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This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Apr 23 2017 - 9:41pm

Wednesday, April 26, 2017, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - At Scouts this week, please take time to welcome our seven new Scouts who crossed over from Pack 12 on April 20th. Signup continues for our New Scout & Camporee Preparation campout on April 29-30 and signup begins for the Greenwood District Camporee on May 19-21 at Schwartz Park off Row River Road east of Cottage Grove. Be prepared to carry your patrol flag, give your patrol yell, and practice displaying, folding, and carrying the American Flag. Utensil-less cooking; such as a foil dinner, cooked egg in an orange, and meatloaf in a pepper will be demonstrated in preparation for the campout. Preparation begins for camporee as equipment is assembled for each patrol for the camporee competition stations. Knots, whipping of rope and pocketknife safety will be reviewed for Scout Rank. New Scouts will have an opportunity to meet and select a patrol name and work on a patrol yell for Camporee.

7:45 p.m. Venture Scout Breakout.

Saturday - Sunday, April 29-30, Armitage County Park New Scout & Camporee Preparation Campout

Meet at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 29th at the troop garage for departure to Armitage Park. All Scouts are encouraged to attend to support our New Scouts and the Camporee Preparation Training. New Scouts will be introduced to the patrol method and Scout spirit, review and pass basic Scout Rank Requirements with adult leaders, and older Scouts will teach scout skills for advancement and camporee - such as flag protocol, knot tying and lashings, fire building, first aid, orienteering, and bear bags. Physical fitness benchmarks for Tenderfoot Scout will be recorded. Expect a Nature Hike, Scout games, and skits at the Campfire. This trip will be Jamboree Style Cooking with the troop providing the menu, food, and supplies. Scouts will individually prepare their meals such foil dinners and foil desserts. Expect the Troop's cast iron antique Griswold Waffle Makers to be in use on Sunday morning! Scouts attending will be prepared for the Greenwood District Camporee at Schwartz Park near Cottage Grove, May 19-21th. Contact Rush Hoag with any questions, 541-232-9465,rushhoag@comcast.net.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Apr 18 2017 - 10:13pm

Wednesday, April 19, 2017, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - At Scouts this week, Merit badge instruction for the Gardening Merit Badge in the Poppen Community Garden will begin. This will also be the departure meeting for the Smith Rocks Climbing Trip, April 21-23, as noted below. Patrol Camporee competitions for the Schwartz Park Greenwood District Camporee on May 19-21 will also be introduced and preparation will be also begin for camporee.

Signup and preparation continues for Troop 100's New Scout and Camporee Preparation Campout on April 29-30, 2017 at Armitage County Park, Group Tent Site A, with departure from the troop garage at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 29th. New Scouts will be introduced to the patrol method and Scout spirit, review and pass basic Scout Rank Requirements with adult leaders, and older Scouts will teach scout skills for advancement and camporee - such as flag protocol, knot tying and lashings, fire building, first aid, orienteering, and bear bags. Physical fitness bench marks for Tenderfoot Scout will be recorded. Expect a Nature Hike, Scout games, and skits at the Campfire. This trip will be Jamboree Style Cooking with the troop providing the menu, food, and supplies. Scouts will individually prepare their meals such foil dinners and desserts. Expect the Troop's cast iron antique Griswold Waffle Makers to be in use on Sunday morning! Scouts attending will be prepared for the Greenwood District Camporee at Schwartz Park near Cottage Grove, May 19-21at. Contact Rush Hoag with any questions, 541-232-9465,rushhoag@comcast.net.

7:45 p.m. Venture Scout Breakout.

Thursday, April 20, 2017, O'Hara School, 715 West 18th Avenue, Eugene

6:30 p.m. Pack 12 Crossover - Troop 100 Scouts are invited to join the Crossover Team (Sebastian Garcin and Braiden Miller) for the Crossover of Pack 12 Webelos into Boy Scouting with Troop 100.

Friday, April 21 - Sunday, April 23, 2017, Smith Rocks State Park & Crooked River Ranch, Terrebone

Signup continues this week for the Smith Rocks Climbing Trip with camping at Crooked River Ranch (Tent Sites 11-16 around the gazebo), April 21-23. This advanced trip is open to all Scouts who have previously attended a BSA Summer Camp. Departure will be from the troop garage on Friday, April 21st at 5:30 p.m and will be a troop cook. This trip is being planned by the Venture Scouts for the troop. Contact Tom Akers with any questions, 541-632-2692, tpakers@juno.com.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Apr 12 2017 - 1:18am

Wednesday, April 12, 2017, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - At Scouts this week, Marty of Troop 60 and his climbing colleagues will provide instruction for the April 21-23 climbing trip to Smith Rocks. The Parent Committee will have its monthly meeting from 7:15 - 8:15 p.m. in the conference room. (Merit badge instruction for the Gardening Merit Badge in the Poppen Community Garden will be at the meeting on April 19th.)

Signup continues this week for the Smith Rocks Climbing Trip with camping at Crooked River Ranch (Tent Sites 11-16 around the gazebo), April 21-23. This advanced trip is open to all Scouts who have previously attended a BSA Summer Camp. Departure will be from the troop garage on Friday, April 21st at 5:30 p.m and will be a troop cook. This trip is being planned by the Venture Scouts for the troop. Contact Tom Akers with any questions, 541-632-2692, tpakers@juno.com.

Signup also continues for Troop 100's New Scout and Camporee Preparation Campout on April 29-30, 2017 at Armitage County Park, Group Tent Site A, with departure from the troop garage at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 29th. New Scouts will be introduced to the patrol method and Scout spirit, review and pass basic Scout Rank Requirements with adult leaders, and older Scouts will teach scout skills for advancement and camporee - such as flag protocol, knot tying and lashings, fire building, first aid, orienteering, and bear bags. Physical fitness benchmarks for Tenderfoot Scout will be recorded. Expect a Nature Hike, Scout games, and skits at the Campfire. This trip will be Jamboree Style Cooking with the troop providing the menu, food, and supplies. Scouts will individually prepare their meals such foil dinners and desserts. Expect the Troop's cast iron antique Griswold Waffle Makers to be in use on Sunday morning! Scouts attending will be prepared for the Greenwood District Camporee at Schwartz Park near Cottage Grove, May 19-21at. Contact Rush Hoag with any questions, 541-232-9465,rushhoag@comcast.net.

7:15 - 8:15 p.m. Parent Committee Meeting

Summer Camp

The PLC plans to promote Summer Camp after the Webelos Crossover is complete. However, please signup for Summer Camp on the bulletin board by the troop room door. The Scout Guide Books for Camp Baker 2017 and Melakwa (2016 version) are posted on the Council website (www.otcbsa.org, click on camps, click on Baker or Melaka) explaining the camp program and a list of things to bring to camp.

This year Troop 100 plans to attend both of the Oregon Trail Camps: Camp Baker July 9-15 and Camp Melakwa August 6-12. Camp Baker is $290. and Camp Melakwa is $258. ($198. Council fee and $60. troop fee for food & supplies), plus any Trading Post money. The troop will pay half the fee for one or both camps and the scout family may pay the balance from the Scout Activity Allowance, Campership, or personal payment.

The new deadline to apply for Oregon Trail Council Camperships has been announced as May 1, 2017 firm, with no exceptions. If applying for a Council Campership, print and fill out the form (www.otcbsa.org, click on camps, click on Campership Application) and bring it to a troop meeting for troop leadership to sign and submit to the Council.

Scouts attending Summer Camp (and adults attending for more than 72 hours) must have an annual physical examination recorded on the scout form within twelve months of departure for camp. This year the Scout Service Center advises that low-cost physicals at the Service Center for Scouts will not be offered, so it is important to make a timely appointment for the examination with your provider. (We will advise if a troop doctor is available for youth exams.) Go towww.otcbsa.org, click on leaders, click on Official Boy Scout Forms, scroll down to print out the appropriate form. Please check with Cindy Davis or Sheridan Johnson at meetings if you have any medical exam questions or need to know the date of your Scout's last exam.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Apr 4 2017 - 3:55pm

Wednesday, April 5, 2017, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Announcement of plans for the Gardening Merit Badge at the Poppen Community Garden with full merit badge instruction at the meeting on April 12th. This week the PLC has planned a Quartermaster Night with Scouts doing Spring Cleaning and reorganization of the Troop Room and Troop Garage.

Signup begins this week for the Smith Rocks Climbing Trip with camping at Crooked River Ranch (Tent Sites 11-16 around the gazebo), April 21-23. This advanced trip is open to all Scouts who have previously attended a BSA Summer Camp. Departure will be from the troop garage on Friday, April 21st at 5:30 p.m and will be a troop cook. This trip is being planned by the Venture Scouts for the troop. Contact Tom Akers with any questions, 541-632-2692, tpakers@juno.com.

Signup also begins for Troop 100's New Scout Campout on April 29-30, 2017 at Armitage County Park, Group Tent Site A, with departure from the troop garage at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 29th. New Scouts will be introduced to the patrol method, review and pass basic Scout Rank Requirements with adult leaders, and older Scouts will teach scout skills - such as flag etiquette, knot tying, fire building, and first aid. Physical fitness bench marks for Tenderfoot Scout will be recorded. Expect a Nature Hike, Scout Games, and a Campfire. This trip will be Jamboree Style Cooking with the troop providing the menu, food, and supplies. Scouts will individually prepare their meals such foil dinners and desserts. Expect the Troop's cast iron antique Griswold Waffle Makers to be in use on Sunday morning! Contact Rush Hoag with any questions, 541-232-9465, rushhoag@comcast.net.

7:45 p.m. Venture Scout Breakout - Seabase deposits due for Spring Break 2018

Thursday, April 6, 2017, LDS Church, 550 North Danebo, Eugene

7:00 p.m. Greenwood District Adult Leader Roundtable

Summer Camp

The PLC plans to promote Summer Camp after the Webelos Crossover is complete. However, please signup for Summer Camp on the bulletin board by the troop room door. The Scout Guide Books for Camp Baker 2017 and Melakwa (2016 version) are posted on the Council website (www.otcbsa.org, click on camps, click on Baker or Melakwa) explaining the camp program and a list of things to bring to camp.

This year Troop 100 plans to attend both of the Oregon Trail Camps: Camp Baker July 9-15 and Camp Melakwa August 6-12. Camp Baker is $290. and Camp Melakwa is $258. ($198. Council fee and $60. troop fee for food & supplies), plus any Trading Post money. The troop will pay half the fee for one or both camps and the scout family may pay the balance from the Scout Activity Allowance, Campership, or personal payment.

The new deadline to apply for Oregon Trail Council Camperships has been announced as May 1, 2017 firm, with no exceptions. If applying for a Council Campership, print and fill out the form (www.otcbsa.org, click on camps, click on Campership Application) and bring it to a troop meeting for troop leadership to sign and submit to the Council.

Scouts attending Summer Camp (and adults attending for more than 72 hours) must have an annual physical examination recorded on the scout form within twelve months of departure for camp. This year the Scout Service Center advises that low-cost physicals at the Service Center for Scouts will not be offered, so it is important to make a timely appointment for the examination with your provider. (We will advise if a troop doctor is available for youth exams.) Go to www.otcbsa.org, click on leaders, click on Official Boy Scout Forms, scroll down to print out the appropriate form. Please check with Cindy Davis or Sheridan Johnson at meetings if you have any medical exam questions or need to know the date of your Scout's last exam.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Mar 21 2017 - 3:26pm

Wednesday, March 22, 2017, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Semi-annual Patrol Elections for Patrol Leader, Assistant Patrol Leader, Quartermaster, and Scribe. Scout Skills taught by the Scouts. Final meeting to signup and additional details for the Spring Break Aviation Trip.

7:15 - 8:15 p.m. Parent Committee Meeting during the Troop Meeting

Wednesday, March 29 - 31, 2017, Spring Break Aviation Trip

Spring Break trip to tour The Future of Flight (World's largest building at Everett, Washington where the Boeing 787 and other aircraft are manufactured), to the Boeing Museum of Flight in South Seattle, and a stop at the 185,000 square foot Cabellas store and wildlife displays at Lacey, Washington. (Please note that the dates have been adjusted to accommodate the known adult volunteer drivers.)

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - No Troop Meeting during Spring Break

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Mar 13 2017 - 1:07pm

Wednesday, March 15, 2017, Wesley Church, Eugene

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Departure meeting for the Safari Campout. Demonstration of “what to bring” on a campout and camping lists. Patrol Meetings to plan menus for patrol cooking with Patrol Quartermasters. Discussion of semi-annual patrol elections on March 22nd. Organization of patrol gear and trailer load at the garage.

7:45 p.m. Venture Scout Breakout - 2018 Spring Break Trip to Florida Seabase

Friday, March 17, 2017, Lane Community College Center for Meeting & Learning, 4000 East 30th Avenue, Eugene

6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Annual Oregon Trail Council Silver Beaver Award Dinner. This year’s Silver Beaver honorees from around the Council include Dave Ragsdale of Troop 100. Troop 100 adults who plan to attend should RSVP to Tony Reyneke at treyneke53@gmail.com. Cost of the dinner is $25. per person with advance reservations; complimentary to prior troop Silver Beavers and their spouses per troop policy. Check payments can be left with Tony this Wednesday at the troop meeting and card reservations/payments can be made at http://www.otcbsa.org/calendar-1/silver. (The Silver Beaver Award is the highest award a Council may present to a volunteer for distinguished service to youth.)

March 18-19, 2017, Safari Campout to Mooney Scout Ranch and Wildlife Safari near Winston. The troop departs Wesley Church at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 18th with a staff guided tour on the Wildlife Safari Bus at 10:00 a.m. with a close encounter with the cheetahs. Lunch at noon in Village followed by a show involving the ambassador animals in the dome, leaving at 1:30 p.m. in the smaller open air vehicles for close encounters and feedings with the giraffes and staff feeding of the hippopotamus. Then its on to Mooney Scout Ranch for over night camping and patrol cooking with GPS under the new requirements on Sunday morning. Cost for Scouts for the tour and all close encounters is $29.50@ split 50/50 between the troop and scout activity accounts, complimentary to adult drivers, adult nondrivers at $39.95 for the full program. Patrol cooking costs to be equally split among the signed up patrol members by the patrol quartermasters.

The Trail Ahead

March 29-31, 2017, Spring Break trip to tour The Future of Flight (World's largest building at Everett, Washington where the Boeing 787 and other aircraft are manufactured), to the Boeing Museum of Flight in South Seattle, and a stop at the 185,000 square foot Cabellas store and wildlife displays at Lacey, Washington. (Please note that the dates have been adjusted to accommodate the known adult volunteer drivers.)

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