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Boy Scout Troop 44

Newsletter

 

July, 2003
Vol. 8 Issue 7


JUNE CAMPOUT REPORT: COOLING IT AT CAMP MOULTRIE

The June Campout was held at Camp Moultrie. While there 8 Scouts earned their FIRE and TOT'N Chips. Tenderfoot, Second and First class advancement items were taught and performed, & Fire building skills were tested. Special "Thank you's" to Adam Jones- acting SPL, & Greg Walsh- acting Quartermaster, also to Mr. Allan Rice, Mr. Pete Kordonis, Ray Maher, Bill Woolsey, and Jim Struble for their excellent leadership and informative instruction. The weather was Great, the swimming was fun and the water was warm enough for a great DUNKING. How big of a SPLASH does a Scoutmaster make?

JULY PROGRAM

The program Theme for June will be Health Care. The Tiger Patrol is the program patrol for the month. The Osprey Patrol is the service patrol of the month, responsible for helping set up meetings and cleaning up after the meeting.

JULY CAMPOUT: SUMMER CAMP AT CAMP HONONWAH
JULY 6-12

Summer Camp: Mr. Rice will have the troop trailer At St. James Episcopal Church @ 12:30 PM July 6th to load Troop Gear. He will depart at 1:pm for Camp. Parents are reminded that they will be responsible for arranging their scouts transportation to and from Camp Hononwah. All Scouts should arrive at Camp Hononwah by 1:30 PM on July 6th. Scouts should be in Class "A" uniforms (without neckerchiefs) with their swim suits worn underneath, since a swim test will be taken during initial check-in. Parents night will be on Wednesday. If you are coming out on Wednesday, plan on arriving by 5:30 PM for the flag ceremony. Dinner will follow at 6:oo PM in the dining hall or you can bring a picnic dinner for your family and Scout. Departure from Camp will be Saturday, July 12th at 9:00 AM. Please be prompt!

JULY 14: PATROL LEADERS COUNCIL AND TROOP COMMITTEE MEETING

All Patrol Leaders, Assistant Patrol Leaders, along with the Troop Junior Leaders will hold a Patrol Leaders Council on the Monday following the campout. The Troop committee will convene at 7: 30 PM, the same evening. All Committee members are reminded to attend.

Saturday July 19th; 10 AM Troop Boat Clean-up

Scouts who volunteered to help clean up the Troop boat should come to Mr. Fairey's house (821 Robert E. Lee Blvd.) between 10 AM to 12 noon, on Saturday July 19th. Wear clothes that can get dirty and wet.

July 27th: COASTAL CAROLINA COUNCIL PROGRAM PREVIEW CONFERENCE

All Adult leaders are welcomed to attend the Program Preview Conference to be held at the Elks Lodge (1113 Sam Rittenburg Blvd.) from 3-4:30 PM on July 27, 2003. This event kicks off the new Scouting year, as information on the 2003-2004 program will be available. Troop Program Planning packets will be available, as will Council Calendars and information on all of the planned events for the 2003-2004 year.

July 28th Board of Reviews

Please remember that Board of Reviews will be held during the Troop meeting on July 28th. Please let Mr. Rice know if you need to schedule a BOR.

ANNUAL PLANNING SESSION

The Annual Troop Planning Session is August 8,9th. This is a 6PM Friday till 12 noon Saturday sleep over at St. James Episcopal Church. All Patrol officers and Troop Officers are encouraged to attend. Scouts are reminded that each patrol will get to pick a camp-out so each patrol needs to discuss ahead of time their preferences and have at least two choices. The adult leaders will also get to propose one. Troop 44 leadership will vote on the Council Camporalls along with 3 additional camps. Summer camp will need to be chosen also. So bring all ideas and have a voice in your activities. Good planning makes for a strong camping and activity calendar.


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