On October 29th we will be having a Spoopy movie night where we show a spoopy movie and all wear costumes. If you want to you can bring snacks, a beverage, and something to lay on. But the most important part is the costumes! Make sure any costumes you wear are Scout appropriate.
See you there,
Owen Peterson, Webmaster
Hello it is Owen here and i would like to notify everyone of the new group text that I have started to try to improve troop communication. If I have not added you it may be because I don’t have your cell number. If you wish to be added or removed from the text feel free to call or text me at 320-582-0560
Have a good day,
The Court of Honor is on the 31th of January, next week. It is a lunch, not a supper, so it is at 1:00. Please come at 12:30 to get set up. The Owl Patrol Is bringing side dishes, Beastmode Patrol is bringing deserts, and the Plc, minus Apl’s are bringing main dishes.
The Pine Wood Derby is scheduled for June 21 at the Glencoe City Center. You Can Submit old cars, or you can get new ones at places like Ace Hardware or Menards. These cars don’t have to be offical.
Troop 352 Open Class Pinewood Derby Rules and Restrictions
- Cars must not cause damage to other cars or to the track.
- Car must not be made of of toxic waste or other hazardous materials. This includes lead.
- Maximum width and length: 2.75 and 7 inches respectively.
- Weight restriction: Must not buckle pinewood derby track.
- Must clear center guide rails – 1¾ inches wide and ⅜ inches high.
- Wheel base no less than four inches.
The first car submitted is free; If you wish to submit other cars, they shall be two dollars each.
This change is not a big one, but every third Sunday from now (Feb. 15) until the end of April we will be having Kevin train us on leadership. The meetings are still at 6:30 and at the same place. We will have three meetings in total for this special training.
The fun and exciting trip is on March 1st. Bring cash for what you want to do. You should also pack a lunch and supper ( You can also buy the supper, but it is very expensive.) You can also get concessions there too, so bring extra money.
So far we have eight scouts skiing and two tubing. If you would like to sign up then talk to your patrol leaders.
- Price: $12
- Leaving time: 11:00
- Driver: Kevin
- Price: $50 with the rental $25 without
- Meeting place: Glencoe city center
- Drivers: Mark and Paul
- Returning time: 8:00
- HELMET REQUIRED
The 2015 Merit Badge Madness is being held on the 14th of March. It is free to register, but it is $4.00 to buy a lunch there. Talk to Kevin about it by next Sunday ( Feb. 15). There are some very cool choices this year! We should be leaving by 6:15. You might want to bring some money, there might be concessions.
The winter camp at the Swift’s is going to be on Saturday the 31st through the 1st. It starts at 7:00, so be there a little early. You can be picked up at 7:30 on Sunday. If there is something you do not have or don’t know where to go, give the Swifts a call and we’ll try to work something out.
Stuff to Bring:
- 1 can of your favorite soup
- snow pants
- warm boots
- outer shell ( Winter Jacket)
- long johns
- warm layers
- Nalgene water bottle
- 0 degree sleeping bag
- wool socks
- NO mess kit
- flashlight or headlamp
- sleeping pad
- sleeping hat
COTTON IS ROTTEN, DON’T WEAR IT!
Check out the Northwind list on the links page for other ideas of what you may want to bring.
A time for the pre-camp swim test has been scheduled for Friday, June 20th @ 7:00 a.m. at the GSL High School Pool.
This testing is for cub scouts, boy scouts and adults who will be attending summer scout camp. The pre-camp swim test is not mandatory, but does simplify things on arrival to camp. If you cannot make this event, do not worry, we’ll get you through the testing at camp.
Please arrive between 7:00 and 7:30 and enter through the Field House entrance. Proceed left (east) into the high school until you come to the appropriate locker room on your right. Once in your swim suit you may enter the pool area from the locker room showers. We’ll be standing by to help you with the testing. Testing will be “first come, first served” and should take about 10 minutes. We’ll try to get you in and out as quickly as possible.