Special Event on December 7th @ 7pm

During our Troop  160 meeting, we will have a presentation on the dangers of using drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

Scouts & their Families are welcome (siblings age 11 & older)

This event will count toward Second Class Rank Requirement 7.c: Participate in a school, community, or troop program on the dangers of using drugs, alcohol, and tobacco, and other practices that could be harmful to your health.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Merit Badge Pamphlets

A Scout is Trustworthy: Please return old merit badge pamphlets to the troop library.

Bring them to the meeting this Thursday. Other Scouts are in need of these materials.

A Scout is Helpful: If you have merit badge books that you own, consider  giving them to the Troop. Other Scouts will benefit from your generosity.

Here is a useful link to merit badge and rank worksheets:

http://meritbadge.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

The worksheets are optional tools that can help Scouts organize notes, listen actively, and document their work.

You are welcome to borrow any Merit badge pamphlets(books)  from our Troop Library.  Additional  Merit badge pamphlets(books) are available at your local Scout Shop or online at ScoutStuff.org.

Great Expectations Youth Leader Training

Note: change of venue:
November 4, 2017
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel
700 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton, PA

You are invited to attend a special one day training course developed right here in Northeastern Pennsylvania for Boy Scout & Venturing Youth Leaders. The course is designed to provide Scouts (and adult leaders) with a more in-depth training experience than their Troop/Crew training by providing supplemental leadership skill sessions. Youth and Adult leaders may attend.

There is no rank requirement. All Scouts are welcome. Speak with the Scoutmaster and get his signature.

Registration Fee: $30.00 if registered and paid prior to October 28th. ($35.00 after Oct 28th)

REGISTER ONLINE Today

 

— WEBSITE LINK HERE —

Harvest Fest – October 28-29

Join us for Harvest Fest at Camp Acahela this weekend. We are staffing the Dutch oven station and really need additional volunteers on Saturday from 11-6 and Sunday from 10-5.

DIRECTIONS TO ACAHELA HERE

Our Scoutmaster, Mr. D’Elia will procure all of the ingredients for the following recipies:

·         Cinnamon/raisin rolls

·         Apple Cobbler

·         Chicken and dumplings

·         Pizza

We are stationed at the Twins cabins. If you would like to camp overnight – you can do so in the cabins. Please show your scout spirit and respond to the Scoutmaster, Mr. D’Elia via email as soon as possible if you are able to help out. If you know nothing about Dutch oven cooking – that’s perfect, you will be an expert by the end of the day. You can come one or both days, just let us know. Your help will lead to the success of the event! If you have not been camping yet this year – we need to see you there, NO MATTER YOUR RANK!

Class A uniforms and bring an Apron or hand towell to cook.

LINK TO DUTCH OVEN COOKING – CLICK HERE

MAP OF ACAHELA CAMPGROUND HERE

Adult Training

Training Requirement – Effective Dec. 31, 2018 all leaders must complete training for their position.

Below are important dates and information for the Dan Beard District for the month. For additional information about activities, training’s, and other topics listed below please visit: http://nepabsa.org/training

Youth Protection Training: Tuesday, October 10th @ 7pm @ Scout Service & Training Center.

 

Special Needs Awareness Training – Sat. Oct. 21st @ Nativity of Our Lord Parish Hall 8:30 am – 9:00 am registration
9:00 am-12:30 pm training session

 

Troop Committee Training – Mon. Dec. 11th @ Scout Service & Training Center from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm: A basic training for Troop Committee Chairs, Troop Committee Members, Scoutmasters, and Assistant Scoutmasters in the Boy Scout Program.

 

Popcorn for Scouting!

Why Sell Popcorn?
• Scouts gain confidence, salesmanship and communication skills, and a sense of accomplishment. The popcorn sale is not about selling popcorn, it’s about promoting Scouting and the Scouting ideals!

• It is an opportunity for all Scouts to earn monies towards their Scouting expenses.

• The popcorn sale helps the Council raise money for improving the summer camp facilities/building new camp locations, offering more extensive training for our volunteer leaders and members, and helping us get to know and serve the needs of our volunteers and Units better.

Click on the links below for more information:

Popcorn Order Form

Popcorn Prize Form

 

Clarks Summit, PA