Monthly Archives: December 2015

December 26th

Trailmen-

December 26th is going to be a busy day for a lot of our families.  Since we don’t want you to miss out on any hikes or major activities, here is what we have decided to do.  We will meet at the usual meeting time and place.  Depending on the weather and the number of folks that show up, we will work around the camp, play some games, do a bible study, have a fire, and/or marshmallows and hot chocolate.  There is no pressure to attend or not attend.  We do ask that if you attend, that you continue wear some form of hunters’ orange.

May God bless you and keep you safe during this Christmas season.  We will see you in the New Year.

Walk Worthy

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Meeting/work day

Greeting Trailmen-

With the weather remaining so nice, we decided that the Troop would clean up around the Craft Building and the training campsite.  Both of the areas are in need of a good raking and general clean up. The time spent will count as service hours as well as benefit the Troop.

Dads, if you have them, please provide your sons with rakes and work gloves.  If you are going to join us, we could also use loppers,  bow saws, and a couple of shovels for the adults to use.

Please remember that our new meeting times are 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm.  Also for safety sake, we are asking that everyone wear some form of hunters’ orange.

 

Walk Worthy

Reminder – Saturday Meetings

Hi all – just sending along a quick reminder that starting in December, we are moving our meetings from Thursday evening to Saturday afternoon (3:30 – 5:30). We’re doing this so that our boys will have some daylight available for outdoor activities.

This means that there is no meeting tonight (Thursday, December 3rd), but we will be meeting this Saturday, December 5th. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone then and there!!

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(Since it is hunting season, we would ask that you provide your sons with either hunters’ orange hats, jackets, or vests. Although there is no hunting at the Camp, we feel that this is good practice, and would be in everyone’s best interest. Safety First!)

Walk Worthy!
Steve