Last Sunday, a number of scouts sacrificed their mornings to volunteer with helping the crew teams from across New England set up. Instead of being in bed, they braved 4 hours out in the rain and wind.
June 13, 2015 Brownstone Park
161 Brownstone Avenue
Portland, Conn. 06480
**LEAVING Christ the King Sat 6/13 @ 8:30AM so get there a bit early. Returning to CTK that night at 7:30PM
- Eat Breakfast at home.
- Bring min $10 for lunch at the Snack Shack (extra $ if you want snacks/drinks thru out the day) or bring a bagged lunch/snacks and drinks.
- Bring a bagged dinner and drink for the ride home.
- Wear and bring sunscreen.
A reminder to check the Troop Calendar for info on Troop Events, Times and other important Details. New Items added…
Can and Bottle Drives:
2/28 Troop Wide 9am-12pm @ Tatnuck Post
4/25 Troop Wide Can and Bottle Drive AND Tatnuck Post Spring Clean Up 9am-12pm @ Tatnuck Post
5/15-5/17 @ Treasure Valley…details to follow
- The dinner is in the West Lodge. After passing thru the main gate you come down the main road approaching the Magee Center, you bear RIGHT on the dirt road and follow it for almost 2 miles, driving over the bridge and up the hill to the main parking area and then follow the lighted path to the West Lodge. We can have a sign at the Magee with an arrow pointing the way with a big TR37 on it. Since this is the weekend of the Spook-o-ree traffic is going to be heavy.
ANY Questions please let us know.
Here we go again! Off on another adventure!!
Attached is the Permission Slip for the Canoe trip. Print it out, fill it out and have $35 payment made on Wed 5/21.
*Due to the High Avventure nature of this trip you must be First Class or above to attend. You must have passed the recent required swim test at the greendale YMCA.
*There is a limited number of spots available, 19 Scouts and 7 Adults.
*The Troop will be canoeing on the White River and camping both nights at Silver Lake State Park in Barnard VT. There is canoeing and swimming on the lake if the boys still have energy after paddling.
*Gear list is a follows: standard camping list, plus: sunscreen, two baseball hats, two pair of sneakers/shoes/teva sandals, three sets of shirts, socks, underwear, and pants (just in case), a spare pair of glasses if needed, a croakie or other glasses retainer, rain jacket and maybe pants. Oh here’s one: a 1-2 foot square piece of foam or carpeting for kneeling in the canoe. This is for getting lower in the boats during rough water. Yes – and a pair of <cheap> sunglasses if desired.
*Eat a good dinner before departure on Friday night. Bring money for food on the ride home. The adult leaders are providing and cooking all other meals.
Questions can be addressed at the Troop meeting Wed 5/21 or email the troop directly.
TROOP 37 GENERALIZED PARENTAL PERMISSION canoe trip
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any details yet on where you are going? jack said boynton park?
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