The Tear-Drop Project for Richard Peck was a huge success, thanks to Mike Comer and so many other volunteers. The fund-raiser was held at the infield of the Santa Anita Race Track, which donated proceeds for one race to help Richard. There was a collection of vintage campers, gourmet food, live music and special events. But most important, was an outpouring of love and support for Richard and Nick. See more photos here.
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Field Training in Wilderness 1st Aid
Alan Halcon of www.dirttime.com, and course instructor, leads students of both Troop 4 and Troop 110 through the Wilderness First Aid class. Two Scouts participated as well as nine adults in the intensive, 16-hour course.
The group began with a 2-mile hike into the Arroyo Seco to Gould Mesa Campground. Along the way, Alan talked about and demonstrated Continue reading
See photos of the Ski Trip here.
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One Camp With Lots To Do!
Life Scout, Max Umland, is planning the program for this trip! Scouts – please see Max if you want to help plan or lead.
Scouts will body surf at the beach, ride their bikes around camp, hike in the local mountains, hang from Continue reading
Scouts prepare for the battle ahead
Troop 4 initiates Scouts as they learn new skills, work on advancements and get ready to compete with other Troops at the upcoming Camporee. Watch the video
One of our new Scout parents, Mark, found a deal on a sleeping bag that seems to fit the criteria for Troop 4 base campers as well as beginning backpackers.
The TETON Sports TrailHead +20 Ultralight Sleeping Bag is available online for around $75. Continue reading
Pinewood derby style event supercharged with compressed air.
Scouts design, build and race their own “BlastCar.”
Mr. Scott recounts great memories over the last two years as Scoutmaster. Scouts, parents, Assistant Scoutmasters and Committee members, honored Mr. Scott for humbly serving Troop 4 during it’s Centennial Year. Continue reading