Civil War Muster

Please drop off your scout on Saturday between 6:30 and 7pm behind Frost School. Do not leave until he is checked in. Make sure is has had diner.
Pickup is on Sunday around 4pm
Packing list
  • Sleeping bag / pad /
  • Spending Cash
  • Sunblock (Spf 50+)
  • Camp Chair
  • Clothes
  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Class A /  Class B uniform
  • Water bottle with clip
  • Sunglasses
  • Rain Gear
  • Hat
  • Rootbeer bottle or mug
  • Mess kit / Silverware
  • Flashlight
  • Great Attitude ( Must act scoutlike at all times, always following scout law and oath

Time:

6:30pm Friday through 4pm Sunday
Place: Frost Elementary / Cascades Park

Summer Camp Leave and Return Info

Depart:

We are leaving from the church at 1pm on Saturday the 20th

 

Return:

Parents you will get a call on our return time. We hope to leave camp around 11am and we are stopping to eat on to eat on the way home. Someone will call you with the about time of return on that Saturday. My guess around 3-4pm.

 

 

Summer Camp Info

Cole Canoe Base
1356 Greenwood Rd
Alger, MI 48610

989-873-1516

We are camping in Deadwood Oaks

Packing List

● extra clothes (swimsuit and towels shorts, shirts, underwear, extra socks)

● mess kit

● sleeping bag and pad

● scout book

● water bottle

● hygiene kit (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant)

● medicines (must be in original bottle with specific instructions for dosage)

● pencil and pad

● camera or cell phone (optional)**

● bug spray (optional yet recommended)

● sunscreen (also optional yet recommended)

● rain gear

● camp chair

● day pack

● flashlights (extra batteries)

● coat and (or) sweatshirt

● water shoes (or cheap flip flops for showers)

● Scout Uniform (class A and B and hats as well)

● Basic first aid kit

● extra shoes (in case of rain)

● pillow (optional)

● sunglasses (optional)

● spending money (optional)

● envelope w/ stamps(optional)

● watch (optional)

● compass (optional)

 

Do not bring

● Fireworks

● Lighters

● Lasers of any kind

● Firearms

● gaming electronics**

Completed by Lucas Worden

June 2nd, 2015

Additional Notes :**Remember guys this is a campout, try to refrain from using electronics

inappropriately. Misuse of electronics will result in the loss of this item. Pictures only

COH & Summer Camp final details

WE ARE NOT MEETING AT THE CHURCH!!!!!
Troop 4312 Court of Honor
When: June 15, 6:30 pm
Where:  Cascades Park, the pavilion on the north side of the falls, near the band shell where the batting cages and putt-putt used to be. Off the corner of Brown and Randolph.
What to bring: A passing dish or your choice, something to drink (water, juice, pop), table service for your family.
Pizza will be provided by the Troop. Also bring softball equipment to play after dinner and awards.
We will also go over final details of summer camp.
Looking forward to seeing you all there.

Mr Conroy -Scoutmaster

Daniel Fowler’s Eagle Project

I need you help with my Eagle project.
When: June 13 and 14 9:00am – 4:00pm
Where: Grass Lake Middle School. 1000 Grass Lake Rd, Grass Lake 49240
What to bring: Water bottle, work gloves, shovels and tarps if you have them.
Lunch will be provided.
My project is to redo the landscaping at the entrance to the school.

 

Tyler’s Eagle COH

This is just a reminder of the details about the Eagle Scout Court of Honor for Tyler Earnst that you are all invited to.

 

It is this Sunday, May 17th, at 6:30 PM held in the Family Life Center of Cornerstone Christian Church.  The church is at 2395 W High Street, which is 2 blocks west of Cascades park.  (High Street ends on the east side of Cascades and picks back up off of Brown St on the west side.  You can also get to the church from Rowan Street off of Spring Arbor Road).

 

Scouts should be in Class A uniforms and there will be a designated seating area for Troop 312 scouts and adults in the front.  There will be many people at this event who do not know a great deal about scouting, so this is a good opportunity to show them what great scouts are like and what the program is about.

 

Have a blessed weekend,

 

-Mr. Earnst