|MINIMOC INSIDER February 5, 2012|
|Webelos Cub Scouts of Pack 46 Holden MA, a.k.a. - "The Eagle Patrol" - Visit Woodmeister Master Builders |
Scouts worked on a project required for the "Craftsman" activity pin and a shop tour. The guys had fun building a book holder that fits their Scout books perfectly. For some of these future craftsmen this was their second visit, several years ago they built a catapult, they still enjoy.
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Troop 306 Rutland Backpacking the Winter Heights up Mt. Cardigan, N.H.
Troop 306 has a strong year round hiking, backpacking and mountaineering program taught through proper progression to enable the Scouts to enjoy it while being safe, by being prepared correctly. The Scouts have been praised by Hut Caretakers and hikers alike for being properly outfitted and keeping accordance with good outdoor etiquette, they have been told that they are a credit to Scouting on numerous occasions. Way to go troop!
The troop camped at 3,000 ft in AMC High Cabin and Carter Notch Hut backpack ascending Carter Dome and Wildcat A mountains.
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THE EVENT: 2012
Hey Wood Badgers - It's almost KANTANKY time!
|Treasure Valley Alumni Association |
As we move forward into 2012 we have broken ground on our new camp entrance sign, which we promise will be a masterpiece that everyone can be proud of for decades to come. It will reflect not only our heritage and traditions built over the past 85 years but also point toward a vibrant future at Treasure Valley. Also in the works are display cases to be installed in West Lodge and Cub Day Camp building. These will house artifacts and memorabilia of TVSR for all to enjoy and learn from, which fulfills part of our mission to educate Scouts and Scouters about the history and traditions of our beloved camp! For more info click www.TVAA.org.
The Mohegan Council Service Center Store welcomes any Scouts wishing to weigh their pinewood derby cars. We purchased a scale for that purpose.
Scout Sunday, Blue and Gold, and Journey to Excellence patches should be pre-ordered. E-mail orders may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
THE SUMMIT: 2013
Troop 54 Scouter Herb Adams receives his 55 year service pin from Alison Specter, Director of Development.
|TRAVEL RECORD OF CREW E080711B |
Porter was up early fishing and getting hot water and coffee going. Bob joined him at 6:15 and the rest of the crew was up by 8:15. We had no luck using lures.
Bob and Stephen finished canoeing merit badge in the calm early morning water where Stephen did his solo canoeing and solo pivoting maneuvers.
We caught a couple more fish (bass) one we kept on a string to cook later (we released it live later) and one large one that got away before we could land it.
We did some more jumping from the ledge and Redbeard cooked us up some doughnuts using bannock for a mid-morning snack. We took down camp, ate a light lunch, and left for base at 1:05 PM.
We paddled west on Newfound Lake tapped the "good luck pole" on the way into Moose Lake and we were the first crew to arrive after 2:00 PM (which was the requested time). We arrived at 2:10 PM. We made our last and 27th portage 10r. up to the canoe yard.
Upon arriving we checked in our canoes and gear (which were all in good shape, no extra charges for damage) texted parents back home that we were back to base, and headed for the "Off Water Cabins" and the sauna/shower house.
We had dinner at 5:30 and after that spent time copying our route onto maps with the help of Redbeard. We also filled out evaluation forms (one for scouts and one for advisors). Next we went to the "Rendezvous" at 7:45. This was a campfire with a French Canadian theme with some great skits and songs by the staff and the Off Water crews like ours. Crew E110807A did the bandana/banana skit with Shane being the banana. We sang Charlie on the MTA with Ben singing lead and the rest of us helping with the chorus. It was well received and the rendezvous was a great closing activity for our time at Northern Tier. We gave Redbeard some gifts that included: a pirate flag signed by each of us, a couple of our Northern Tier Council strips, foot powder, a toothpick holder, and a contingent t-shirt. We also checked his pronunciation of bubbla, and reminded him that when you leave someplace you announce it by saying "Let's blow this clambake".
We closed the trading post/snack bar at 10 PM of course and headed back to our cabin which was called Fond Du Lac which is French for end of lake, a fitting name for the end of our trip.
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|Mohegan Council Scout Store - Everything You Need to Be Prepared! |
Location: Council Service Center, 19 Harvard Street, Worcester, MA - Free parking.
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri. - Open 8:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday: Open from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
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The Mohegan Council Scout store offers all of your scouting needs along with excellent customer service. We have a large variety of uniform parts and accessories. We also have awards and badges in stock for all your troop or packs needs. If we do not carry a particular item you are looking for feel free to let us know and we will special order it for you.
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TRIBUTE GIFTS RECEIVED 2012
In Memory of Fred and Shirley Aspinwall