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     Troop 100 has been guiding young men for 50 years and making an impact on their lives as they in turn make an impact on the community through their progress in the Scouting program. Today Troop 100 has had over 130 Eagle Scouts join the ranks of so many before them and we look forward to having you join them as you set your sights on your future growth.
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This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jul 15 2018 - 6:06pm

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - No Troop Meeting during 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 Jul 4 2018 - 6:30pm

Wednesday, July 4, 2018 - no Troop Meeting this Wednesday on the Fourth of July while the troop enjoys summer camp during Camp Parson’s historic one-hundredth summer!

The next troop meeting will be Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at Wesley Church, as the troop prepares for departure for Camp Baker on Sunday, July 15. If you would like to add to the Camp Baker sign up, please email rushhoag@comcast.net and come to the troop meeting on July 11.

If you still need to complete merit badge sign ups for either camp Baker or Camp Melakwa, you may consult the merit badge schedules in the camp leader’s guides posted at www.otcbsa.org. Email your sign up choices to Dave Ragsdale at dsrags@gmail.com and he will record them and make an entry on your behalf at the tentaroo website using the troop account.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jun 25 2018 - 6:38pm

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.

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.

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) and both sides of the
medical insurance card 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. If
you wish to submit a Special Needs Form - medical, dietary, or physical - there are forms in the
Leader's Guides for Camps Parsons and Baker. Just fill out and bring to a Troop Meeting and we will
submit. 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 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.

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