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January 2013 Campout : Klondike Derby

Monday, January 14th, 2013

On the weekend of January 18-19, 2013, we will attend the
Thunderbird District Klondike Derby

 

The permission slip for the event is here.

On this event, scouts will demonstrate their scouting skills in competition with other troops in Thunderbird District.

Since the scouts will be busy all day, the adults will cook for the entire troop!  All participants will still need to bring mess kits.

The fee for the event is $20.00 which includes the cost of the food.  Any credits will go to the scouts account.

We will assemble at St. Sabina Gym at 5:30 PM and depart at 6:00 PM on Friday 2013-01-18.
Scouts will need to bring winter camping gear:

  • Boots
  • Hat
  • Gloves
  • Coat (water proof)
  • Flashlight
  • Sleeping Bag
  • At least one change of clothes (three changes of socks)

We also plan on dining out on Saturday evening after the Klondike.
Scouts should bring additional money ($10-$12) for eating at either:
Pizza Street or Rib Crib! (or something)

Klondike Derby 2012

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

On the weekend of January 20-21, 2012, we will attend the
Thunderbird District Klondike Derby

 

The permission slip for the event is here.
The registered participant list is here.

On this event, scouts will demonstrate their scouting skills in competition with other troops in Thunderbird District.

Since the scouts will be busy all day, the adults will cook for the entire troop!  All participants will still need to bring mess kits.

The fee for the event is $15.00 which includes the cost of the food.  Any credits will go to the scouts account.

We will assemble at St. Sabina Gym at 5:30 PM and depart at 6:00 PM on Friday 2012-01-20.
Scouts will need to bring winter camping gear:

  • Boots
  • Hat
  • Gloves
  • Coat (water proof)
  • Flashlight
  • Sleeping Bag
  • At least one change of clothes (three changes of socks)

We also plan on dining out on Saturday evening after the Klondike.
Scouts should bring additional money ($10-$12) for eating at either:
Pizza Street or Rib Crib!
Familes are welcomed to join us for dinner.

Campout: Nov, 2011: Elk City

Monday, October 24th, 2011

backpacking The campout for November, 2011 will be at Elk City, Kansas.

This campout will concentrate on lightweight cooking and backpacking.

We will not take the troop trailer to this event and all food will be carried by the participants.

 

Location: Elk City, KS (170 Miles)
Dates: Nov 4-6, 2011
Assemble: 5:00
Depart: 5:30
Permission Slip: Download Here

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Troop Campout Oct, 2011 is Camporee!

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 The 2011 October Campout will be the Thunderbird District Fall Camporee.

We will travel to Lone Jack, Mo (Blue & Gray Park) to participate in:

 

Wakinyan Shu-Tan-Ka

This Camporee is based on the Customs and Traditions of the Native American Indian and their way of life.
The Camporee setting will be along the theme of an Indian Village.

Each Scout will participate in a Native American craft project.  The cost of the project is included in the fee.

Here is the permission slip for the event.

Depart: 5:30 PM Friday
Return: 12:00 PM Sunday
Cost: $15.00
Location: 300 S. Bynum Rd.  Lone Jack, Mo

Visitors Day At Bartle 5-June-2011

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

First: Directions To Bartle Scout Reservation

This year, we are camping at Piercing Arrow — Leavenworth inside Bartle Scout Reservation.

The street address is 5525 N.E. Scout Camp Road
Here is one Mapquest route to the reservation starting at St. Sabina Church.

This coming Sunday (5-JUNE-2011) is Visitors Day at Bartle Scout Reservation.
The gates will open around 10:00 AM and we will begin lunch at noon.

Please bring a favorite dish of your choice to share with the group as well as drinks (and dishes) for your family.
The dining hall will be closed and the scouts staying at Bartle will also use the leftovers as the evening dinner.
If you are leaving perishable items for the scouts, please provide a way to keep the items covered and fresh.

After lunch, scouts will be able to tour the reservation and nearby towns with family and friends.

The Dance of Joy will be at 2:00 PM in the local council ring and will showcase any new Called Warriors.

Please be prepared for any type of weather.

10:00 AM – Gates Open
12:00 PM – Lunch Begins
2:00 PM – Dance of Joy
5:00 PM – Visitors Day Ends