October 17th and 18th – We’ll bike hike from the Clarks Summit United Methodist Church to Mr. Tom Tone’s property in Falls – about 7.5 easy miles. All gear will be trucked to the site.
Then expect a terrific weekend of fun!! Patrols are doing their own planning and cooking, so contact your Patrol Leader to let him know you want to be a part of the action. The only cost for this event is whatever your patrol needs to spend on food!
Remember that this counts towards your Camping Merit Badge requirements.
Sign ups for this campout are only by speaking to your Patrol Leader.
As we begin a new year at Troop 160 we request that parents complete a Talent Release form. Pictures at Scout events are often posted to our website or published in the newspaper. Parent’s are asked to sign a Talent Release form indicating your approval. This only needs to be done once for each Scout. If you haven’t completed a release form previously, please print and complete the following form including your signature and your son’s signature, and hand in to Mr. Davis at a Troop Meeting.
This August, the troop went on a high adventure, 50-mile canoeing trip in the Adirondacks over five days. The Scouts who attended were, including Bryan Melliand, Frank Melliand, Bob Gerken, Edmond Champlin, Elias Gray, Brandon Kelleher, Caleb Gerken, Logan Finn and Brian Finn. They began the trip on Long Lake to the first campsite, and by the time they arrived the sun was beginning to go down behind the mountains so they had to set up their tents and hang the bear bags quickly. Continue reading 2015 Summer High Adventure Trip→
On Sunday September 13th at 12 o’clock, Troop 160 Life Scout, Wyatt Sebring, will be gathering scouts at the Hillside Park to begin site preparations for his Eagle Scout project. For his project he will be constructing a rain shelter at the Hillside Park. This shelter will be built on the side of the pond near the boat launch, where there is no shelter from the weather. All help would be greatly appreciated.
Troop 160 has great events planned for the 2015/2016 Scout Year and we have multiple ways to help you be “Thrifty” and earn your own way with a little help from your parent’s.
First: You can sell tickets to the Rotary Club of the Abington’s Taste of the Abingtons event on September 13th. There isn’t a lot of time to act. Every ticket you sell will earn a HUGE $10 into your Scout Account. Get more info.