Thanksgiving Food Drive — 8am Nov. 22, 2014

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There has been a change of schedule and our service project (transporting donated food from WPC to food bank) will now go forward this Saturday beginning at 8:00 a.m.

We have also learned that there is a lot of food to transport.

Please let Mr. Owen know if you are able to help. Email Mr. Owen here

Please note we will be wearing class A’s for this project.

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Saul’s Eagle Project — December 6 & 7, 2014

Saul Project 2014We will be refurbishing a Food locker replacing Plywood & painting.

The project will take place at:

St.’Elizabeth’Parish
1879 N. Lake Ave
Altadena, CA 91001

 

Items to bring:

  • Work gloves
  • Clothes you don’t mind getting dirty

Hope to see you there on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 6 & 7!

Please Confirm: Saul cell# 626-354-2270

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Camp Cherry Valley — July 26 – Aug. 1, 2015

CherryValleyBanner2Located on legendary Santa Catalina Island, it is a ferry ride across the channel to a camp that dates to the 1920s. A picturesque cove with sandy beach, swimming area and

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Holcomb Valley Camp 2015

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July 12 – 18, 2015

The price is still only $405 per person; a deposit of $205 is due on or before October 27, 2014.  Balance due by Monday, January 26, 2015.

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Troop 4 Scouts Are So Money!

IMG_20140823_131253592Fifteen T4 Scouts earned their coin collecting merit badges on August 23 at the Golden State Coin Show held in the Arcadia Masonic Temple.   Walt Ostromecki, president of the American Numismatic Association regaled the workshop with fun facts about all forms of currency. Scouts were even shown real-time a rare double-headed Indian nickel worth $4 million! IMG_20140823_145135259They showed examples of “money” dating back to ancient times, as well as “canoe” money from the South Pacific.   The scouts enjoyed learning about how and where modern US money is minted and printed.  The scouts learned how collectible coins are rated.  Lastly the group toured the coin show.  A profitable time was had by all.

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Annual Planning Meeting Synopsis

IMGP5947On Saturday, August 16, we Scouts had a planning meeting held by our Senior Patrol Leader, Jake.

We met at Scout Master Emerson’s house. He was very kind for letting us have a planning meeting and party at his house. We planned out the events that would take place during Continue reading

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Black Canyon — Jan. 17-19, 2015

BlackCanyon copyScouts, don’t miss your chance to go canoeing in some of the most beautiful canyons in the West. We will canoe down the Colorado River, starting at the Hoover Dam. Along the route, we will see wildlife, hieroglyphs and parts of the river that only some are privileged enough to see.

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High Sierra Backpack 2014

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The T4 Boy Scouts and Scouters took about one week and covered 60 actual miles in six days. By most accounts, the crew considered this summer adventure as one of their all-time favorite.

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The Boys are Back from Their Camps!

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dscf1423-Edit-EditCampers of the High Sierra, Holcomb and Cherry Valley camps are home safe and full of adventurous stories.

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Boys Navigate Zion Narrows

Zion_NarrowsThe Zion Narrows Backpacking trip in Utah was unlike any backpacking trip I had ever been on. Six Scouts and 2 ASMs went. The windy 16 mile Virgin River served as the trail. Hiking over the slippery rocks in the knee deep to waist deep fast moving water proved to be fairly difficult. But the views and scenery inside the canyon were amazing! On either side of you there were vast 1,500 foot high Continue reading

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