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Cooking Merit Badge Councelor will be at the 2/1 Meeting

If you need to speak with Mrs. King about anything related to Cooking Merit Badge, she will be at the Feb. 1st meeting. Be sure to bring all of your papers and please send Mrs. King a message ahead of the meeting so she knows how many scouts she will need to make time for. You can find her contact info on the Full Roster Page.

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Merit Badge Super Saturday registration starts tonight at 8pm

Merit Badge Super Saturday is a great way to earn a lot of the hard to get Merit Badges. Sessions fill up almost immediately, so you should sign up as soon as you can.

If there is enough interest, we can see about arranging a car pool.

You can see a full list of the sessions offered and register at this site:

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Sign up for the Pancake Breakfast/Scout Sunday - 2/7


The pancake breakfast fund raiser is back this year! And just like last year, we need volunteers to sign up to help support the troop. Please follow this link to a sign-up genius page for items we need donated to the troop. Some are food items, others are kitchen utensils and supplies. Be sure to have your name clearly marked on any item you wish to have returned. We appreciate all the help you can give to the troop for our fund raising efforts.


Also, please sign up on our web site to let us know you are coming to help. Our scouts will also be acting as ushers and will read a short passage for the church service. Please join us in supporting our troop and the church that makes our troop possible.

Winter Cabin Campout

Winter Cabin Cleaning

     On January 8-10th, Troop 84 went to Camp Falling Rock for some cabin camping.  We all had a great time cooking, playing games, and breaking the ice, literaly, with sticks. We had a patrol competition, using our Scouting skills.  The grubmasters made tasty meals, and we had a great night sleep, after a game of Grog. In the end we had our first campout in the last year where it didn't rain in the snowed!  We all had a great campout and even though a few of us we fell into the lake a couple times, our spirits weren't dampened!

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O.A. Elections

The Order of the Arrow elections will be on February 1st. Some of you may be able to be voted in by your fellow scouts. The requirements are:

  • Be at least 1st class
  • Have 15 nights of camping and one of those trips must be a resident camp so you need to stay for at least 6 nights so summer camp is needed
  • Most importantly live by the scout oath and law in your daily lives.

CURRENT OA MEMBERS! Be sure to wear your sash to this meeting!

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Troop 84 T-Shirts

Now that we have a great logo provided to us by Mrs. Jergens, we need to get some Class B shirts! Have a look at the picture and go to this poll to vote for your favorite color. Costs vary depending how many places we get the logo and how many shirts we order. If every scout and Adult leader get a shirt, we can do the logos as seen in the picture (Small Left Front and Large Back) the cost would be $18 plus $2 for 2XL or $3 for 3XL. For one location or the other the cost would be $13 plus $2 for 2XL or $3 for 3XL. Here is another poll to vote on logo placement/cost.

 If you tried to vote before and got an "Access Denied" error, please try again, that issue has been resolved.

Feel free to leave a comment below.

Climbing Event

     On November 13, most of Troop 84 went to Vertical Adventures for an overnight rock wall extravaganza! For the first two hours, we climbed the rockwalls. Some were much more challenging then others. Some were straight while others were curved, twisted, and others went almost upside down! After we had to stop climbing, we started a game. THE ULTIMATE GAME OF RISK! It didn't even finish after the event was completely over and we left!

Moral of the story: if you play Risk, make sure you can finish!

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University of Scouting -01/23/2016

On Saturday, January 23rd, 2016, Simon Kenton Council will be holding their annual University of Scouting. This is a great opportunity for adult leaders to get trained. There are also training opportunities and merit badge classes (Emergency Preparedness for one) for scouts. Find more information at

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Parents should have all received email invitations to Once connected to, parents can invite their scouts to join and both parents and scouts can not only see the scout's progress, both ranks and merit badges, but can themselves check off achievements as the scouts complete them. Leaders will then approve any achievement recorded by the parents and/or scouts. Please connect as soon as you can and invite your scout!