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Troop 376 News
Summer Camp 2015 - It is time to think about what merit badges you want to take at summer camp this year.  If you are a first year camper, no need to worry for our Troop first-year program has your merit badge schedule already planned to ensure a fulfilling and positive camp experience.   The following is a link to the Heart of America Council 2015 Summer Camp Program guide for the H. R. Bartle Scout Reservation.
Upcoming Events:
  • PLC Meeting (No Troop Meeting)Monday April 20th.
  • First Year Parent Meeting - Monday May 4th – Health and Welfare. 
  • Campout - Troop Canoe Trip - Friday May 8th--Sunday May 10th (Mother's Day weekend).
  • First Year Parent Meeting - Monday May 11th – Everything you need to know about summer camp. 
  • PLC Meeting (No Troop Meeting) - Monday May 11th.
  • Bartle Summer Camp - June 24--July 3rd, 2015.
  • Campout - Atchison, Kansas - July 11th weekend, grab your cowboy hat, details to follow.
Summer Camp - The Troop will be heading to Bartle third session, June 24 to July 3rd at Camp Sawmill, campsite Hawthorne.  Be sure to write down the camp and campsite name before you depart to camp.  You need to know these two details to be able to locate where you will be resting your head for 10 days.

Stay Informed - The Troop shares news and upcoming event information via Google Groups. All you need to participate is an active email address. To get on the distribution list, please email Troop Committee Chairman Jeff Watt at jeffwatt376@gmail.com

Google Groups postings can be viewed here

Troop Calendar of Meeting & Events - Troop 376 calendar of events is one of the tabs on this site (see table of contents on left).

To get involved, attend a monthly committee meeting and attend a regular weekly Troop meeting. To get involved with specific activities and / or committee sub-groups please contact Troop Committee chair Jeff Watt at jeffwatt376@gmail.com

Monthly Campouts - Troop 376 has a rich camping tradition. The troop camps each month in various locations around the area. Campouts are one to two nights in length. Scouts cook their own meals and organize and plan activities. A schedule of upcoming campouts typically appear on the Troop calendar. Permissions slips and full details for each month's campout are distributed via Google Groups. Questions regarding upcoming campouts can be directed to adult camp coordinator, Mike Greenwald and Clint Cook.

Memorial Day Weekend -Avenue of Flags Scout Event May 23, 24, & 25th.
Troop 376 Campout - Caving to Rockbridge State Park Columbia, Missouri Friday April 17th--Sunday April 19th.

Chad Giddings,
Sep 2, 2013, 8:42 AM