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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 Oct 8 2019 - 10:53am

Wednesday, October 9, 2019, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Special PLC Scout Program on the dangers of using and addiction to Drugs, Alcohol, and Smoking/Vaping. Bring your Scout Handbook if you have not yet completed Second Class requirement 7.c.

7:15 p.m. Parent Committee Meeting - PLC Proposed Troop Annual Plan

FRIDAY, October 11, 2019, Scout Service Center and Lane County Mental Health

12:45 p.m. Parking for the Colorado Game per the list and details at the website.

SATURDAY, October 12, 2019, Autzen Stadium Parking Lot

6:50 a.m. Parking lot cleanup per the list and details at the website.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

Saturday - Sunday, October 19-20, 2019, Beverly Beach State Park just north of Newport, Oregon
Coast Beach Campout and Beach Hike with an opportunity for surf fishing and kite flying. Scouts planning to surf cast for fish, are required to have an Oregon license, which is available at Bi-Mart or a similar location. Youth under age 12 are required to apply for the free license. Youth 12-17, are issed a youth license for $10. If added, the salmon/steelhead tag is an additional $5. A Social Security Number is required to obtain the license in either case.

REGISTRATION UPDATE!
Adults registered with the Boy Scouts of America should have received an email from BSA requesting their immediate action to print out, sign, and turn in to their unit an "Additional Disclosures & Background Check Authorization" form.

If you would like to continue your registration fro 2020, please bring this signed form to the next troop meeting and turn into Dave Ragsdale for the recharter. If you do not wish to continue your registration, please also advise Dave.

The Oregon Trail Council is requesting our recharter application by the first of November for 2020. Your attention to this matter will save time and effort for our volunteers. Thank you.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Sep 30 2019 - 1:14am

Wednesday, October 2, 2019, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Geocaching. Scouts who have GPS units they are familiar with, should bring them to the meeting. At the meeting Scouts who were on the Redwoods Trip will have an opportunity to complete the Geocaching Merit Badge (except requirement 7). In addition to this meeting, to earn a completion of this merit badge, Scouts must independently complete Requirement 7: "With your parent's permission, go to www.geocaching.com. Type in your zip code to locate public geocaches in your area. Share with your counselor the posted information about three (3) of those geocaches. Then pick one of the three and find the cache."

Signup begins for the Beach Campout to Beverly Baeach State Park, October 19-20, 2019.

Thursday, October 3, 2019, Church of Christ Eugene, 2424 Norkenzie Road, Eugene

6:30 p.m. Midway of Announcements, 7:00 p.m. General Session on Recharter Training, 7:15 p.m. Scouting Breakout on the Journey to Excellence and Scouting Unit Facebook Pages.

Saturday, October 5, 2019, Scout Service Center and Lane County Mental Health

10:45 a.m. Parking for the California Golden Bears Game per the list and details at the website.

Sunday, October 6, 2019, Aiutzen Stadium Parking Lot

6:50 a.m. Parking lot cleanup per the list and details at the website.

Sunday, October 6, 2019, Scout Service Center

5:30 p.m. Monthly PLC Meeting and Dinner to finalize the Annual Plan drafted at Rendezvous.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

Saturday - Sunday, October 19-20, 2019, Beverly Beach State Park
Just north of Newport, the Coast Beach Campout and Beach Hike will take place with opportunities for surf fishing and kite flying.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Sep 26 2019 - 11:12am

Wednesday, September 25, 2019, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - All Scouts are encouraged to bring an interested friend to this troop meeting and/or future meetings so they can experience Scouting for Boys at Troop 100. This week we will roll up and fold up of tents and tarps from Rendezvous with tent pitching and folding training by experienced Scouts for newer Scouts. Various Scout Requirements will be taught using the EDGE method by experienced Scouts. Scouts may request leader time to complete new Scout Rank Requirements as early as 6:00 p.m. Email rushhoag@comcast.net and bring a parent. New Scouts are encouraged to bring their Scout Handbooks to complete requirements offered this evening or record Tenderfoot exercise requirements, which may also be recorded by parents.

Congraulations to the new senior troop officers recently elected as well as the new patrol officers: SPL Robert Shidek, ASPL Orion VanBuskirk, ASPL QM Henry Shepard, and ASPL Scribe Dimitri Lilles.

Saturday, September 28, 2019, St.George Greek Orthodox Church, 202 Hill View Ln. #1, Eugene

9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. This Saturday September 28th we will be working on the Dimitri Lilles Eagle project. It will be at St.George Greek Orthodox Church, location is 202 Hill View Ln. #1 Eugene off of Coburg road out past Costco. We will start at 9:00am to about 12:30pm. All you will need to bring is gloves, we will have all the necessary tools there.
Thank you and see you there!

Saturday, September 28, 2019, Graduate Eugene (formerly Hilton Hotel), 66 East 6th Avenue, Eugene

5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Oregon Trail Council BSA Auction and Dinner - Tickets are $75.@ with sponsored tables available at various levels. Check for details at www.otcbsa.org or call Payton at the Scout Service Center (541-284-4382) for more information on supporting Scouting and its outdoor programs at this adult fundraising event, which includes a silent auction, social time, dinner, dessert dash, and live auction.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

Sunday, October 6, 2019, Scout Service Center, 5:30 p.m.
Monthly PLC Meeting and Dinner to finalize the Annual Plan drafted at Rendezvous.

Saturday - Sunday, October 19-20, 2019
Oregon Coast Beach Campout and Hike.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Sep 16 2019 - 3:02am

Wednesday, September 18, 2019, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - This will be the Rendezvous Departure Meeting. The troop has pre-registered a signup of 45 and will be at the back of the field in adjacent sites 35 and 36. A hardcopy of the Rendezvous Handbook will be provided to all junior leaders. The handbook can be read at www.otcbsa.org or printed out, where it is linked to the calendar and events. The PLC has elected to emphasize the Scout Uniform and First Class cooking and Camping Merit Badge advancement requirements at the troop campsite while at Rendezvous. (Patrol and individual participation in the Period Dress Contest (1820s - 1860s), Dutch Oven Cooking down in the Oxbow, and Patrol competition in the Mountain Man Contests is encouraged as always, but in the spirit of Rendezvous the PLC is giving each patrol the option of choosing which Rendezvous activities in which they would like to participate.)

  • The trailer will be loaded Wednesday evening after patrols have completed menu planning and organized their patrol boxes. Volunteers to assist with the Friday, 1:00 p.m. early departure from the troop garage and early equipment deposit at the site are requested. The trailer will return to the church for the 5:30 p.m. troop gathering in uniform and 6:00 p.m. departure
  • The troop will host a full Cracker Barrel on Friday evening after setup at the site. Scouts could eat before they go or bring a sack dinner, if this might be too long to wait. With patrol cooking, the troop will not be providing meals on Saturday or Sunday for adults or visitors. Adults signed up should plan to mentor and take meals with their son's, grandson's, or an assigned patrol. Parents signed up to go to Rendezvous should plan to be at the meeting Wednesday to participate as a mentor(s) to their Scout's patrol (or First Class Cooking Group from his patrol) as menu's are completed and patrol quartermasters agreed upon.
  • The PLC has designated Rendezvous as Patrol Cooking, which means each patrol will plan a menu by this Wednesday, September 18th and its Quartermaster will secure the food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday and for breakfast on Sunday for the Scouts and their adults who have signed up to attend Rendezvous as of September 18th. Quartermaster Families purchasing the food for a patrol (or First Cooking Groups from a patrol) will divide the cost among the signed up Scouts/adults and notify the families (by phone or email) in their patrol of the reimbursement amount to be collected at the church on Friday evening prior to departure at 6 p.m.
  • In the case of a patrol with one or more Scouts attempting First Class Cooking at Rendezvous, the patrol will divide into groups of not less than four Scouts and/or adults and the Scout attempting First Class Cooking will plan the menu with his group and do the shopping and reimbursement notification to his group. Likewise for the Camping Merit Badge requirement. Given the numbers of stoves and propane bottles in the troop inventory and the nukmbner of Scouts wanting to challenge First Class Cooking, up to two additional sites beyond the patrol sites for First Class Cooking will be set and in use at the central shelter.
  • Those attempting First Class Cooking will do so for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday. Those attempting Second Class Cooking will work off the menu at breakfast on Sunday.
  • Those attempting First Class cooking must turn in a copy of their menu to the Scoutmaster by the close of the meeting on Wednesday for approval and take home with them a copy of their menu for shopping and a list of the Scouts eating in their patrol or patrol group to notify in advance of the reimbursement amount to be brought to departure. Contact information is at the troop website.
  • The troop has just a bit of nonperishable and frozen foods in stock from the summer. Patrol Quartermasters and those acting as Quartermasters for First Class Cooking may make requests from what is in stock at the troop garage. Note well: The troop will provide supplies (cups, plates, bowls, plastic silverware, napkins, paper towels, foil, zip locks, matches, propane, etc.) to be drawn at Rendezvous from the central shelter.
  • After menu planning Wednesday evening, patrols will have an opportunity to organize their patrol boxes at the garage and fill out duty roosters. Special utensils for an odd menu item and Second Class Cooking can be loaded at that time. The troop will bring standard cook gear for all.
  • Troop 100 Patrols and or individual Scouts electing to compete in the optional dutch oven cooking contests in the Oxbow will have use of the large wagon from Camp Baker to haul dutch ovens, charcoal, utensils, food, etc. to and from the Oxbow on Saturday for the contests. Youth entries must cook a dessert. Each youth oven may be entered in the patrol contest toward the Mountain Man Award or the individual dutch oven cooking contest, but not both.
  • The trailer must be loaded Wednesday evening for an early departure on Friday afternoon from the church at 1 p.m. If junior leaders could stay a little late on Wednesday to help, that would be appreciated. If you are out of school on Friday afternoon or off, your help would be appreciated, youth or adult. Again, the trailer will return for the troop gathering at 5:30 p.m. on Friday and 6 p.m. departure with a second load. It would be helpful to have a couple of pickup trucks at the site on Sunday morning to help, so we don't have to make a double trip with the trailer on Sunday.
  • No wood fires or charcoal cooking will be allowed at the troop sites. All cooking must be on propane appliances. Any Dutch Oven cooking at the troop sites must be by the "stove top" method only without the use of charcoal. This is a Leave No Trace Event. Troops must bring their own water and dispose of trash, gray water, and grease. Menus that support Leave No Trace Principles are encouraged.
  • The troop will pay the $10. registration fee for all troop adults and Scouts attending with the troop who signup by the close of the meeting on Wednesday. The Council has waived the registration fee for adults serving on staff (DOCs, etc.) and will provide staff with a complimentary wrist band. Troop Wrist Bands will be distributed at departure Friday evening and left in an envelope at the Rendezvous Check In Booth for late arrivals and those arriving later in the weekend. (If you don't signup by Wednesday evening with the troop, please remember to bring $10. for your admission.)

Friday - Sunday, September 20-22, 2019 - Oregon Trail Council Annual Fall Rendezvous, Oxbow Bend
I-105 through Main Street onto the Bob Straub Parkway to the Jasper Road and Bob Straub Parkway Intersection, Enter through the yellow gates to the right off Jasper Road.

27th Annual OTC Fall Rendezvous at Oxbow Bend. Remember, an advance party will take the trailer out early at 1:00 p.m. for an equipment drop. Please advise Wednesday night if you can assist with the advance party. The trailer will return for the troop gathering 5:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. departure.

  • Meet at Wesley Church at 5:30 p.m. for a 6:00 p.m. departure in Scout uniform to begin site setup during daylight hours. (Uniforms will also be worn to flags on Saturday, unless you are wearing period dress.) The troop will pay registration fees for those who signup on the bulletin board by the troop room by the meeting on Wednesday, September 18th. (Directions from Eugene: I-105 east bound through Main Street onto Bob Straub Parkway. South on Straub Parkway two miles to intersection with Jasper Road. Right onto Jasper Road for about 75 feet and immediately turn left through the yellow double swinging gates. You will see a Rendezvous Sign with a backwards letter made by a Mountain Man; then follow the gravel road to the site.)
  • This is a themed Mountain Man event with all related activities. Take time to meet Scouts and Scouters from throughout the Oregon Trail Council and enjoy the Rendezvous Events: Trading Post, Apache Run, Friday Night Cracker Barrel, Black Powder Shooting, Dutch Oven Cooking, Shotgun, .22 shooting, Fort Webelos, BB Gun, Paintball Archery, Tomahawk Throwing, Period Dress Award, Lewis & Clark Exhibit, Archery, Mountain Man Encampment, Skinning, Geocaching, Candle Making, Travois Building, Flint Knapping, Branding Iron, Beading, Leatherwork, Hide Tanning, Forge Work, Saw Bucks, Flint and Steel, Bull Whip, and Bohemia Miners Gold Panning.
  • There will be competition for the Period Dress Award and for Dutch Oven Cooking down in the Oxbow - 12 noon - 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Adults - main course, Scouts - desserts. There will also be a Patrol Mountain Man Award of a $200. Scout Shop Gift Certificate to the one patrol that scores highest in these eight events: Hawk Throw, Flint & Steel, Archery, two man Bucksaw, Black Powder Shooting, Geocaching, Period Dress and Dutch Oven Cooking. Period Dress and Dutch Oven Cooking can also be done individually without participating in the other patrol competition events. Dutch Ovens, equipment, and ingredients must be carried from the troop sites to the Oxbow and later back to compete in the Dutch Oven Competition. Troop 100 has arranged for the wagon from Camp Baker to transport its dutch oven equipment and food. Detailed rules for all the competitions can be found at www.otcbsa.org, linked to the calendar and events. (All food for dutch oven competitions must be cooked on site down in the Oxbow. No ingredients may be cooked in advance and carried in a cooler to the Oxbow to be used in a dutch oven, per the competition rules.)

THE TRAIL AHEAD

Saturday, September 28, 2019, Graduate Eugene (formerly Hilton Hotel), 66 East 6th Avenue, Eugene
5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Oregon Trail Council BSA Auction and Dinner - Tickets are $75.@ with sponsored tables available at various levels. Check for details at www.otcbsa.org or call Payton at the Scout Service Center (541-284-4382) for more information on supporting Scouting and its outdoor programs at this adult fundraising event, which includes a silent auction, social time, dinner, dessert dash, and live auction.

Saturday - Sunday, October 19-20, 2019, Beverly Beach State Park (north of Newport)
Troop 100's October outdoor event is the popular coast trip to Beverly Beach State Park with crabbing on the afternoon of October 19th on Newport Bay, with two boats reserved.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Sep 10 2019 - 2:03am

Wednesday, September 11, 2019, Wesley Church, Troop Elections.

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Annual Troop Elections for SPL, ASPL, ASPL Troop Quartermaster, and ASPL Troop Scribe as well as for patrol officers - patrol leaders, assistant patrol leaders, patrol quartermasters, and patrol scribes. Scouts interested in running for troop offices should be prepared to speak to the troop. Troop offices are open to Life Scouts and above, unless additional candidates are needed to make a contested election, in which case eligibility can be extended to Star Scouts.

While ballots are counted, information will be presented from the Adult Leader's Roundtable on Rendezvous including the Mountain Man Award, Period Dress Contest (1820s - 1860s), and Dutch Oven Cooking Contest.

7:15 p.m. Parent Committee Meeting - Presentation of proposed Eagle Projects

Saturday, September 14, 2019, Rendezvous Grounds at Oxbow Bend

9 a.m. - 12 noon with lunch, Lash Rendezvous Shelter for Dutch Oven Cooks. (Game Day Parking assignments must be given priority)

Parking and Cleanup for the Montana Game.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

Wednesday, September 18, 2019, Wesley Church, 7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting
This will be the Rendezvous Departure Meeting. An Assistant Scoutmaster is needed for each patrol attending. A hardcopy of the Rendezvous Handbook will be provided to all junior leaders. The handbook can be read at www.otcbsa.org or printed out, where it is linked to the calendar and events.

Wearing period dress (1820s - 1860s) on Saturday, September 21st, during the Mountain Man Award contest is encouraged, but optional. Each patrol will need at least one Scout in period dress to be judged for that contest, which is part of the Mountain Man Award.

The PLC has designated Rendezvous as Patrol Cooking, which means each patrol will plan a menu by September 18th and its Quartermaster will secure the food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday and for breakfast on Sunday for the Scouts who have signed up to attend Rendezvous as of September 18th. Families purchasing the food will divide the cost among the signed up Scouts and notify the families (by phone or email) in their patrol of the reimbursement amount to be collected at the church on Friday evening prior to departure at 6 p.m.

In the case of a patrol with one or more Scouts attempting First Class Cooking at Rendezvous, the patrol will divide into groups of not less than four Scouts and the Scout attempting First Class Cooking will plan the menu with his group and do the shopping and reimbursement notification to his group. Likewise for the Camping Merit Badge requirement.

Those attempting First Class Cooking will do so for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday. Those attempting Second Class Cooking will work off the menu at breakfast on Sunday.

Those attempting First Class cooking must turn in a copy of their menu to the Scoutmaster by the close off the meeting on Wednesday for approval and take home with them a copy of their menu for shopping and a list of the Scouts eating in their patrol or patrol group to notify in advance of the reimbursement amount to be brought to departure. Contact information is at the troop website.

The troop has just a bit of nonperishable and frozen foods in stock from the summer. Patrol Quartermasters and those acting as Quartermasters for First Class Cooking make requests from what simian the troop garage. These foods will be provided at Rendezvous to the patrols groups requesting them, not at the garage Wednesday night. The troop will provide supplies (cups, plates, bowls, plastic silverware, napkins, paper towels, foil, zip locks, matches, propane, etc.) to be drawn at Rendezvous from the central shelter. There will be a separate cook for adults and visiting Webelos and their parents at a charge to be announced for troop adults after final shopping.

The troop will host a full Cracker Barrel on Friday evening after setup at the site. Scouts could eat before they go, if this might be too long to wait.

After menu planning Wednesday evening, patrols will have an opportunity to organize their patrol boxes at the garage and fill out duty roosters. Special utensils for an odd menu item and Second Class Cooking can be loaded at that time. The troop will bring standard cook gear for all.

Troop 100 Patrols and or individual Scouts electing to compete in the optional dutch oven cooking contests in the Oxbow will have use of the large wagon from Camp Baker to haul dutch ovens, charcoal, utensils, food, etc. to and from the Oxbow on Saturday for the contests. Youth entries must cook a dessert. Each youth oven may be entered in the patrol contest toward the Mountain Man Award or the individual dutch oven cooking contest, but not both.

The trailer must be loaded Wednesday evening for an early departure on Friday afternoon from the church at 1 p.m. If junior leaders could stay a little late on Wednesday to help, that would be appreciated. If you are out of school on Friday afternoon or off, your help would be appreciated, youth or adult. The trailer will return for the troop gathering at 5:30 p.m. on Friday and 6 p.m. departure with a second load. It would be helpful to have a couple of pickup trucks at the site on Sunday morning to help, so we don't have to make a double trip with the trailer on Sunday.

No wood fires or charcoal cooking will be allowed at the troop sites. All cooking must be on propane appliances. Any Dutch Oven cooking at the troop sites must be by the "stove top" method only without the use of charcoal. This is a Leave No Trace Event. Troops must bring their own water and dispose of trash, gray water, and grease. Menus that support Leave No Trace Principles are encouraged.

The troop will pay the $10. registration fee for all troop adults and Scouts attending with the troop who signup by the close of the meeting on Wednesday. The Council has waived the registration fee for adults serving on staff (DOCs, etc.) and will provide staff with a complimentary wrist band. Troop Wrist Bands will be distributed at departure Friday evening and left in an envelope at the Rendezvous Check In Booth for late arrivals and those arriving later in the weekend.

Friday - Sunday, September 20-22, 2019 - Oregon Trail Council Annual Fall Rendezvous, Oxbow Bend, I-105 through Main Street onto the Bob Straub Parkway to the Jasper Road and Bob Straub Parkway Intersection, Enter through the yellow gates off Jasper Road.

  • 27th Annual OTC Fall Rendezvous at Oxbow Bend. Meet at Wesley Church at 5:30 p.m. for a 6:00 p.m. departure in Scout uniform to begin site setup during daylight hours. (Uniforms will also be worn to flags on Saturday, unless you are wearing period dress.) The troop will pay registration fees for those who signup on the bulletin board by the troop room by the meeting on Wednesday, September 18th. (Directions from Eugene: I-105 east bound through Main Street onto Bob Straub Parkway. South on Straub Parkway two miles to intersection with Jasper Road. Right onto Jasper Road for about 75 feet and immediately turn left through the yellow double swinging gates. You will see a Rendezvous Sign with letters made by a Mountain Man; then follow the gravel road to the site.)
  • This is a themed Mountain Man event with all related activities. Take time to meet Scouts and Scouters from throughout the Oregon Trail Council and enjoy the Rendezvous Events: Trading Post, Apache Run, Friday Night Cracker Barrel, Black Powder Shooting, Dutch Oven Cooking, Shotgun, .22 shooting, Fort Webelos, BB Gun, Paintball Archery, Tomahawk Throwing, Period Dress Award, Lewis & Clark Exhibit, Archery, Mountain Man Encampment, Skinning, Geocaching, Candle Making, Travois Building, Flint Knapping, Branding Iron, Beading, Leatherwork, Hide Tanning, Forge Work, Saw Bucks, Flint and Steel, Bull Whip, and Bohemia Miners Gold Panning.
  • There will be competition for the Period Dress Award and for Dutch Oven Cooking down in the Oxbow - 12 noon - 4:30 p.m., Adults - main course, Scouts - desserts. There will also be a Patrol Mountain Man Award of a $200. Scout Shop Gift Certificate to the patrol that scores highest in these eight events: Hawk Throw, Flint & Steel, Archery, two man Bucksaw, Black Powder Shooting, Geocaching, Period Dress and Dutch Oven Cooking. Period Dress and Dutch Oven Cooking can be done individually without participating in the other patrol competition events. Dutch Ovens, equipment, and ingredients must be carried from the troop sites to the Oxbow and later back to compete in the Dutch Oven Competition. Troop 100 has arranged for the wagon from Camp Baker to transport its dutch oven equipment and food. Detailed rules for all the competitions can be found at www.otcbsa.org, linked to the calendar and events.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Sep 3 2019 - 11:46pm

Wednesday, September 4, 2019, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Patrol Breakouts to brain storm Annual Plan Ideas followed by an All Troop Annual Planning Idea Session.

This year's Rendezvous Event Leader's Guide will be explained followed by Patrol Meetings to begin Rendezvous Planning for the Mountain Man Events, Dutch Oven Cooking, and Period Dress Contests. Given that we have had upwards of 60 participants at the troop campsite in prior years, this year we are seeking at least one volunteer Assistant Scoutmaster to support and camp with each patrol at the troop campsite.

Thursday, September 5, 2019, Eugene Church of Christ, 2424 Norkenzie Road, Eugene

6:30 p.m. Cascade & Greenwood District Roundtable for adult leaders. This month's Roundtable will feature a Midway of Scouting handouts and ideas at 6:30 p.m., followed by a 7:00 p.m. General Session for all Scouters on the "big rock" topic of New Member Coordinators. The Scouting Breakout will be about 7:30 p.m. on Year Round Recruiting and establishing Pack relationships plus presentations from Rendezvous Staff to assist Troops to prepare for the Rendezvous competitions for the Mountain Man Award, Dutch Oven Cooking, and the Period Dress Contest. About 8:15 p.m. the evening will wind up with a mixer, dutch oven cracker barrel, and raffle drawing.

Saturday, September 7, 2019, Scout Service Center & Lane County Mental Health

10:15 a.m. Parking for the Nevada Game, per the signup and details posted at www.troop100eugene.com.

Sunday, September 8, 2019, Autzen Stadium

6:50 a.m. Cleanup for the Nevada Game over the signup and details posted at www.troop100eugene.com.

Sunday, September 8, 2019

5:30 p.m. Patrol Leader's Council Meeting (PLC). Rendezvous decisions and 2019 camping plans.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

Wednesday, September 11, 2019, Wesley Church
Troop Meeting - Troop Elections

Saturday, September 14, 2019 - Rendezvous Grounds at Oxbow Bend
9 a.m. - 12 noon with lunch, Lash Rendezvous Shelter for Dutch Oven Cooks. (Game Day Parking assignments must be given priority)

Saturday - Sunday, September 14-15, 2019
Parking and Cleanup for the Montana Game.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019, Wesley Church, 7:00 p.m.
Troop Meeting - Departure meeting for Rendezvous. (The troop pays the $10. Rendezvous Fee for those who signup for Rendezvous by the troop meeting on September 16th, so the troop can register, reserve a campsite, and receive the required wrist bands in advance.)

Friday - Sunday, September 20-22, 2019
Oregon Trail Council Annual Fall Rendezvous, Oxbow Bend, nearby between Springfield and Jasper.

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