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This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jun 20 2018 - 10:06am

Wednesday, June 20, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Signups for Scout Advancement and Merit Badges at Camps Parsons, Baker, and Melakwa. "How to fill out a Merit Badge Blue Card," will be instructed. Further review of the BSA Swim Test. Merit Badge signups for Camp Parsons will be traditional with the Scouts being counseled and filling out and turning in a copy of troop required written planners, but the actual signup will be done by the Scout in camp on the evening of arrival, Sunday, July 1st. Merit Badge signups for Camps Baker and Melakwa will be over the internet with the Scouts filling out and turning in written planner preferences during the troop meeting and the troop will then enter Scout preferences at the Tentaroo website using the troop account. The Troop challenges each Scout attending a summer camp to advance as far as they can to the next rank and/or complete at least two merit badges during their week at camp. All Scouts attending camp with Troop 100 are expected to be in an advancement area or merit badge class between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon daily. Parents are encouraged to review the Trail to First Class and Merit Badge Programs with their son found in the Camp Leader's Guides at the websites noted below.

7:15 p.m. Parent Meeting to plan for Autzen Stadium Concert Parking.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Departure meeting for Camp Parsons, Camp Rules, Troop and individual Camp Goals. Merit Badge signups completed for Camps Parsons, Baker, and Melakwa. Confirmation of transportation and attendance. Trailer load for Camp Parsons. A final opportunity for Summer Camp Physicals will be offered by Dr. Scott Williams for Scouts at the meeting on June 27th. If you cannot complete the physical this year with your family doctor and will request a physical at the meeting, bring the BSA Medical Form with Parts A & B completed in advance by a parent. The form can be printed out on line at www.seattlebsa.org/camp-parsons or from the Leader's Guide for either Camp Baker or Camp Melakwa at www.otcbsa.org, click on the camp and open the Leader's Guide to the link. The Leader's Guide's or links on the sites provide the Parent Information Sheet for each camp (phone numbers, addresses for mail, etc.) and the list of things to bring to camp.

Troop notes: Scout advancement and merit badge programs for Camp Parsons, Baker, and Melakwa will be planned at the Troop Meetings at June 20 and 27th. A BSA Physical within the prior year on the completed BSA Form (attached sport's physicals, etc. are not accepted) are required for all Scouts attending summer camp and all adults using the waterfront or remaining in camp more than 72 hours. Dr. Scott Williams will be at the final Troop Meeting before Camp Parsons on June 27th to complete physicals for youth in hardship cases. Effective June 1, 2018, National BSA Policy requires that all adults on a BSA activity more than 72 hours must be registered members of BSA who have completed Youth Protection Training (YPT) and an approved Criminal Background Check (CBC). Unregistered adults who have signed up for any of the summer camps for more than 72 hours should obtain the registration form from the troop and submit it immediately at this time, as the return of CBC's cannot be accelerated.

Sunday - Saturday, July 1-7, 2018, Camp Parsons Summer Camp. The Leader's Guide, Medical Form, Parent Information Sheet, and List of Things to bring to camp can be found at www.seaqttlebsa.org/camp-parsons. Departure for Camp Parsons on Sunday, July 1st will be at 7:00 a.m. from the Wesley Church parking lot. Wear your SCOUT UNIFORM to camp and bring your SCOUT HANDBOOK if you are not yet a First Class Scout. Be sure to remember your SACK LUNCH (first meal in camp is dinner) and pack your BATHING SUIT AND TOWEL on top for the swim test. All MEDICATIONS (prescription and nonprescription) must be in their original marked containers with instructions and in a zip lock bag to be given to Dr. Williams in the parking lot before departure. Medications will be in a lock box at camp and dosed by the troop. Injections not self administered, must be administered by the camp medic with written parental permission. A refrigerator is available at the medical lodge. There is a place to plug in CPAC or medical machines in each campsite, but bring a long extension cord.) The camp closes for the week on July 7, 2016 at a scheduled time of 9:00 a.m. Please allow six hours, more or less, for the return trip.

Wednesday, July 4, 2018 - No Troop Meeting on the 4th of July Holiday while the Troop is at Camp Parsons.

Sunday - Saturday, July 15-21, 2018, Pending Camp Baker Summer Camp. The Leader's Guide with Medical form, Parent Information Sheet, and List of Things to bring to camp can be found at www.otcbsa.org, click camps, then Camp Baker.

Sunday - Saturday, August 5-11, 2018, Camp Melakwa Summer Camp. The Leader's Guide with Medical form, Parent Information Sheet, and List of Things to bring to camp can be found at www.otcbsa.org, click camps, then Camp Melakwa.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jun 19 2018 - 4:01pm

Wednesday, June 20, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Signups for Scout Advancement and Merit Badges at Camps Parsons, Baker, and Melakwa. "How to fill out a Merit Badge Blue Card," will be instructed. Further review of the BSA Swim Test. Merit Badge signups for Camp Parsons will be traditional with the Scouts being counseled and filling out and turning in a copy of troop required written planners, but the actual signup will be done by the Scout in camp on the evening of arrival, Sunday, July 1st. Merit Badge signups for Camps Baker and Melakwa will be over the internet with the Scouts filling out and turning in written planner preferences during the troop meeting and the troop will then enter Scout preferences at the Tentaroo website using the troop account. The Troop challenges each Scout attending a summer camp to advance as far as they can to the next rank and/or complete at least two merit badges during their week at camp. All Scouts attending camp with Troop 100 are expected to be in an advancement area or merit badge class between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon daily. Parents are encouraged to review the Trail to First Class and Merit Badge Programs with their son found in the Camp Leader's Guides at the websites noted below.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jun 11 2018 - 10:45pm

Wednesday, June 13, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Fishing tackle instruction and Safety Afloat Instruction for the South Twin Lake Fishing Trip this weekend (additional drivers are needed at this time to transport all Scouts who have signed up for the trip), Review of Scout Swim Test for Summer Camps, Tenderfoot Exercises (bring Handbooks to record results), Summer Camp Physicals will be offered by Dr. Scott Williams for Scouts at the meetings this week, June 13th and again on at the meeting on June 27th. If you cannot complete the physical this year with your family doctor and will request a physical at the meeting, bring the BSA Medical Form with Parts A & B completed in advance by a parent. The form can be printed out on line at www.seattlebsa.org/camp-parsons or from the Leader's Guide for either Camp Baker or Camp Melakwa at www.otcbsa.org, click on the camp and open the Leader's Guide to the link. The Leader's Guide's or links on the sites provide the Parent Information Sheet for each camp (phone numbers, addresses for mail, etc.) and the list of things to bring to camp.

Troop notes: Scout advancement and merit badge programs for Camp Parsons will be planned at the Troop Meetings at June 20 and 27th. Merit Badge signups for Camps Baker and Melakwa will be explained at the meeting this week. A BSA Physical within the prior year on the completed BSA Form (attached sport's physicals, etc. are not accepted) are required for all Scouts attending summer camp and all adults using the waterfront or remaining in camp more than 72 hours. Dr. Scott Williams will be at Troop Meetings on June 13 and 27 to complete physicals for youth in hardship cases. Effective June 1, 2018, National BSA Policy requires that all adults on a BSA activity more than 72 hours must be registered members of BSA who have completed Youth Protection Training (YPT) and an approved Criminal Background Check (CBC). Unregistered adults who have signed up for any of the summer camps for more than 72 hours should obtain the registration form from the troop and submit it immediately at this time, as the return of CBC's cannot be accelerated.

7:15 - 7:45 p.m. Brief Parent Committee Meeting - Commit transportation for Camp Parsons and the South Twin Lakes Fishing Trip this weekend.

7:45 p.m. Venture Scout Breakout - Bag check and final meeting before departure for BSA Florida Seabase this Thursday.

Friday - Sunday, June 16-17, 2018, South Twin Lake Fishing Trip - Departure planned for 8:00 a.m. Saturday from the garage with early arrival. The trip is pending and will be discussed at the Parent Meeting this Wednesday as additional drivers are needed to transport Scouts who have signed up for the trip. Tackle will be demonstrated and Safety Afloat reviewed at the Troop Meeting on June 13th. Bring a sack lunch for Saturday; a small charge will be announced to cover the troop cook for Saturday's Dinner and Sunday's Brunch. Troop tents and tarps can be drawn from the garage. The troop has extra tackle and poles available. Fishing requires an Oregon Fishing License commonly available at Sporting Good Counters. Fishing licenses are not required for youth under 12 and are $10. for youth 12-17 as a combination license, resident adult annual $41., one day adult angling $21., two day adult angling $38. (day licenses for resident or nonresident), resident adult senior angling (70 and 5 year resident) $27., resident adult Pioneer Combination (70 and 50 year resident) $6.

Sunday - Saturday, July 1-7, 2018, Camp Parsons Summer Camp. The Leader's Guide, Medical Form, Parent Information Sheet, and List of Things to bring to camp can be found at www.seaqttlebsa.org/camp-parsons. Departure for Camp Parsons on Sunday, July 1st will be at 7:00 a.m. from the Wesley Church parking lot. Wear your SCOUT UNIFORM to camp and bring your SCOUT HANDBOOK if you are not yet a First Class Scout. Be sure to remember your SACK LUNCH (first meal in camp is dinner) and pack your BATHING SUIT AND TOWEL on top for the swim test. All MEDICATIONS (prescription and nonprescription) must be in their original marked containers with instructions and in a zip lock bag to be given to Dr. Williams in the parking lot before departure. Medications will be in a lock box at camp and dosed by the troop. Injections not self administered, must be administered by the camp medic with written parental permission. A refrigerator is available at the medical lodge. There is a place to plug in CPAC or medical machines in each campsite, but bring a long extension cord.) The camp closes for the week on July 2, 2016 at a scheduled time of 9:00 a.m. Please allow six hours, more or less, for the return trip.

Sunday - Saturday, July 15-21, 2018, Pending Camp Baker Summer Camp. The Leader's Guide with Medical form, Parent Information Sheet, and List of Things to bring to camp can be found at www.otcbsa.org, click camps, then Camp Baker.

Sunday - Saturday, August 5-11, 2018, Camp Melakwa Summer Camp. The Leader's Guide with Medical form, Parent Information Sheet, and List of Things to bring to camp can be found at www.otcbsa.org, click camps, then Camp Melakwa.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jun 5 2018 - 10:02pm

Wednesday, June 6, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Quarterly Troop Court of Honor, reception following.

Troop notes: Signup continues for the South Twin Lake Trout Fishing Trip, the weekend of June 15-17, 2018. Complete signing of written commitments for Camp Parsons and remember that any additions for Camp Parsons are subject to space available in the camp, July 1-7. A BSA Physical within the prior year on the completed BSA Form (attached sport's physicals, etc. are not accepted) are required for all Scouts attending summer camp and all adults using the waterfront or remaining in camp more than 72 hours. Dr. Scott Williams will be at Troop Meetings on June 13 and 27 to complete physicals for youth in hardship cases. Effective June 1, 2018, National BSA Policy requires that all adults on a BSA activity more than 72 hours must be registered members of BSA who have completed Youth Protection Training (YPT) and an approved Criminal Background Check (CBC). Unregistered adults who have signed up for any of the summer camps for more than 72 hours should obtain the registration form from the troop and submit it immediately at this time, as the return of CBC's cannot be accelerated.

Thursday, June 7, 2018, LDS Church, 550 North Danebo, Eugene

6:30 p.m. Greenwood District Recognition Dinner. The troop has learned that Troop 100's Dylan Hurlimann will be among the honorees as Greenwood District Scout of the Year! The troop will host interested troop adults and Scouts. If you would like to attend, signup for an RSVP seat at a Troop 100 table by contacting Abbie McClain at abbiescoutbsa@gmail.com

Saturday, June 9, 2018, Orchard Point Marina, Fern Ridge Reservoir

Troop 61 Life Scout Kai Brown, brother of Shota Brown, is seeking volunteer Scouts to participate in part of his Eagle Project, a Safe Sailing Youth Clinic with the Triton Yacht Club, this Saturday, June 9th, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Details are as follows:

Triton Yacht Club will be hosting a Safe Sailing Youth Clinic on June 9 at Orchard Point Marina from 10 am to 4 pm. All youth between 13 and 18 are welcome. This event will better improve safety for youth already involved in sailing, and will introduce new sailors to an awesome adventure. We will have a safety demonstration by the sheriff in the morning and a sail in the afternoon. Lunch will be provided and there is no entry cost.

This event is part of Kai Brown's Eagle Scout project. Kai is a Junior member of EYC who is working with TYC on this sailing clinic. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP directly to Kai at kaikaibrown@gmail.com. If there are captains interested in volunteering their time and boats for this sailing clinic, please text Kai at 541-285-3778.

Friday - Sunday, June 15-17, 2018 - South Twin Lakes Trout Fishing Trip. Tackle will be demonstrated at the Troop Meeting on June 13th. The troop has extra tackle and poles available. Fishing requires an Oregon Fishing License commonly available at Sporting Good Counters. Fishing licenses are not required for youth under 12 and are $10. for youth 12-17 as a combination license, resident adult annual $41., one day adult angling $21., two day adult angling $38. (day licenses for resident or nonresident), resident adult senior angling (70 and 5 year resident) $27., resident adult Pioneer Combination (70 and 50 year resident) $6.

Sunday - Saturday, July 1-7, 2018, Camp Parsons Summer Camp (Space must be available for any additional signups for this camp.)

Sunday - Saturday, July 15-21, 2018, Pending Camp Baker Summer Camp

Sunday - Saturday, August 5-11, 2018, Camp Melakwa Summer Camp

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on May 29 2018 - 12:36pm

Tuesday, May 29, 2018, Harris Hall, West Front of the Lane County Courthouse/Public Service Building, 125 East 8th Street, Eugene

7:15 p.m. The scouts have been invited by the Mayor's office to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the Tuesday, May 29th Eugene City Council Meeting. This is a Class A Scout Uniform event. The Scouts will be able to quickly meet the Mayor before the meeting and lead everyone in the Pledge. The meeting is at 7:30 (Scouts must be there at 7:15 p.m.) in Harris Hall at 125 E. 8th Ave. We are not required to stay for the meeting and a scout can leave whenever they like after the Pledge. This meeting can count towards requirements for the Citizenship in the Community and Communications merit badges. (check with your counselor if you have questions). At least three confirmed scouts are going, but it would be great if we could get 6-10 scouts. Please RSVP to Chris Martin (martintsa@yahoo.com) so he can give the Mayor's Office a head count of the scouts confirmed.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Memorial Day Meeting. Signup continues for the South Twin Lakes Trout Fishing Trip, June 15-17. Scoutmaster Conference & Board of Review Night. Tenderfoot exercise requirements. (New Scouts wishing to complete Scout Rank requirements before our June 6th Court of Honor should bring their Handbooks.)

Troop Notes: 1. Any outstanding individual payments for patrol cooking at Camporee should be brought to the meeting this week and paid to the patrol quartermaster or his parent. All late payments should be made by this meeting. 2. The parental and scout troop commitment form for Camp Parsons will be available for signature again this week. Come and sign this week to confirm your attendance for Camp Parsons as the troop must make final nonrefundable payments on Thursday, May 31st! 3. Parents attending summer camp for more than 72 hours must register with the BSA by submitting a signed registration form through the troop with their printed certificate of complete YPT. BSA will submit for the background check. 4. Scouts: Don’t forget to pickup the troop sponsored Scout pants at the Scout Service Center Trading Post to complete your uniform. (Just give your name at the counter and you will be checked off the Troop 100 approved list.) 5. Kathy Reynolds, daughter of The Late Bob Poppen, long time Troop 100 Scouter, has contacted the troop asking if a Scout would be interested in part time employment on an hourly basis caring for her mother's yard in the River Road area. There is a lawnmower available at the home. Contact Rush Hoag for Kathy Reynolds contact info at 541-232-9465 or rushhoag@comcast.net so we will know if anyone is following up on this request.

Saturday, June 2, 2018 - Camp Baker Beaver Day

8:00 a.m. Meet at Wesley Church by 8:00 a.m. to carpool to Camp Baker or arrive at Camp Baker by 10:00 a.m. There will be a signup at the troop meeting this week or you may RSVP to Tony Reyneke at treyneke53@gmail.com, 541-284-4394 to assist with the number for the lunch to be provided, but everyone is welcome. Troop 100 has been assigned to cleanup the Tsiquan Campsite. Bring gloves, pruners, gas weed eater if anyone has one, hammers, charged battery powered sanders or a paint scraper, and paint brushes. A 12" or high step ladder is needed. Step ladders and the power washer from the troop garage might be transported, but please remember to return them to the troop garage. Lunch will be provided. End of day around 4:00 p.m.

The Camp Baker Rangers have provided the following menu of things that need to be done in the Tsisqan Site with the following additional information:

Some of these tasks require a skill level that may not be available in the group that is able to come on Saturday. We would be grateful for whatever help the Troop can provide.

- hand-scrub with wire brushes and/or paint scrapers the fascia and barge rafters outside the adirondaks' roofs
- hand-scrub (same-----------------------------------------) outside the shelter roof
- power wash the outside of the shelter
- power wash the kybo, outside and inside (gently)
- repair barge rafter dry rot on shelter (we will have the materials for that)
- trim and cut all brush 5' - 10' back from all structures, including grasses growing on and close to buildings
- limb surrounding trees as high as you can reach
- clean all roofs, with broom and stepladder
- when structures are dry, paint primer on all exposed non-painted wood (shelter, adirondacks, kybo)

TOOLS AND SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT NEEDED:
- gloves and goggles
- step ladders, 6'-8' (we have some, but they will be in heavy use)
- power washer, if you have one someone could bring (we have a hose)
- wire brushes, stiff brushes, paint scrapers
- clippers, loppers, bowsaws, weedwhacker
- pushbrooms
- rakes
- paint clothes (we have paint; it is a water-based paint)
- paint brushes, rollers, paint containers/pans (we have a few, but they're scattered and not in good shape)

FOR REPAIR OF DRY ROT:
- SEE RANGER STAN IF YOU CAN TACKLE THIS PROJECT
Some items needed would be:
- hammers (we have nails and screws)
- cordless saws to cut 2"x4"s (skill saws) (we have one, which may be being used also for other projects)
- tape measures, pencils
- etc.

We hope this helps. Remember that this is a menu, and not a to-do list. It would depend on the number of people and their skill level. We will be trying to move around to the different Troops' projects and helping and checking on all, so we will not be able to be there all of the time. Don't count on us to lead the projects.

Sunday, June 3, 2018, Wesley Church

3 p.m. Nathan Melvin-Martinez Eagle Court of Honor, reception following. (Please arrive at 2 p.m. for rehearsal if you are in the program.)

Wednesday, June 6, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Quarterly Troop Court of Honor

Friday - Sunday, June 15-17, 2018 - South Twin Lakes Trout Fishing Trip

Sunday - Saturday, July 1-7, 2018, Camp Parsons Summer Camp for Troop 100

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on May 13 2018 - 11:04pm

Wednesday, May 16, 2018, Wesley Church
6:15 p.m. Citizenship in the Nation Merit Badge Class

7:00 p.m. Preparation for camporee competitions: lashings (lead by Robert Shidek ) & plant identification - poison oak (lead by Dylan Hurlimann). Patrol Meetings to complete patrol menu planning and preparation of patrol boxes for camporee. Final signup for camporee and last chance to add or drop from a patrol's count for food shopping. Adults attending camporee should advise the patrol quartermaster of the patrol with whom they will be eating so they are included in the patrol's meal count.

Please attend to sign the Parent Committee required written commitments for Camp Parsons.

7:45 p.m. Venture Scout Breakout

Friday, May 18 - Sunday, May 20, 2018, Greenwood District Camporee, Pine Meadows Primitive Campground, Cottage Grove Lake.

Meet for departure at the Wesley Church Troop Garage at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, May 18th for a 6:00 p.m. departure. Eat before you go or bring a sack dinner. This year's competitive competition stations will be: Patrol skit, First Aid, Compass Treasure Hunt, Fire Building, Raft Building, Clean and cook a fish, Flag Ceremony, Uniform & Campsite Inspection, Semaphore, Knots, and Plant Identification. The PLC has re-designated this event for Patrol Cooking, which means each patrol will plan their menus at the Troop Meetings on May 9 & 16 and the designated Patrol Quartermaster will purchase the patrol's food, dividing the cost among the patrol members and adults eating with a patrol for reimbursement. New Scouts will be lead by Troop Guide Orion VanBuskirk. This will be a uniformed event with Scout Uniform required for flag ceremonies and campfire. Patrols may designate the troop t-shirt during the day for the competition stations. The troop will pay the camporee registration fee for all troop adults and Scouts attending with the troop.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Tristan Garcin Eagle Court of Honor, reception following.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018, Wesley Church

6:15 p.m. Final Citizenship in the Nation Merit Badge Class

7:00 p.m. Scoutmaster Conferences & Board of Review Night. Last chance to complete Scout Rank requirements before the Court of Honor. Tenderfoot exercise requirements.

Saturday, June 2, 2018 - Camp Baker Beaver Day

Sunday, June 3, 2018, Wesley Church

3 p.m. Nathan Melvin-Martinez Eagle Court of Honor, reception following. (Please arrive at 2 p.m. for rehearsal if you are in the program.)

Wednesday, June 6, 2018, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Quarterly Troop Court of Honor

Friday - Sunday, June 15-17, 2018 - South Twin Lakes Trout Fishing Trip

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