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Shawnee Mountain Ski Resort: February 9th to February 10th, 2019

posted Jan 14, 2019, 12:48 PM by Angela Goldberg   [ updated Jan 14, 2019, 2:08 PM ]

We are planning our annual overnight ski trip to Shawnee Mountain Ski Resort, PA from Saturday, February 9th until Sunday, February, 10th. The Troop will be hitting the slopes for two fun days of skiing, snowboarding or snow tubing.  Ski or snowboard lessons are also available for first time skiers or if you want a refresher. Price includes an overnight stay at the Shawnee Church Hostel, breakfast on Sunday morning, and one meal voucher good for either day at the resort. Family members and friends are allowed to participate to take advantage of our special group rates. Each person participating will be required to fill out a separate permission slip.

*Note:  Lift tickets are valid 3:00pm until close on Saturday and from Open until 5:00pm on Sunday.


 Prices are listed below:

  • $110.00 – Accommodations plus 2-Day All Area Lift Ticket AND Ski or Snowboard Rental

  • $ 85.00 – Accommodations plus 2-Day All Area Lift Ticket ONLY for Skiing, Snowboarding, OR Tubing (no equipment rental)

  • $ 60.00 – Accommodations only (for individuals that do not want to participate in any activities) Price includes breakfast and meal voucher.


Additional options listed below:

  • $ 13.00 – Helmet rental (All Scouts must wear a helmet when skiing/snowboarding in accordance with BSA rules.  You may rent a helmet or bring your own.)

  • $ 25.00 – 1½ Hour Group Lesson (Ski or Snowboard)

  • $ 30.00 – Snow Tubing – 2 Hour session (in addition to skiing/snowboarding)

  • $ 67.00– 2-Day All Area Lift Ticket (for family members not staying in our accommodations)

  • $ 50.00– Ski or snowboard rental (for family members not staying in our accommodations)


Scouts need to bring cash for any additional meals, snacks, or incidentals.

The Troop will be meeting at the Adelphia Firehouse on Saturday afternoon at 12:00pm for departure to Shawnee Mountain. All scouts attending must be accounted for at that time. For any other arrangements or changes, you must notify the scoutmaster in advance.

***Deadline for permission slips & fees: Thursday, January 24, 2019*** 




***IMPORTANT: All scouts and adults that will be participating in the Shawnee Mountain Ski Trip and will be renting equipment will need to access the link below in blue in order to access the Quick Rental system. This will enable you to preregister for your ski or snowboard equipment. Your equipment will be ready & waiting for you when our group arrives*MEMBERS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE A PARENT (OR GUARDIAN) REVIEW THIS RELEASE OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT. IN ALL CASES, THE PARENT (OR GUARDIAN) IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING THE AGREEMENT DECISION. 



URL: https://www.shawneemt.com/liability-release
Group ID: 920ov19

Member Password: 920member
Group ID expires on: Thursday, January 31, 2019 (11:59:59 PM)
Tech Support: (570) 421-7231 x:224 / 



If you have any questions regarding the trip or have problems registering for your equipment, please contact Mrs. Goldberg at 732-618-1900.


Please click on link below to download and print permission slips.

Pack 150 Pinewood Derby (1/12/19)

posted Jan 4, 2019, 5:28 PM by Jim Stringer

Pack 150 will be having their Pinewood Derby on Saturday (1/12/19) at Memorial Elementary school (485 Adelphia Rd). The troop will be asked to do the flag ceremony for the opening ceremony at 9:30AM. If anyone could be there at 8:30 for setup, that would be appreciated as well.

Orienteering at Quail Hill (1/6/2019)

posted Jan 4, 2019, 5:10 PM by Jim Stringer

One of the requirements for the rank of First Class is to complete a one mile orienteering course. Quail Hill has an orienteering course that we can use to fulfill this requirement. We will be meeting at Quail Hill this Sunday (1/6/19) at noon to take advantage of a 50 degree sunny Sunday afternoon. This should only take 1-2 hours.

Caroling Service Project 2018

posted Dec 8, 2018, 9:22 AM by Dan Harasty   [ updated Dec 10, 2018, 9:38 AM by Angela Goldberg ]

Bringing Holiday Cheer to the Community

For many years, Troop 150 has spread some holiday cheer by performing carols at at a care/rehab facility in Freehold.  Most patients there are receiving long term residential care for various disabilities. 

Note that this is much more about SERVICE than it is about musicianship... believe it or not, it doesn't matter if you can sing!  Just come, be cheery, and even have fun.  We usually tell corny jokes between songs so please find a few holiday riddles or think of a short holiday joke.  Also: we'll bring song sheets, in case you don't remember the second verse to Jingle Bells... (who does, right?)
  • Time:
    • Date: Thursday, December 13, 2018
    • Time: Meet at 6:30pm.  
    • We'll be performing 6:45pm -- 7:30pm.
    • If you arrive late, let the guard know you are with the scouts who are performing in each floor's "day room".
  • Who: 
    • All active and alumni Troop 150 scouts.
    • Their family members (parents and siblings)
    • Webelos scouts considering Troop 150 and their parents.
  • Where:
    • Allaire Rehab and Nursing facility (formerly the John L Montgomery Care Center)
    • 115 Dutch Lane Road, Freehold, NJ, Freehold (map).
    • Meet in first floor lobby.
  • Wear:  
    • Scouts: wear your Class A uniforms.  
    • You can add a bit of holiday whimsy, if you'd like (such as a Santa hat, holiday scarf, antlers, etc.)
    • Family: wear something festive.  Suggestion to wear red, as it is the troop secondary color and in the holiday spirit.
  • We are asking each family to donate at least one pair of new holiday or festive socks that we hand out to the residents every year. We usually have about 20 residents attend this event. We give any leftovers to the center for those that are unable to attend.

Danny Goldberg's Eagle Project

posted Dec 7, 2018, 6:04 PM by Jim Stringer

Danny's Eagle project will be this Saturday (12/8) at Mr. Meier's house (56 Adelphia Road in Farmingdale) beginning at 10:30 AM. When arriving, please pull onto the grass on the side of the driveway in order to keep the driveway clear, On Saturday, we will be building 4 wood duck nesting boxes.

The project will continue on Sunday (12/9) at 10 AM meeting initially at Mr Meier's house before bringing the duck nesting boxes to Soldier Memorial park (793 Lakewood Farmingdale Rd, in Howell). This part of the project will be outside, so dress appropriately. 

No euipment/special gear is needed as gloves and goggles will be provided.

Jack DiGirolamo's Eagle Project

posted Nov 27, 2018, 7:08 PM by Jim Stringer

Jack DiGirolamo's agle project will be this Saturday (12/1) at Ardena Baptist Church  at 593 Adelphia Rd in Freehold. Saturday will be the only day for the project as the prep work has been dne in advance.

11/8 Troop Meeting and camping trip cancelled

posted Nov 7, 2018, 6:52 PM by Jim Stringer

Due to low turnout, the camping trip for theis weekend has been cancelled.  The main purpose of tomorrow's troop meeting was to plan for the camping trip, so the troop meeting is cancelled as well.

Citta Scout Reservation, Barnegat, NJ - November 9 - 11, 2018

posted Nov 1, 2018, 6:48 PM by Jim Stringer

We are planning a camping trip to Citta Scout Reservation (229 Brookville Rd, Barnegat NJ) for the weekend of November 9 - 11, 2018. The cost for scouts will be $25. The cost for adults that are driving will be waived. The scouts will be tent camping and will need to bring sleeping bags and personal gear. They can bring their own tents, or they can be supplied by the Troop.

The Troop will be meeting at the Adelphia Firehouse at 5:30 PM for departure. All scouts attending must be accounted for at that time. For any other arrangements or changes, you must notify the scoutmaster in advance.

***Deadline for permission slips & fees is Thursday, November 8, 2018***  Also, dues must be paid up to date in order to participate.

If you have any questions please contact Mr. Stringer at (732) 995-6858.

Please click on link below to download and print permission slips.

Advancement Records

posted Oct 19, 2018, 7:09 AM by Alex Karn

Following the Court of Honor on 10/25/18, Mr. Jim Stringer will be taking over the advancement records. All Scouts should bring their Handbooks to Troop meetings so that Mr. Stringer can enter your advancements into the computer. The were some rank advancements that were accomplished at the Bass River campout. Don't let these advancements sit around in your Handbook. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to seek out Mr. Stringer to get your advancements into the system, so that you can receive your awards at the next Court of Honor.

Court of Honor 10/25/18

posted Oct 19, 2018, 6:58 AM by Alex Karn

Attention Scouts and Parents: Troop 150 will be holding the Fall Court of Honor on 10/25/18 at 7PM at the Firehouse.
Scouts: Please wear your Class A uniform with neckerchief and merit badge sash.
Parents: Please attend to see your Scout's accomplishments.

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