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This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Feb 24 2017 - 3:34am

Wednesday, February 22, 2017, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting –
- Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Trip final coordination; Snowsports Trip this weekend has many items we will be checking off during this Wednesday’s meeting so hoping everyone coming on the trip can be present to cover:

1) We need to get final count of scouts, siblings, drivers, non-driver parents coming. We will be gathering the last of the Family Commitment forms from remaining families to ensure final tally.
2) Please bring the whole outfit your scout plans to wear to the Wednesday 2/22 meeting (without the skis and snowboards). Jacket, gloves, under layer, snow pants, hat, etc.
3) Please ensure your Medical Forms are up to date; if not, please complete the attached and bring to the meeting: http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_ABC.pdf (just need A and B – not C that requires doctor signature).
4) Need to get checks/payments from remaining families
5) All parents need to sign two required forms from Mt. Hood – I will bring copies or you can get ahead of this by downloading from: https://www.skihood.com/about-us/downloads
a. Group Consent Form for each person participating – even if you are not renting
b. Providence Consent to Treat Form – one for each person under 18.
6) Logistics review that starts with Ski Trip departure from Wesley Church on Friday, February 24th; meet at 5:30 p.m., departure not later than 6:00 p.m.

Other items in Wednesday night meeting:
- Scouting Heritage Merit Badge instruction continues with a special session set later for those completing the merit badge.
- Boards of Review for the March 8th Court of Honor.
- Please remember to bring in all blue cards from the Merit Badge Fair so there can be awarded at the Court of Honor on March 8th.
- Signup continues for the Safari Campout to Wildlife Safari with close encounter programs and overnight at Mooney Scout Ranch.

7:45 p.m. Venture Scout Breakout

The Trail Ahead

Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Trip

Friday - Sunday, February 24-26, 2017, Mt., Hood Meadows Ski Trip, Lodging at Parkdale Volunteer Fire Department, 4895 Baseline Drive, Parkdale, Oregon. Departure from Wesley Church on Friday, February 24th; meet at 5:30 p.m. with departure by 6:00 p.m.

GEAR UP! Parents and scouts -- please plan ahead to ensure you have proper ski and snowboard outfit for the trip. PLEASE BRING YOUR CLOTHING your scout plans to wear to the Wednesday 2/22 meeting (without the skis and snowboards). Reminder, no cotton should be worn at any layer -- focus on breathable fabrics and no jeans. Please contact TonyKscouts@gmail.com or ask me at meeting if you have questions on proper clothing so the boys can have a great time. We will be asking everyone to bring in their clothing/snow sports outfits on the meeting before the trip for final check on Feb 22. Be prepared! Here is a great one page summary of each recommended layer/fabric details that REI put together: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/skiing-kids.html and reminder that there are still some jackets and other gear available from the Troop 100 Snowsports gear bin for the taking.

RENTAL DETAILS Berg's Ski Shop, 367 West 13th Avenue, Eugene has agreed to offer a weekend rate for Troop 100's Ski Trip to Mt. Hood Meadows on February 24 - February 26th. You should go in to reserve and be sized at this time in advance. Ski or Snow Board packages with helmet (required for skiing or snowboarding in Troop 100) can be picked up on Friday, February 24th (earlier is better to avoid the late afternoon crowd) and returned on Monday, February 27th. The group weekend fee is $10 for the downhill ski package and $5 for the helmet for a total of $15. The group weekend fee is $15 for the snow board package and $5 for the helmet for a total of $20. Renting a snow board requires a credit card imprint, which will not be charged, unless there is loss or damage. The helmets are redesigned and new this year! The Troop requires all participants - youth and adult - to wear a helmet. While the equipment rentals are at the group rate, the rental is the responsibility of the Scout and his family. Please request Berg's to put tape on your rentals and write the Scout's name on the tape, as equipment is mixed in transport.

PAYMENT For this Ski Trip, the troop has arranged complimentary lodging through the Parkdale, Oregon Fire Department and the policy for this trip is that meals are at troop expense, as the families are paying for the equipment rentals. Cost of Scout lift tickets for Saturday and Sunday are split evenly between the troop and the scout activity allowances at group rates. Additionally, the troop requires all Scouts to take a lesson at their skill level, unless a Scout has previously taken three or more lessons with the troop and has Scoutmaster approval not to take a lesson. Adult drivers receive one complimentary lift ticket, a second day lift ticket or lift tickets for non-driving adults or siblings can be purchased at the group rate as a personal expense. Discounted group day lift ticket rates: Junior 7-14 $35. Adult 15-64 $64. Senior 65-74 $35. Lesson costs for siblings/non-driving adults is $47 for 13 and up; $103 for 7-12.

We will be collecting last payments and Family Commitment Forms for the Ski/Snowboard Trip during 2/22 meeting. All payments and confirmed counts due by 2/22

MEDICAL FORMS: Skiing and Snow Boarding involve an inherent element of risk. Generally, the troop has experienced at least one injury (often a fracture) on at least every other ski trip over the years. There is a medical clinic at Mt. Hood Meadows staffed with medical personnel and X-ray equipment. Participants must provide or update their Scout medical forms, Parts A & B, with current insurance information prior to this trip. We will be checking those at the Wednesday 2/22 meeting. Blank forms available at: http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_ABC.pdf

March 1, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Splash Pool, 6100 Thurston Road, Springfield

March 8, 2017, 7:00 p.m., Troop Court of Honor at Wesley Church

March 18-19, 2017, Safari Campout to Mooney Scout Ranch and Wildlife Safari with close encounter programs with giraffes, cheetahs, and hippopotamus.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Feb 13 2017 - 9:49pm

Wednesday, February 15, 2017, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting
- Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Trip instruction and collection of payments/Family Commitment Forms.
- Scouting Heritage Merit Badge instruction begins on February 15th and 22nd.
- Scouting Boards of Review 2/15 & 2/22, Bring in all blue cards from the Merit Badge Fair so there can be awarded at the Court of Honor on March 8th.
- Signup begins for the Safai Campout to Wildlife Safari with overnight at Mooney Scout Ranch.
- Summer signups.

7:45 p.m. Parent Committee Meeting

Sunday, February 19, 2017, St. Henry Catholic Church, 38925 Dexter Road, Dexter

2:00 p.m. Jonathan Fechtel Eagle Court of Honor, Reception following. (Participants in the ceremony should arrive by 1:00 p.m for rehearsal.)

The Trail Ahead

Friday - Sunday, February 24-26, 2017, Mt., Hood Meadows Ski Trip, Lodging at Parkdale Volunteer Fire Department, 4895 Baseline Drive, Parkdale, Oregon

GEAR UP! Parents and scouts -- please plan ahead to ensure you have proper ski and snowboard outfit for the trip. Reminder, no cotton should be worn at any layer -- focus on breathable fabrics and no jeans. Please contact TonyKscouts@gmail.com or ask me at meeting if you have questions on proper clothing so the boys can have a great time. We will be asking everyone to bring in their clothing/snow sports outfits on the meeting before the trip for final check on Feb 22. Be prepared! Here is a great one page summary of each recommended layer/fabric details that REI put together: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/skiing-kids.html and reminder that there are still some jackets and other gear available from the Troop 100 Snowsports gear bin for the taking.

RENTAL DETAILS Berg's Ski Shop, 367 West 13th Avenue, Eugene has agreed to offer a weekend rate for Troop 100's Ski Trip to Mt. Hood Meadows on February 24 - February 26th. You should go in to reserve and be sized at this time in advance. Ski or Snow Board packages with helmet (required for skiing or snow boarding in Troop 100) can be picked up on Friday, February 24th (earlier is better to avoid the late afternoon crowd) and returned on Monday, February 27th. The group weekend fee is $10. for the down hill ski package and $5. for the helmet or a total of $15. The group weekend fee is $15. for the snow board package and $5. for the helmet or a total of $20. Renting a snow board requires a credit card imprint, which will not be charged, unless there is loss or damage. The helmets are redesigned and new this year! The Troop requires all participants - youth and adult - to wear a helmet. While the equipment rentals are at the group rate, the rental is the responsibility of the Scout and his family. Please request Berg's to put tape on your rentals and write the Scout's name on the tape, as equipment is mixed in transport.

PAYMENT For this Ski Trip, the troop has arranged complimentary lodging through the Parkdale, Oregon Fire Department and the policy for this trip is that meals are at troop expense, as the families are paying for the equipment rentals. Cost of Scout lift tickets for Saturday and Sunday are split evenly between the troop and the scout activity allowances at group rates. Additionally, the troop requires all Scouts to take a lesson at their skill level, unless a Scout has previously taken three or more lessons with the troop and has Scoutmaster approval not to take a lesson. Adult drivers receive one complimentary lift ticket, a second day lift ticket or lift tickets for non driving adults or siblings can be purchased at the group rate as a personal expense. Discounted group day lift ticket rates: Junior 7-14 $35., Adult 15-64 $64., Senior 65-74 $35. We will be collecting payments for skiing and the $10 per person for food as detailed in the Family Commitment Forms for the Ski/Snowboard Trip during the 2/8 and 2/15 meetings. All payments and confirm counts due by 2/15.

MEDICAL FORMS: Skiing and Snow Boarding involve an inherent element of risk. Generally, the troop has experienced at least one injury (often a fracture) on at least every other ski trip over the years. There is a medical clinic at Mt. Hood Meadows staffed with medical personnel and X-ray equipment. Participants must provide or update their Scout medical forms, Parts A & B, with current insurance information prior to this trip.

March 1, 2017 at 6:00 p.m., Splash Pool

March 8, 2017, Troop Court of Honor at Wesley Church

March 18-19, 2017, Safai Campout to Mooney Scout Ranch and Wildlife Safari with close encounter programs

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Feb 6 2017 - 7:01am

Monday, February 6, 2017, Scout Service Center, 2525 MLK, Jr. Blvd., Eugene

5:30 p.m. Monthly PLC Meeting and dinner. Planning for February and March Meetings and activities. Meeting open to all patrol leaders and First Class Scouts and above. All patrols must be represented to complete the Honor Patrol Competition!

Wednesday, February 8, 2017, Wesley Church

6:25 p.m. The 107th Scout Anniversary Week Dutch Oven Dinner will be an evening to remember; Dutch Oven cooks arrive at 3:30 p.m., final setup at 5:30 - 6:25 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall, Opening Ceremonies at 6:25 p.m., Dinner begins early at 6:30 p.m. Program includes a brief Friends of Scouting Appeal for adults and a collection for the World Friendship Fund by the Scouts (Scouts may wish to bring some pocket change for World Scouting). Expect delicious deserts; a slide show of Troop 100's Year in Review; brief rare film footages of Scouting's Founder, Baden-Powell, with a special presentation explaining what happened in South Africa over a century ago that led to Scouting throughout the world; and finally the Scout Law in their own words as 12 Scouts of today present their brief essays on the meaning of the 12 points of the Scout Law. Scouts should be in uniform and wear merit badges sashes for the anniversary troop photograph.

We will also be collecting payments and Family Commitment Forms for the Ski/Snowboard Trip at the end of the month. All payments and confirm counts due by 2/15.

Saturday, February 11, 2017, LDS Church, 3500 West 18th Street, Eugene - Greenwood District Merit Badge Fair (sponsored by Troop 100), 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Complete registration at www.troop100eugene.com and come prepared. The troop will provide merit badge blue cards Wednesday evening at dinner and at the Fair. A 107th Scouting Anniversary Lunch will be offered for $2.00. Register in advance for the lunch at www.troop100eugene.com, click Merit Badge Fair in the menu or alternatively bring a brown bag lunch.

Sunday, February 12, 2017, Wesley Church

10:00 Scout Sunday Service at Wesley Church, Scout participants arrive early at 9:20 a.m. to prepare to serve as greeters or pass out church programs. Four Scouts are needed to work with the Lay Leader to pass the collection plates during the service. Braiden Miller and Sebastian Garcin will read the Scriptures during the Service. The minister will honor the four Scouts and their Eagle Projects completed or planned in the Poppen Community Garden.

The Trail Ahead

Friday - Sunday, February 24-26, 2017, Mt., Hood Meadows Ski Trip, Lodging at Parkdale.

GEAR UP! Parents and scouts -- please plan ahead to ensure you have proper ski and snowboard outfit for the trip. Reminder, no cotton should be worn at any layer -- focus on breathable fabrics and no jeans. Please contact TonyKscouts@gmail.com or ask me at meeting if you have questions on proper clothing so the boys can have a great time. We will be asking everyone to bring in their clothing/snow sports outfits on the meeting before the trip for final check on Feb 22. Be prepared! Here is a great one page summary of each recommended layer/fabric details that REI put together: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/skiing-kids.html and reminder that there are still some jackets and other gear available from the Troop 100 Snowsports gear bin for the taking.

RENTAL DETAILS Berg's Ski Shop, 367 West 13th Avenue, Eugene has agreed to offer a weekend rate for Troop 100's Ski Trip to Mt. Hood Meadows on February 24 - February 26th. You should go in to reserve and be sized at this time in advance. Ski or Snow Board packages with helmet (required for skiing or snow boarding in Troop 100) can be picked up on Friday, February 24th (earlier is better to avoid the late afternoon crowd) and returned on Monday, February 27th. The group weekend fee is $10. for the down hill ski package and $5. for the helmet or a total of $15. The group weekend fee is $15. for the snow board package and $5. for the helmet or a total of $20. Renting a snow board requires a credit card imprint, which will not be charged, unless there is loss or damage. The helmets are redesigned and new this year! The Troop requires all participants - youth and adult - to wear a helmet. While the equipment rentals are at the group rate, the rental is the responsibility of the Scout and his family. Please request Berg's to put tape on your rentals and write the Scout's name on the tape, as equipment is mixed in transport.

PAYMENT For this Ski Trip, the troop has arranged complimentary lodging through the Parkdale, Oregon Fire Department and the policy for this trip is that meals are at troop expense, as the families are paying for the equipment rentals. Cost of Scout lift tickets for Saturday and Sunday are split evenly between the troop and the scout activity allowances at group rates. Additionally, the troop requires all Scouts to take a lesson at their skill level, unless a Scout has previously taken three or more lessons with the troop and has Scoutmaster approval not to take a lesson. Adult drivers receive one complimentary lift ticket, a second day lift ticket or lift tickets for non driving adults or siblings can be purchased at the group rate as a personal expense. Discounted group day lift ticket rates: Junior 7-14 $35., Adult 15-64 $64., Senior 65-74 $35. We will be collecting payments and Family Commitment Forms for the Ski/Snowboard Trip during the 2/8 and 2/15 meetings. All payments and confirm counts due by 2/15.

MEDICAL FORMS: Skiing and Snow Boarding involve an inherent element of risk. Generally, the troop has experienced at least one injury (often a fracture) on at least every other ski trip over the years. There is a medical clinic at Mt. Hood Meadows staffed with medical personnel and X-ray equipment. Participants must provide or update their Scout medical forms, Parts A & B, with current insurance information prior to this trip.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jan 30 2017 - 11:50pm

Sharing photos from Crater Lake snow shoe trip: To check out photos from this last weekend’s trip to Crater Lake for snow shoeing, go to this shared DropBox folder below. I have invited the parents/adult leaders via separate email to add their own photos and videos as well:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/pdfcnrbvhfcd2es/AABC8IveqNCGd_LybEnwx8Hxa?dl=...

Wednesday, February 1, 2017, Wesley Church
7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Honor Patrol Competition begins. Finalize plans for the 107th Scout Anniversary Dutch Oven Dinner and program participants, Final troop meeting registration opportunity for the merit badge fair, Signup and volunteers for Scout Sunday at Wesley Church.
We will also have more specific sign up via Family Commitment Form and instruction for the Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Trip, Feb 24-26. See details below.

7:45 p.m. Venture Scout Breakout

Thursday, February 2, 2017, LDS Church, 550 North Danebo, Eugene
7:00 p.m. Greenwood District Adult Leader's Roundtable

Sunday, February 5, 2017, St. Peter's Catholic Church, 1150 Maxwell Road, Eugene
1:00 p.m. Bo Murray Eagle Court of Honor, Luncheon and Desert Reception following. Participants in the ceremony should arrive at 12:00 noon for rehearsal.

Sunday, February 5, 2017, Scout Service Center, 2525 MLK, Jr. Blvd., Eugene
5:30 p.m. Monthly PLC Meeting and dinner. Planning for February and March Meetings and activities. Meeting open to all patrol leaders and First Class Scouts and above. All patrols must be represented to complete the Honor Patrol Competition!!!

The Trail Ahead
Wednesday, February 8, 2017, Wesley Church - 107th Scout Anniversary Week Dutch Oven Dinner and program, Dutch Oven cooks arrive at 3:30 p.m., final setup at 6:00 p.m., Program and dinner begins early at 6:30 p.m.

Saturday, February 11, 2017, LDS Church, 3500 West 18th Street, Eugene - Greenwood District Merit Badge Fair, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sunday, February 12, 2017, Wesley Church
10:00 Scout Sunday Service, participants arrive early at 9:20 a.m.

Friday - Sunday, February 24-26, 2017, Mt., Hood Meadows Ski Trip, Lodging at Parkdale. Further details below:

SKI TRIP RENTAL GEAR:
Berg's Ski Shop, 367 West 13th Avenue, Eugene has agreed to offer a weekend rate for Troop 100's Ski Trip to Mt. Hood Meadows on February 24 - February 26th. You should go in to reserve and be sized at this time in advance. Ski or Snow Board packages with helmet (required for skiing or snow boarding in Troop 100) can be picked up on Friday, February 24th (earlier is better to avoid the late afternoon crowd) and returned on Monday, February 27th. The group weekend fee is $10. for the down hill ski package and $5. for the helmet or a total of $15. The group weekend fee is $15. for the snow board package and $5. for the helmet or a total of $20. Renting a snow board requires a credit card imprint, which will not be charged, unless there is loss or damage. The helmets are redesigned and new this year! The Troop requires all participants - youth and adult - to wear a helmet. While the equipment rentals are at the group rate, the rental is the responsibility of the Scout and his family. Please request Berg's to put tape on your rentals and write the Scout's name on the tape, as equipment is mixed in transport.

SKI TRIP COSTS:
For this Ski Trip, the troop has arranged complimentary lodging through the Parkdale, Oregon, Fire Department and the policy for this trip is that meals are at troop expense, as the families are paying for the equipment rentals. Cost of Scout lift tickets for Saturday and Sunday are split evenly between the troop and the scout activity allowances at group rates. Additionally, the troop requires all Scouts to take a lesson at their skill level, unless a Scout has previously taken three or more lessons with the troop and has Scoutmaster approval not to take a lesson. Adult drivers receive one complimentary lift ticket, a second day lift ticket or lift tickets for non-driving adults or siblings can be purchased at the group rate as a personal expense. Discounted group day lift ticket rates: Junior 7-14 $35, Adult 15-64 $64, Senior 65-74 $35.

SKI TRIP MEDICAL FORMS
Skiing and Snow Boarding involve an inherent element of risk. Generally, the troop has experienced at least one injury (often a fracture) on at least every other ski trip over the years. There is a medical clinic at Mt. Hood Meadows staffed with medical personnel and X-ray equipment. Participants must provide or update their Scout medical forms, Parts A & B, with current insurance information prior to this trip.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jan 23 2017 - 7:54pm

Wednesday, January 18, 2017, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Tristan Du Chateau Eagle Court of Honor, reception following. Participants in the ceremony should plan to arrive by 6:00 p.m. for rehearsal. Brief announcements for this weekend's Crater Lake National Park Snowshoe Trip shown below. We will take final signup for the trip, but at this time we are assuming it will be the 22 youth and nine adults who have signed up.

** If you missed last week's Cold Weather Clothing Swap, no problem -- bring items to trade or giveaway that may no longer fit and look over the items we have collected to pick up something you need. This is a great time to bring what your family no longer fits into and see what you can pick up for snowshoe trip at end of January and skiing at the end of February.

Saturday-Sunday, January 28-29, 2017, Crater Lake National Park Snowshoe Trip

Please arrive by 7:45 a.m. for an 8:00 a.m. departure from Wesley Church for the Crater Lake Snowshoe. All participates should be bring their personal or rental snowshoes and a sack lunch for Saturday.

The plan is to travel I-5 to Canyonville, then Highway 227 to Highway 62 to the south entrance of the National Park. Adult drivers should have four wheel drive or front wheel drive vehicles and traction devices or carry chains. The three mile road from the Park Visitor's Center to the Rim is again closed temporarily, but with no more snow predicted through the weekend, the Park plans to reopen the road to the rim this week. After the Visitor's Center and lunch, we will snow shoe to the north at the rim where there is a warm restaurant and gift shop. Overnight Saturday January 28th will be at the Crater Lake Resort, 50711 OR-62, Chiloquin/Fort Klamath, Oregon with return on Sunday, January 29th by the same route. (The National Park Service has agreed to take Troop 100 on a snowshoe nature walk on Sunday morning at the Park after breakfast at the Resort.) Scouts will lodge overnight in the Resort's Hamilton Hall where there is a fireplace/space heater, but concrete floor, so sleeping pads or air mattresses should be brought. At least five cabins (with the restrooms for all) will be staffed by adults, with details at the troop meeting. Crater Lake Resort is eight miles from the Park's south entrance plus the distance to the Visitor's Center and up to the rim for the snowshoe. Due to the distance and winter driving conditions, we will be taking minimum gear and this will be a troop cook for dinner on Saturday, January 28 and breakfast on Sunday, January 29th, at a very reasonable charge to be announced before departure on Saturday, January 28th. Don't forget to bring your own sack lunch for Saturday!

Rental details
Rental snowshoes for the trip can be reserved at Berg's Ski Shop, 367 13th Avenue, Eugene. These will be individual rentals paid by you individually at personal expense, but charged at the arranged group rate of $5. for members of the Troop 100 Group. Scouts may go in any time now in advance with a parent to reserve, be sized, pay, and for the parent to sign the required release at Berg's. Snowshoe rentals need to be picked up at Berg's on Friday, January 27th - the earlier the better to avoid the late afternoon crowd, so between 10 a.m. and 12 noon is suggested for your convenience. Returns must be made on return from the trip on Sunday, January 29th before the 5:00 p.m. closing at Berg's. The general public rate is usually $10. per day, so the $5. total charge for the weekend is a group discounted charge. (Should there be any confusion recognizing the group Troop 100 arrangement at Berg's, indicate this is on file and ask to speak with supervisor Ryan Fickenscher who handles group rentals for those not using their ski bus.)

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jan 16 2017 - 10:44pm

Wednesday, January 18, 2017, Wesley Church

7 PM Troop Meeting - Introduction of National Honor Patrol Standards and troop competition. Review of cold weather clothing for the upcoming snowshoe trip on January 28-29 to Crater Lake and the ski trip to Mount Hood Meadows on February 24-26. Sign-ups for Dutch oven cooking and the Scout Law essay contest for the 107th anniversary dinner on February 8.

** PLEASE BRING YOUR COLD-WEATHER CLOTHING ANNUAL SWAP THIS WEDNESDAY! Troop Swap meet to sell, trade or giveaway cold-weather clothing items and that may no longer fit. This is a great time to bring what your family no longer fits into and see what you can pick up for snowshoe trip at end of January and skiing at the end of February.

Thursday, January 19, 2017, Wesley Church

7 PM Parent Committee Meeting - Summer Plans

Saturday, January 21, 2017, Frank Kinney Park, 875 Martin, Eugene

9 AM Clark Diama Eagle Project - pathway clean up and re-graveling pathway; replacing surfaces on park benches. Bring work gloves, boots, and weed removal implements. May go the whole day with return Sunday afternoon for any final finish up. Come and be prepared to go the distance and earn your service hours.

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