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No Meeting: 13 June, 2011

Monday, June 13th, 2011

There will be no meeting tonight as we take a break for the first Troop meeting after Summer Camp.

We will, however, have a Troop Committee Meeting on 14 June, 2011 at 7:00 PM in the Education Wing of St. Sabina Church.

Notes from August 2008 Rountable

Tuesday, August 12th, 2008

 

Dion

  

August, 2008 Roundtable (Dion Riehs / Kris Krahenbuhl)

Cub Scout Family Campout
09/26/2008 and 09/27/2008
   See Flier

Popcorn Sale starts. Dates announced.
   See Flier

Merit Badge Academy 2009
Sign up by next Roundtable
   See Flier

Kris Krahenbuhl – Camporee
 Be Prepared II (Emergency Preparedness)
 Emergency Preparedness & First Aid
 Oct 10 – 12
 Blue & Gray
 $7.00 per person
 See Flier
 
 
Kathy Ruth - School Night for Scouting
 Goal of 700 new scouts
 Kickoff is Monday 08/11
 Pack Representatives please visit either location
 Council Office or Our Lady of Lourdes in Harrisonville
 7:15 PM
 
World’s largest Marbles tournament
 Toy Miniature Museum
 Trying to make the Guinness
 Swinney Rec. center
 See flier
 
 
Kelsey Clark - Order of the Arrow
 Last induction weekend of the year
 08/22/2008 – 08/24/2008
 See flier
 
 Fall fellowship
 09/19/2008 – 09/21/2008
 See flier
 
 
Mike Husk - Wood Badge
 Two openings left for the cycle
 See flier
 
John Ledford (Troop 262) - Bass Pro Shops
  and Food Drive
 08/22,23,24/2008
 for “Share the Harvest”
 Six Merit badge classes being held at BPS
 See Flier
  
Forrest - Boy Scout training coordinator
 Training available for adults
 Scoutmaster / Assistant 09/18 and 09/25
 Outdoor leader training taking place in conjunction with camporee.
 Register by 09/16/2008
 See Flier
 
 

I’m Bored!

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

I’m Bored!

When a scout tells me he’s bored, I celebrate and tell him the following:

When you tell me you’re bored, it means you’re saying this is the best moment of your
day, if not your entire life.

Everything in your life has come to such a point of perfection and you’re not

  1. running from wild dogs
  2. dodging bullets
  3. scrounging for food
  4. waiting for surgery

In order for this moment to arrive, a lot of good people in your path have removed
a lot of potential problems for you.

These people can be your parents or guardians, your teachers or your scout leaders.

This is a perfect time to contact one (or more) of them and let them know how much you appreciate this moment of perfection in your life.

TEHIII 

Welcome

Wednesday, March 28th, 2007

Welcome to the BLOG.
Please feel free to post your comments about the Troop and activities.
Each patrol will have a blog and this area will be used for general comments.

 

Mr. Hines (The Scoutmaster)