As Pete Carmona mentioned in his newsletter, spring training for adults IS ON! Every scout deserves a trained leader. The training opportunities not only will help you to lead our scouts but also are a way to engage in self-development. See the information below on Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training, Woodbadge Leadership Training, and Wilderness First Aid.
When it comes to backpacking food, there are many options! The options available can fulfill a number of objectives as well. In this article, I have meal ideas, sources for recipes, and sources for obtaining food items.
On Monday, July 6th, Troop 84 took a 10 mile cycling ride together. It was a blast and everyone had a great deal of fun. A lot of the troop showed up for this event. Before the meeting took place, everyone had to check their bikes at home. Social Distancing policies were executed very nicely and it was a fun and organized first outdoor meeting. This bike ride completed one of the requirements from Cycling merit badge. There are some scouts who are planning on finishing the badge as well! All in all, it was a great meeting to have.
The results are in and we have a sufficient amount of interest to schedule a long-term summer camping program. The leaders of Troop 84 will plan and staff a program at Geneva Hills campground. We can offer the following merit badges but will need enough interest from scouts:
Below is a list of all the current COVID-19 health orders, guidelines, and recommendations from the CDC, Ohio Department of Health, BSA National, and Simon Kenton Council as well as statistics for the State of Ohio. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Marcus Wuebker, Assistant Scoutmaster - Outdoor Activities.