Full payment is due at the 4/15 Troop meeting. Total due is $270.00. Please bring check made payable to BSA Troop 330 for the balance due. Adult Leader cost is $105.
BSA Health and Medical form is required no later than 5/20. Parts A, B, and C (physical Examination) are required. Per BSA guidelines, a physical is valid for 12 calendar months. So a physical done by 6/1/2013 would be valid to 6/30/2014.
If any questions, please contact Mr. Layeux.
Scouts, pack up your sleeping bags and mess kits! We’re going camping!
Fred C. Anderson Scout Camp
$24 which includes overnight fee, food and transportation
Saturday 4/26 – Sunday 4/27
We will be leaving from Chanhassen Elementary at 12:30 on Saturday. On Saturday afternoon after pitching the tents, we will be hiking and exploring the bluffs along the river. Saturday evening scouts will have the opportunity to earn the Firem’n Chit. The troop needs scouts certified in campfire safety in order to have campfires. Scouts should read the requirements before coming to camp. Scouts can also work on outdoor related advancement while completing adventure challenges. This event will count one night towards the Camping merit badge requirement. Sunday we will return to Chanhassen Elementary at 11:00. Skyelar S. and Nathan J. have volunteered to be the lead cooks for this event. Camp patrol leaders will be assigned once the registrations are complete. Please contact Mrs. O if you are interested.
**** Register by 4/16! Registration form will be available at the 4/15 Troop meeting ****
PLC meeting at Chanhassen Library from 7:00-8:00. Full uniform required. Required attendees:
The PLC is composed of the following members:
Please contact Mr. Layeux with questions
Radioactive Energy Camporee
Lake Minnetonka District Spring Camporee (see their website)
Big Lake, MN $47 which include two nights, activities, food and transportation
Friday May 2 – Sunday May 4
We will be leaving from Chanhassen Elementary at 6:00 on Friday to join troops and crews from the district for lots of fun. Scouts will have the possibility to work on one of several merit badges and take an interesting tour of a local energy facility. Bus tours are based on when we register. The boys will also have the chance to compete in troop competitions. Adults, if you are interested in becoming an Assistant Scoutmaster sometime in the future, you can complete the outdoor portion of training this weekend. It never expires and this is a great opportunity. If not, we still need another adult to stay over and drivers for each way. This event counts as two nights towards the Camping merit badge. We will return on Sunday at 11:00. Blake W. and Xander C. have volunteered to be the lead cooks for this event. Camp patrol leaders will be assigned once the registration is complete and we have our roster. Please contact Mrs. O if you are interested.
**** Register by 4/16! Contact a scoutmaster or sign up at Tuesday’s meeting. ****
Cooks, please come to this Tuesday’s meeting with a written plan for food and supplies. Thank you for your help!
Adults who will be driving or staying overnight need to be current with Youth Protection Training. It can be completed on-line. Please be sure to print the certificate at the end and turn in to Mr. Walker for the troop records.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. O.
Troop meeting at Living Christ Lutheran Church. Time 7:00 top 8:15. Troop Activity: Orienteering for SMORES. You will test your orienteering skills to find the SMORE ingredients. Bonfire to cook the SMORES. Full Uniform Event
Troop meeting at Chanhassen Elementary. Time from 7:00 top 8:15. Troop Activity: Achievement Night. Finish merit badges and complete Board of Reviews for rank advancement. Game: Capture the Flag run by Andrew Walker. Full Uniform Event.
Troop Meeting at Chanhassen Elementary. Time: 7:00 to 8:15. Troop Activity: Lashing Competition run by the Adult Leaders. Game: Kickball run by Carson
Congratulations to Avery Speed! He is Troop 330′s newest Eagle Scout!
Effective Oct. 1, 2013, the official stance on the Boy Scouts of America’s uniform policy is that shirts are to be worn tucked in, regardless of whether the wearer is a Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, Venturer or adult Scouter. All Sea Scout uniforms are designed to be tucked in except youth dress whites and youth dress blues.
In the past, guidelines have simply stated the uniform wearer should be “neat in appearance”. Neatness includes tucking in the shirt. This update will appear in related resources, such as the uniform inspection sheets, as they are revised and printed.
If your uniform shirt is too small on you to tuck in, go buy a new one! If you need assistance or have a question regarding uniform purchases please contact Mr. Speed.