Scouts, get ready for our annual cook off court of honor at the church, where you all will cook for your fellow scouts, leaders, and family members. You will get into teams of 3 with anybody in the troop, and you will divide up the work to create a main, side, and dessert dish. Parents and adult leaders will vote on who had the best main, side, and dessert, as well as the best team all around. The winners will receive yum yum cash money... Click "Read More" for more details
The fishing and canoeing campout is in 3 weeks. It will be August 5th-7th at Cohen Lake Srate Park. Sign up and complete this survey as soon as possible if interested. Sign up deadline will be July 26th.
We got to Falling Rock around 1:30 and met our troop guides. Then we got a couple of bins to take our gear to the campsite. This year, we were in the pines (the best spot). After we set up the tents, we got our wristbands. Then we went to do the swim check. After dinner, we went on the campwide tour. On Monday, after breakfast, we went to the merit badges we wanted to get and there was going to be the astronomy hike but they didn't end up doing it because it was too cloudy (read more)
Each patrol will compete over the next 6 months to see who can collect the most points. Patrol points are awarded by the senior patrol leader, his assistants, and adult leaders for things like winning patrol competitions, achieving a rank, earning a merit badge, camping nights, service hours, hiking miles, scout spirit and others.
57. Ethan Moore awarded Rubber Duckie Patrol 23pts for service hours.
When you are participating in outdoor activities that take you more than 1 hour away from medical care, wilderness first aid provides a significant difference in survival and effects of injuries! The Wilderness First Aid course provides an intensive 16 hours of training covering injury assessment, rescuer safety, bleeding, shock, orthopedic injuries, long-term patient care, and treatment with materials at hand during practice sessions!
This course is a requirement for units traveling to a BSA National High Adventure
*Participants must be 14 years of age or older, at the time of the course, in order to participate
All the voting is finally complete and here are the results and breakdown:
Summer Camp: 15 votes were in on day 5 of 8. Camp Birch, MVSR, and Camp Friedlander (2) were eliminated as they combined for only 2 votes. On day 7, the totals were Seven Ranges (4), Falling Rock (6), Beaumont (5), so Seven Ranges was eliminated. Finally, on the last day, Camp Falling Rock kept the lead 8-7 against Camp Beaumont.
Shirt Color: During the troop meeting we picked our favorite 3 base colors to be voted on. On day 5 the score was Atomic Blue (10), Royal Blue (0) and Neon Pink (9). Royal Blue was eliminated. When the poll ended Atomic Blue was beating Neon Pink 12-11.
This this breakfast is full of flavor! Chorizo, a Mexican sausage, is made from either pork or beef. It features flavors of cumin, oregano, thyme, cloves, and chilis. Chorizo is paired with eggs for a delicious combination. Definitely different than the typical sage breakfast sausage.
These buritos can also be served with avocado, sour cream, and cilantro.