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Scoutmaster Minute

Posted on May 13 2018 - 12:45pm

"When your values are clear, your decision making is easy." Roy "Walt" Disney

Think about this simple phrase from the creator of Mickey Mouse. This guy built an entertainment empire on a cartoon character. His values shine through in all his movies, and those made after his death. Honesty wins, evil goes down to defeat, and people live happily ever after. You may think those are just fairy tale endings, but not really. What are the values showing in the films? Anything ring a bell? How about the Twelve Points of the Scout Law? These are good basic values on which to base your life. When you say the words, don’t just recite them, internalize them so that they become a part of you. This gives you a strength of character you would otherwise lack. Once you have made these values a part of you, you can face difficult decisions easily. If someone offers you drugs or alcohol, you can easily say no. It doesn’t matter if “everyone” is doing it, YOU are not everyone. You can make the right decision for YOU, regardless of what others may be doing. And it’s so simple. If you break something, own up to it immediately. Lying about it won’t help resolve the situation. I know that if your parents are like me, they appreciate a direct answer, and there is no punishment involved. When your values are strong, your whole life is easier. Think about it. 

Veterans Memorial Park - Monterey - Saturday Morning Flag Raising

Posted on May 13 2018 - 12:00pm

 

 

 

Renew/Get Your California Fire Permit

Posted on Jan 14 2018 - 6:19am

With the statt of the new year, it's time to renew your campfire permit which will be valid from the date issued until the end of the calendar year. Fire permits are required to have campfire or portable gas stoves on public lands so let's get ready for the camping season.

Medical Forms - Schedule Annual Check-ups

Posted on Jan 3 2018 - 10:53am

Per BSA Standards, we use the standard BSA Medical Form. This form is used for scouts and adults and is good for only one year. You are required to fill out sections A & B for short-term camping; summer camp and high adventure camping require sections A, B, & C. Participants must bring the appropriate, valid form, with them to campouts. Submit photocopies for each outing and keep the original at home. A check of this form is a mandatory part of check-in, no one may participate in any camp activity until their medical form is completed and turned in. To download the current version please go to the National website at http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_ABC.pdf

Update email and phone contact information

Posted on Jan 3 2018 - 10:53am

Parents & Scouts, Please review and update your contact information on the Troop website under "My Profile" in the left-hand menu.

At the least, you should list cell phone (with area code)and personal e-mail address in order to ensure you are recieving Troop and outing communcations. Thanks.

Summer Camp Dates

Posted on Nov 26 2017 - 10:36am

The troop will be attending two summer camps in 2018: (click read more below to see full posting)

Camp Emerald Bay, June 23 - 30, sign-ups are required by 12/31/17

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