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Monthly Archives: April 2019
Operation BBQ Relief – Service Project
Today Evan Umland and Ben Jennings accompanied by their Dads helped to feed the homeless at Union Rescue Mission downtown with Jarrid Collins. Jarrid (Jay) is a Veteran from US Army Special Forces will start his run across the country to help bring attention to homelessness and Veterans. Jay lost a leg serving his country in Iraq in 2014, now he wants give back to the community and inspire others.
406 Scouts – Best attendance in years
Fire building event run by Troop 4 senior Scouts under the leadership of ASPL Wulf Heinsen
Crispy Colonels and Vikings Patrol – Earned Scout Spirit Awards – The Crispy Colonels also got a 2nd place ribbon.
The Vikings, Chumbuckets and Goblin/Gorillas received participation ribbons.
ASPL Wulf Heinsen represented the Troop for the Campsite construction award.
Chilling at Coyote Ridge.
Monthly parent meetings start Monday April 8 at 7:30pm.
In order to better communicate and build a tighter community, the Troop leadership has decided to start a monthly parents’ meeting on the second Monday night of each month, during the troop meeting. This has been successful in other troops. The first meeting will be this Monday, April 8. We will start at 7:30 pm. We will discuss upcoming events, welcome and orient new parents, and enjoy getting to know each other better. Just as older scouts mentor younger ones, experienced scout parents can guide newer ones.
All current scout parents should do their best to attend each month. Remember, the more you are involved in your boys’ scouting experience, the better it will be. See you Monday!