Troops and Crews in the Lewis and Clark District!
Troops and Packs are all invited to camp overnight at the Expo Park for our annual Scout show. For those needing an extra night of camping for rank advancement, camping merit badge, etc. this is a great opportunity to do so. No open fires will be allowed, but we will have a lot of fun anyways.
Scout Show Event chair Tami Lukas would like all of the units to do something individual to their unit so that the public can get an idea of what is offered. The Order of the Arrow will be doing concessions.
On Friday night Troops and Packs will be helping to build a monkey bridge.
For any questions please contact Tami Lukas, event chair at 406-564-5344.
Swimming, Scout and Summer. The three just go together, kind of like peanut butter and jelly, rice and beans or peas and carrots. So, let’s go swimming!
Troop 26 has reserved the Water Tower neighborhood pool for the evening of Monday, June 27 from 6-8pm. As more kids = more fun, we would like to invite other Troops and Packs in town to join us (and, of course, help pay for our pool rental).
Please call Scoutmaster Aaron Weissman, 868-8982, for more information.