Last weekend, Troop 84 took part in our second movie making campout. Last years movies were hard to beat, but we all had a blast making some fun and interesting movies. Also, before the event started, the scouts earned an hour of service helping clean up after the open house for the preschool (plus free food). Saturday, we came up with ideas, recorded, and edited our movies all in one day.
During this Monday's Troop meeting (4/17) we will be having a parent meeting that all parents are requested to attend and is mandatory for all new parents. We will cover troop policies and proceedures. Much has evolved over the last year as we have grown so even if you are a veteran parent, you need to be at this meeting. We will also be discussing opportunities for you to get involved either with the committee or the scoutmaster core. Please be sure that at least one adult representative from each household is there for the meeting.
March 24-26 Troop 84 went to Geneva Hills. The patrols participated in a compass and map reading patrol competition, hanging on to your socks is important! The Pheonix Patrol was victorious by showing their compass skills. We were also joined by our two newest Scouts, Reid Miller and Ian Sattler. Welcome to the Troop! A great time was had by everyone!
Troop and Crew 84 went skiing February 11th through 12th. There was a camp out the day before they went skiing at the campout they learned how to build fires with Mr. Hunt. Once we got to the hills we all had a blast. There was a training course for some of the less experienced scouts.
This is a great meal with a southwestern flair that can be cooked in a Dutch oven over charcoal or a propane stove. If you wish, you can add sour cream, avocados, or other traditional toppings to final the dish for more flavor.