We have a busy September planned for Troop 160. Please make sure you sign up for the campout and climbing events if you are interested in attending.
September 8th: Family Picnic at Hillside Park from 6-7:30pm. Bring a friend. We’ll have hot dogs, chips and cookies. There will be a Bocce Ball contest and other fun events. Bring a home-made bottle rocket (look online for ideas). Mr. Rich will have a launcher that launches three at once!
September 15th: Parents Night. Dues ($110) and registrations are due tonight. Campout money is also due. Merit Badges and Rank awards since March will be award. We’ll discuss some of the upcoming events. You will also receive your French Toast Breakfast tickets. Parents – please come support your Scout and bring your checkbook.
September 17th-18th: Campout at Hickory Run State Park. Scouts meet at the campground (site to be announced) at 9:30am on Saturday and get picked up by 9:30am on Sunday. Cost is $15 per person. Food will be provided. Mr. Jones and Mr. Gercken are the leaders. Additional adults are needed. Money is due on September 15th. Sign Up HERE.
September 24th: Open Climb at Camp Acahela: 10am-4pm. Scouts must have a buddy and must have their camp medical with them (we have them if you went to camp). All climbers must be 12 years or older. Cost is $25 per Scout couple. You must BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH. Mr. Sebring and Mr. VanSickle are adult leaders for this event. Sign up HERE
We are looking for parents who are willing to be Merit Badge Counselors. If your vocation, avocation, passion, or interest aligns with any of the Scout Merit Badges then we need your help.
To get started, please contact our Troop Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator, Patricia Schlosser at email@example.com. Pat will answer any of your questions and get you started on this rewarding path.
Our first Troop 160 meeting this year we be a family picnic. We’ve reserved the pavilion at Hillside Park from 6pm – 7:30pm on September 8th. Ben Gibson, our Senior Patrol Leader, will be working on activities for the evening. We’ll be serving hot dogs, chips, and desserts.
Please bring a friend or two who might enjoy the fun. There is no cost for this event.
Training to become a Leave No Trace Trainer is scheduled for September 9-11 at Camp Acahela. Anyone 14 or older may attend this Leave No Trace Course. This gives youth in troops and crews the ability to hold the “Outdoor Ethics Guide” position, and adults the ability to bring the knowledge back to their pack, troop, or crew and enforce it during Scouting events, making NEPA council’s camps cleaner and less impacted. All packs, troops, and crews should have a Leave No Trace trainer in order to make this possible!