To parents of all Troop 160 Scouts: Please join us for Parent’s Night, 7:30-9:00pm on Thursday, March 14th, 2019. We will be recognizing all Scouts who have advanced a rank since the last Eagle Court of Honor.
In addition, we will discuss the value of supporting your local Scouting organization. Please bring your checkbook in order to respond to our 2019 Friends of Scouting appeal. Refer to the letter you received in the mail last week. Your generous donations stay in our local Council to fund the events and facilities that your Scout enjoys.
Class A Uniforms.
There will be no Troop meeting tonight. Abington Heights School district announced that all after school activities are cancelled due to the weather. This is an opportunity for you to do a good turn and help someone if their basement is flooded. Invest some time to review your Scout Handbook for your next rank and make a plan on how to achieve it.
All Troop 160 Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and their families are invited to attend the Sunday Service at Clark’s Summit United Methodist Church on February 10th, 2019. It is very important that we have a great turnout. Please attend regardless of your personal faith and please be in full Class A uniform. We will meet in the Fellowship hall at 9:40am to line up and will march in together for the 10am service. Light refreshments are provided following the service.
We would like to thank the Church and the Congregation for allowing us to use their facilities for our Troop meetings and activities.
Troop 160 Ski Adventure
February 22, 23, 24
Location: Campout at Acahela (in a cabin) and Saturday
Skiing at Jack Frost
Cost $ see below .
We need a minimum of 15 people for this event to happen.
A helmet is required – if you do not bring one you will need to rent one.
It is very important that you sign up as soon as you
confirm with your parents. You will arrive Friday night. Eat some dinner, we will have Pizza for Cracker Barrel. Staying Saturday night is optional. Please indicate your interest. For example: Mr. Breckinridge – Friday and Saturday Night.
No money is needed up-front, We will collect it at the meeting afterward (A Scout is Trustworthy)
$47 - Lift Ticket only (Age 18+)
$39 - Lift Ticket only (Age 7-17)
$25 - Rental(all ages)
$70 - Lift/Lesson & Rental
$10 - Helmet
$3.50 - (2) slices of pizza & fountain soda
$15 - Cabin rental is $225 / 15 = $15 per person
For Example: $98.50 Adult Lift/Lesson/Rental/Helmet/Snack/Cabin
-Staff bldg , 14 bunks sleeps 28.
-No water (Bring a quart bottle full of water – Adults will bring larger containers)
-Porta potty outside bldg (A Scout is Clean)
-Wood burning stove (A Scout is Helpful – help build a fire)
-Gas heat ( A Scout is Brave – be Brave if the heat doesn’t work)
Lunch for Saturday is provided (we will make sandwiches in the morning). The package also includes an afternoon snack (pizza).
We will make a pasta dinner Saturday night and provide
breakfast both Saturday and Sunday mornings (oatmeal,
Please indicate your interest. For example: “Mr. Breckinridge – Friday and Saturday Night”.
261 Acahela Rd, Blakeslee, PA 18610
SIGNUP SHEET HERE
This Thursday January 10th we are sharpening our skills for the Klondike Derby. We will be making our Snowshoes.
Wear your Class B Uniform
Saturday February 2nd, 2019
Goose Pond Scout Reservation. Times for Drop off / Pick Up at to be announced.
Friday January 25 at 5pm we need Scouts to help to set up the track for the Pinewood Derby. Class B uniform Clarks Summit United Methodist Church.———————-
On Saturday January 26 at 8:30 am we need Scouts to help at the big event on race day. Class A uniform.
Please Contact Ms. Menditto if you have some time to help with the race. Your participation is appreciated.
A.K.A. POLAR BEAR CAMP OUT
Date: January 19-20, 2019
Camp Acahela – Changed to Hillside Park
(Click Here for Sign-Up Sheet and additional Information)
We will organize into Patrols for cooking.
We will discuss guidelines for the menu at the next Troop Meeting.
Each Patrol is responsible for their own food purchase, stove, cooking pots, utensils, and cleanup.
Bring ideas to the next meeting for skills you want to develop: Map and Compass, Fire-Building, First Aid, 5-Mile Hike, etc.
Wishing all of our Troop Members and Families a safe and Happy Holiday.
Good afternoon Troop 160- We are following AHSD snow policy and cancelling scouts tonight. This is a great opportunity to read a chapter of your Scout handbook or work on your next merit badge.