Posts From August, 2011

Boating Safety Instruction Signup is now Closed 

Signup for boating safety instruction is now closed.

Posted by Wednesday, August 31, 2011 12:49 AM Categories: Training

Popcorn Sales 

We are encouraging everyone to sell $100 individually as well as work as many shifts as possible during the sales event.  As a reward for your hard work, not only will your scout receive credit in his scout account, but a contest will be run and prizes will be awarded based on sales volume and time spent.  For every $50 sold individually and for every shift worked during the sales event, a scout will receive a chance in a drawing for prizes.  Adults who participate in the sales event will also earn their scout another chance per each shift worked.

If you have committed to selling already – Thank you! 

Posted by Saturday, August 27, 2011 11:47 AM Categories: Fundraisers

Robotics Merit Badge Signup is now Closed 

The Robotics Merit Badge Signup is now closed. Mrs Bernick will be working with two groups of scouts during this round and will provide more information through this site and via email. See you all on September 15th and have a great time.

Posted by Saturday, August 27, 2011 8:44 AM Categories: Merit Badge

Protecting Gods Children Training 

Everyone working with youth (including youth outside of scouting) can benefit from this program. Note there are significantly more classes taught now than at crossover. 


Mon Aug 29    Tues Sept 20    Wed Oct 26   7PM





Course mandated by the Catholic Dioceses of New Jersey for their volunteers including all Scout leaders chartered by Catholic institutions.  This course meets requirements for 3 hours professional development credit for teachers and medical care personnel.

To view a list of all diocesan PGC classes and preregister please log onto, then select Registration/ View a list of Sessions/ Metuchen, NJ Diocese and then Immaculate Conception-Clinton(Annandale) so that adequate materials and set up can be arranged.  For persons required by the Catholic Church to take the course computer registration is mandated.  Note additional classes will be taught for a group of at least 6 persons upon request.

These programs are open to anyone interested in learning about child abuse and most particularly, child sexual abuse, in the United States.  The primary purpose is to arm Boy Scout volunteers with the knowledge necessary to keep children safe, to identify persons and practices that represent a threat to children, to understand legal obligations and pitfalls and to change caring adults’ behavior in ways that will make it more difficult for predators of children to succeed.  

The Protecting God’s Children program is restricted to adults who are defined as persons over 18 who have graduated from high school;  however some classes have a special teen leader section.  A teen’s parent must have taken the course, provide written permission for their teen to attend the course and discuss in advance with the instructor.

Attendees are asked to arrive on time and remain the entire class to receive credentials for attendance.  No children are permitted present. 

Although teaching both “Catholic” and “Boy Scout” courses the program material is aimed at all who honor a duty to God, family and community.  The trainer, Nora Burke Klippstein (, is a Boy Scout leader actively living an interfaith marriage.

The website is a valuable resource for anyone interested in keeping all children from age 0 to 18 safe.  Check it out for a course preview. 

Posted by Saturday, August 27, 2011 8:42 AM Categories: Training

Washington DC Trip Signup 

The troop will travel to Washington DC during the teacher convention long weekend on November 10, 2011. Signups for this trip are being done through handwritten paper signup available at the weekly troop meeting. An online signup was available briefly for this trip and names of scouts and adults that completed that signup online have been transferred to the paper document. There is no need to signup again.

Posted by Thursday, August 25, 2011 8:58 PM Categories: Winter Camping

Last Call for Boating Safety Training 

We need to get a final headcount to the boating school so that books may be ordered for participants. If you are planning to take this training visit the signup page to sign up for this training.

Posted by Thursday, August 25, 2011 4:29 PM Categories: Training

Website Scheduled Maintenance Windows 

Scheduled maintenance is performed on the site servers by the hosting company on Wednesdays between 9:00 PM and 3:00 AM. During this window the troop website may become unavilable while updates are performed.

Posted by Monday, August 22, 2011 11:40 PM Categories: Web Site

Canoeing on Tuesday August 23 

This Tuesday, August 23rd, there will be canoeing at spruce run. If you are interested meet at Mr. Smith's house at 5:30 pm.

Posted by David Schwab Sunday, August 21, 2011 10:03 AM Categories: Day Trips

Have Troop Photos to Share? 

Have you taken photos or videos of troop 191 scouts during scouting events? If you would like to share your media content for publication on the troop website just visit the Gallery Page and scroll to the bottom where you can submit your media. Your submission will be reviewed by adult leadership before posting to the live site.

Posted by Sunday, August 21, 2011 1:01 AM Categories: Web Site

Matts Eagle Project on Saturday August 20 

There will be a work day for Matts Eagle Project on Saturday August 20 from 9 AM - Noon. We will be laying more pavers. Pizza afterwards. Parents are welcome to attend. Raindate Sunday August 21 Noon - 3 PM.

Posted by Saturday, August 20, 2011 2:04 AM Categories: Eagle Project Service Hours
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