Hello Troop 96 Scouts and Parents,
Meet at GP Memorial Church this Friday, October 14, 2016, by 4:30pm
Don’t forget your $10 food money!
Read the attached list
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We currently have 29 scouts signed up (Great!), including 15 scouts of the Scout/Tenderfoot/2nd Class ranks, working on skills in camp, and the 14 scouts (ranks 1st Class and above) working the trail crew.
We have 12 adults signed up to drive, and 10 staying in camp.
With 29 scouts signed up, we need 29 seats EACH WAY.
We currently have 27 seats (with one TBD car quantity) for Friday (meaning…SHORT 2 SEATS) and 24 seats (with one TBD car quantity) for Sunday (meaning…SHORT 5 SEATS).
Parents, as always, the best way to ensure your scout has a ride to camp is if YOU are behind the wheel. Please consider helping your son and his scout troop with driving.
PARENTS, YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO CAMP WITH US! It’s really not too bad. The scouts do ALL the work. Really. I wouldn’t lie.
***Winter camping gear rules apply.
Questions? Contact T.J. Malbouef
Scoutmaster, Troop 96 Boy Scouts
The Great Lakes FSC Rendezvous 2016 is scheduled for September 23-25 at Willow Metropark. Featured events: Ultimate Ninja Course, Foam Obstacle Course, Maze Runner, Scout Mudder, Noquet Warrior, Monkey Bridge, Inflatables, Shooting Sports and more. This will be the largest Scouting event in the state for the entire year!
Troop 96 has a good-sized group going and we expect it to be a lot of fun! Make sure you check out our packing list, pay your food money to your patrol “chef”, and get ready for a great weekend!
For more info, here’s the official link:
Hello T96 Summer Campers!If you are attending 2016 summer camp with Troop 96, run don’t walk, to Tent Day!
…or have someone drive you, if that makes more sense.)
Tent Day will take place on Saturday, 6/18/2015, at 9:00 AM. We will meet in the GPMC parking lot (16 Lake Shore, GPF). Pizza & pop will be provided (upon completion, unless we finish early. In that case the troop saves money and you can go home and mow the lawn).
An explanation for those who have not yet participated in Tent Day. We will take all of the Troop’s tents out and set them up in the parking lot. The goal is to check all tents to ensure that they have all of the parts; lightly clean them; identify tents that need repair and send them to the manufacturer; and to determine whether any tents should be replaced.
Scouts, who are going to summer camp and participate in Tent Day, can select and reserve a tent for summer camp. This is also a great time to choose your summer camp tent-mate!
What’s that you say? You have a conflict with baseball, lacrosse, badminton, curling and cannot attend Tent Day? Make contact with your tent buddy beforehand!
Please wear sunscreen
Arriving ‘having had’ breakfast
Uniforms are not required
Adult leaders and parents, please let me know if you will attend.
If your scout has not yet signed up for summer camp and would like to attend, please drop off the fee and MB worksheet to 283 Hillcrest by Friday.
On Saturday, May 21, Dr. Krieg(An Eagle Scout) of LakePointe Orthodontics, is happy to host the Dentistry Merit Badge for another year. It is on 22006 Greater Mack Ave, St. Clair Shores. All scouts who choose to sign up must arrive at around 8:30 am in their full uniforms. It ends around 12:00 pm-ish, and their will be pizza and arcade games. There is a $5 fee for the pizza lunch. If you have any questions, or want to sing up, contact Kurt Newman at email@example.com. For info on the Orthodontists office, go to http://www.lakepointeortho.com.
On April 15-17, we will be having a campout to Pioneer Scout Reservation, about 120 miles south. This is special, since this is also the place we will be having summer camp. It will be a tent campout, and we will be having the IRON CHEF cooking competition, so make sure to sign up! Contact Mr. Malbouef at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns. Happy Scouting!
If you haven’t signed up for the awesome campout and visit to the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo this weekend, you still have time, if you contact Mr. Malbouef ASAP and register! It is only $10 for food and the Troop is covering the cost of admission!
The Air Zoo is a great little museum, with flight simulators and great exhibits on the history of flight!
On October 3, several scouts from Troop 96 acted as greeters at the Grosse Pointe Historical Society’s Radio Hour. The entertainment included several local actors, who portrayed various characters in a “live radio” styled show, with a surprise visit by “Le Lutin”, a legendary monster from our local past. Kerrigan, Bryan, Tom, Mark, Angelo and Donovan all showed up on a chilly, rainy day, to support our community.