Tonight is the Fright Night at Stacy.They are looking for high-school age volunteers to help monitor the event. It will run from 6 to 8 PM. If you can go and help, I’m sure they would appreciate it.
Also, Richardson’s Farm is Nov. 12-13. More details to come on that as they come in.
Scouting for food is coming up quick, as well. I will post when I get a decent amount of information.
The weather is quite bad on Mt Washington, so instead we will be climbing Mt. Moosilauke. Other than that, everything is the same (departure time, etc.)
Make sure to bring warm clothes! It is very important. Gloves hats, jackets, etc. You really don’t want to get frostbite.
Patrick DeFronzo, signing off
Welcome back, everyone. School and scouting are starting back up, and Troop 18 has a few events planned for this September.
First is a Court of Honor. The first of the year will be the thirteenth of September. Make sure you are in full scout uniform so you look nice while getting your merit badges.
Second is a recruitment opportunity, because we need more scouts, if you hadn’t noticed. So, we will be going to the Milford Youth Center on September 19th, from 7 to 9 PM, during a community event there. We will have a troop table, and be showing off some scouting activities. If you can come, mark your calendar
Our trip this month is a Mt. Washington/Lonesome Lake hike on the weekend of the 24th. Make sure Mr. Reimonn knows you are going. I hope to see many of you there.
Here’s to a great year,
Hey there scouts and families,
If you need some guidance packing for Squanto, you can get a pretty good checklist:
If you are going to Eagle Week, you can also use this link as an outline:
Obviously, you can bring items that are not on the list and are allowed (there is a list of prohibited items at the bottom of the Eagle Week checklist), but I would recommend using these while packing to make sure you have the essentials for camp. Also, do not forget money for troop photos or materials you need for a merit badge course! If you bring extra cash, an adult will keep it safe for you at the campsite until you need it, so make sure to drop your money off with the leaders once you get to camp.
See you there,
We need to get to work on the gateway for this year’s trip to Squanto. This time the theme is movies, and at the meeting yesterday, we talked over what we want to have in the gateway. Now that is all set up, we actually need to make this stuff. If you can make it, there will be building sessions Saturday and Sunday, the 23rd and 24th of July. If you can make it, please come help, and wear clothes you wouldn’t mind ruining. Come to Ian’s house (15 Whitney St, Milford MA. Ian says the house numbers are all messed up, but we will probably be in the driveway anyway) anytime between 11 A.M. and 4 P.M . on the dates given. I sincerely hope to see you there, I will be sad if I don’t.
Yours in Friendship,
Here is a link to the merit badge choices for summer camp.
Please let Mr. Reimonn know your choices by July 1.
If you are interested in going on the bike trip, we are going to meet at the church at 8:30 in the morning on this Saturday. This won’t be overnight- we will do the route, eat, and be back around 2 PM on Saturday.
Additionally, next Tuesday is the court of honor. Make sure you wear full uniform.
Hello scouts and families,
Coming up this weekend is Memorial Day. Firstly, Saturday May 28 is the flagging of the graves. We will be meeting in the cemetery across from Plains Park at 9AM. Then, Monday May 30 is the Memorial Day parade. We will be meeting at Stop and Shop at 9:30-ish for the parade. Be aware- there are predicted thunderstorms Monday, but if they don’t hit, it will be 75 degrees and very humid. Be prepared.
Patrick DeFronzo, signing off
Hey everyone who checks the website,
If you are going to Squanto this year, make sure you get your medical forms in. DO NOT wait until the last minute to do this, because if they need to be updated, you will most likely not have time to schedule a physical. Plus, it’s just good practice to get things done early.
Thanks for your attention,
Here’s a photo of some of our scouts at the October Mountain shelter on the Appalachian Trail in the Berkshires.
Some scouts on the AT at the October Mountain shelter.