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MEDICAL FORMS

Please work on getting your medical forms for 2017 completed and turned in. He will need the original along with a copy of the medical insurance cards.

At a minimum, part A and B are required. If you are planning an outing over 72 hours, part C is needed.

See the information on the links tab for more information.

Mr. Foehner is collecting medical forms.

If you have questions, contact webmaster@troop538.com

Monday's meeting

Posted on Jan 19 2017 - 8:01pm

On Monday the Troop will host a dozen Webelo Scouts from local Cub Scout Packs - the Webelos boys are considering joining our Troop and are evaluating our Troop. Our Boy Scouts will be teaching the Webelo boys how to tie knots. Please have your boys refresh their memory on how to tie, and when to use, the basic knots on pages 384-386 in the Boy Scout Handbook. Specifically they should know the Two Half Hitches knot, the Taut-Line Hitch knot, the Clove Hitch knot and the Bowline Knot.

ScoutBook update

Posted on Jan 18 2017 - 9:32am

Scouts, if you have partial merit badges, it is up to you to request connection to your merit badge counselor. Contact your Scoutmaster or an assistant to be connected.

Training for adults

Posted on Jan 12 2017 - 10:46pm

All leaders are required (and all parents are encouraged) to take Youth Protection Training. For parents, it lets you know how the leaders are protecting your sons.

ScoutBook Messages (Important!)

Posted on Jan 4 2017 - 10:20pm

Just so everyone understands, when a scout sends a message from ScoutBook, the scout's email address is included in the email.

Recommendations for youth protection:

Okpik

Posted on Jan 4 2017 - 6:06pm

Hello scouts and parents, I would like you to come to the next meeting ready to discuss the okpik winter camping trip, we are targeting March 3-5.
- thanks, Aidan Parrish

Big Horn 2017

Posted on Dec 15 2016 - 10:44pm

For scouts wishing to learn leadership skills, please consider attending Big Horn. Big Horn is the local name for National Youth Leadership Training.

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