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Quail Hill Permission Slip

posted Nov 17, 2020, 11:33 AM by Jim Stringer

We will be camping this weekend (11/20 - 11/22) at Quail Hill. The cost for the trip is $35 which will cover meals and camping. The permission slip is attached below - please return it by this week's meeting (11/19). IMPORTANT - If you are going camping, you MUST show up at Thursday's troop meeting as we need to fill out a COVID-19 screening form. All boys will need to sleep in their own tent - the only exception is if they are sharing a tent with a family member.

Cranberry Road clean-up

posted Nov 3, 2020, 6:05 PM by Alex Karn

We will be doing another clean-up on Saturday November 9th at 9:00AM. We will meet on Remington Court at Cranberry Road (across from the golf course)

Info for Matt Laemmle Eagle project

posted Oct 31, 2020, 5:12 PM by Jim Stringer

For those looking for an additional guide to find the project site, here's a picture of the sign outside of the parking lot.

Jim Stringer

Matt Laemmle Eagle Project Info

posted Oct 22, 2020, 9:02 PM by Jim Stringer


   Matt Laemmle's Eagle Project will take place this Saturday and Sunday at 10AM (both days). Scouts should wear long sleeves and long pants and should bring mask, gloves, safety glasses and a water bottle if they can. Attached is a PDF indicating where Matt's Eagle project is as well as where people should park. People should be parking at the spot labeled 418 Rt 522 Parking (keep an eye out fr the Orange Subaru Crosstrek (My car).  Look forward to seeing you all out there.

Jim Stringer

Ockanickon Camping Permission Slip

posted Oct 13, 2020, 7:41 AM by Jim Stringer

We will be camping this weekend (10/16 - 10/18) at Camp Ockanickon. The cost for the trip is $25 which will cover meals. The permission slip is attached below - please return it by this week's meeting (10/15). IMPORTANT - please also bring Part A and B of the health form (also attached) - Parts A and B do NOT require a doctor visit.

Cranberry Road Clean-up

posted Oct 3, 2020, 3:53 PM by Alex Karn

We will be doing our first clean-up of Cranberry Road on Saturday 10/10/20. We will be meeting at 9AM at the Monmouth County Road Department yard at 383 Cranberry Road. We will be providing gloves, safety vests, and trash bags. Participants must wear masks.

Medical Forms/Camping

posted Oct 1, 2020, 6:56 AM by Alex Karn

We will need new (updated) Medical Forms from Scouts in order to go camping. Just Google "BSA medical forms" and you will be directed to the correct page. All we need for now is Part A, Part B1 and Part B2. These are filled out by the parents and no doctor visit is needed. Give the forms to Mr. Greg Karn. WE MUST HAVE THESE FORMS IN ORDER FOR YOUR SCOUT TO GO CAMPING. Thank you.

T-Shirts and Class B wear

posted Oct 1, 2020, 6:00 AM by Alex Karn

Tonight (10/1/2020) will be the deadline for payment for Class B shirts, etc. Go to "shirt shack" on this page, download the order form, fill out, and give to Mr. Greg Karn with payment.
IMPORTANT NOTE: We have tried without success to delete the old form. The correct order form has a silly cartoon of a walking coat hanger, and the name "Greg Karn" for payment. Please do not use the form that has "Ally Smith" for payment, as both the merchandise and the prices are no longer valid. Thank you   

Class B T-Shirts, etc.

posted Aug 28, 2020, 9:42 AM by Alex Karn

If you wish to order Class B T-Shirts or other gear, please go to "Scouting Resources" and click on "Shirt Shack", Print out the 2019 order form (prices are the same), fill it out, and bring payment to Mr. Karn at the next Troop meeting (tentatively 9/10/20). If you qualify for a free shirt, please fill out the form, and note "free" under payment. 

Upcoming Troop Meeting (for real)

posted Jul 29, 2020, 11:25 AM by Alex Karn

For those of you intending to attend the upcoming Troop meeting, just some reminders:

Masks or face coverings are to be worn.
Social distancing applies.
If you are in a high-risk group, you should consider not attending.
If you are experiencing any signs or symptoms of COVID19, you should not attend.
If you have tested positive for COVID19 or been exposed to someone who had tested positive, you should consult quarantine guidelines before attending.
If you have recently traveled to a "hot zone" state, you should consult quarantine guidelines before attending.
Any questions, please go on-line and read the "BSA re-start checklist."

Thank you and see you soon.

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