Wednesday, August 5, 2015 3:11 PM
See the signups section for details and tickets
Saturday, November 29, 2014 10:07 AM
The Premiere Scouting Experience!
INFORMATION MEETING FOR BOTH PARENT AND CHILD
Thursday, December 11 at 7:30 PM (Hoppock)
We will have a special guest who will share with us his experiences at Philmont
To help prepare the troop for our trip during the summer of 2016
What will be discussed?
⦁ What is Philmont and why does it have the distinction of: “The premier scouting experience”
⦁ What opportunities, adventures, and experiences are there at Philmont
⦁ Cost and budget and payment plan options
⦁ Logistics of getting scouts to New Mexico
Why Philmont? Why High adventure?
⦁ The largest youth camp in the world
⦁ leaves lasting memories with youth and fosters development in character and leadership
⦁ It has been described as a life changing trip by almost every scout who has attended
⦁ Thirty-four staffed camps and 55 trail camps are operated at Philmont
⦁ Philmont is the BSA’s oldest and largest national high adventure base.
⦁ Over 137,000 acres of mountainous backcountry in northeastern New Mexico.
⦁ Altitude ranges from 6,000 to over 12,000 feet above sea level.
⦁ Backcountry programs include rock climbing, mountain biking, black-powder rifles, logging, horseback riding, mine tours, gold panning, search & rescue and many more.
⦁ Grow teamwork, leadership and outdoor skills
⦁ Philmont is home to the only know Tyrannosaurus Rex footprint in the world.
⦁ Philmont is still a working cattle ranch with rodeo champion wranglers on staff.
⦁ The Tooth of Time was a landmark on the Santa Fe Trail.
⦁ Kit Carson museum
Do not let your child miss out on a once in a lifetime experience!
Participants must be at least 14 years old by date of arrival at Philmont OR completed 8th grade and be at least 13 years old by time of arrival. Boy Scouts must be First Class Rank. First Aid, Camping, Cooking and Hiking or Backpacking merit badges are also recommended. All participants must meet Philmont's height/weight standards in order to trek in the backcountry. Active participation in 191 crew training & shakedown events is required.
If you have questions, please contact ASM Curley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, November 26, 2014 10:39 PM
WINTER COURT OF HONOR (COH) … Has been scheduled for Friday, February 6th, 2015 at the Thomas B. Conley School Multi-
Purpose Room starting at 6:45 PM (snow date TBD). This event will be catered. The scouts hosting the event will continue to solicit for some donations, but instead of everyone bringing something this time around, we will be asking for a
$25.00 fee per family. The scouts and their siblings will dine on pizza and parents will have a variety of
food trays to select from including salad, pasta and main dishes. Additional items for all will be a fruit
platter, veggie platter, chips, dessert and beverages. Food will be catered by Rosatta’s in Hampton.
This event will be posted on our Troop website starting in January of 2015 for sign-ups through PayPal.
It is important to RSVP if you are attending to ensure the correct food quantities are ordered. If you
have any questions or concerns, please contact the committee scribe directly.
Some Important Reminders!
Wednesday, November 26, 2014 10:32 PM
Hello Troop 191,
Here are some important reminders about the upcoming troop meetings:
- Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and we will not be having a meeting!
- On Thursday, December 18th, we will be having our Christmas Party! Please bring a Scout Related gift. It should be of a value of no more than 15 dollars!
- Also this meeting we will be hosting our Patrol leader elections!
- Thursday, December 25th is Christmas, and we will not be holding a meeting!
- Thursday, January 1st, there will be no meeting. Happy New Years!
Have a great holidays everyone!
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 8:09 PM
Monday, October 27, 2014 6:26 PM
Hi all, Here is the October plan in depth, for the most part
Monday, October 27, 2014 6:22 PM
Lots of stuff coming up! Scouts, Get involved!
Monday, October 27, 2014 6:22 PM
Bucks County Council, Hunterdon Arrowhead District
Bethlehem Township Troop 191
November 2014 E-Blast of Information – Edition 11
From Your Committee and Leadership Team
Important Dates to Remember Next 30+ Days, further details on these events can be found with a link to each event on the Troop 191 Newsletter attached or can be viewed on our website at www.troop191nj.org, sign-ups on-line for events:
October 28th … PLC Meeting, Municipal Building/Community Center, 6:30 PM
October 30th … Troop Halloween Party … See below for more information!
November … Date TBD, Bethlehem Township Road Clean Up
November 1st … Den Chief Training, Ewing NJ … See second page for details.
November 6th … Norwescap, 350 Marshall St., Phillipsburg … See how a food bank operates & work there 9-Noon.
November 6-7th … Teacher Convention … No Meeting Thursday, November 6th
November 8th-9th … Harriman Backpacking Trip … Harriman State Park … Sign-ups on-line.
November 7th-9th and November 14th-16th … National Youth Leadership Training, Yards Creek Scout Reservation …
2 Weekend Session. See your Scoutmaster, Mr. Leamy, if you are interested in attending. Sign-ups on Bucks County Website.
November 14th … All Events are online payment/registration only!!!!!!
November 14-16 … Webelos Crossover Campout, Ockanickon Scout Reservation
November 22nd … Army Football Scout Day at West Point, NY
November 22nd … Merit Badge Fair, Middlesex District, Crossroads North Middle School, Monmouth Junction, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.
February 6, 2015 … Court of Honor Dinner, Thomas B. Conley School, Multi-Purpose Room 6:45 PM Start.
February 14-16, 2015 … Adirondack Winter Adventure Weekend, Winnebago Scout Reservation, Rockaway, NJ
May 1-3, 2014 … Save the Date, Special Camping Weekend, More Details to Follow
Come out and see what it is!!!!
Monday, October 27, 2014 5:56 PM
This week, Thursday, October 28th, will be the first Boy Scout Troop 191 Halloween Party! The meeting will begin early, at 7:00 P.M.
Some Activities include:
- Ha ha, fooled ya, they're all a secret!
But here is the list of what you need to bring:
For entry, each scout must bring a bag of candy (small/cheap) and their patrol’s assigned item (below). Also, each patrol must bring at least (3) rolls of toilette paper (more is better). Patrol leaders should check with their patrols to make sure that items are brought with them to meeting.
Flaming Sharks and Cobras – Bring cups and drinks.
Black Dragons – Bring utensils, plates and napkins.
Lightning and Indian – Will bring desserts.
Stingray – Will bring chips and pretzels.
ALL PATROLS – Bring a box of donuts (full sized Entenmann’s or something similar).
FINALLY – Costumes are strongly encouraged. Many of the activities on the 30th involve costumes, so be prepared.! ANY QUESTIONS: Contact A.J. Williams
Lots of Fun!
Thursday, October 2, 2014 6:26 AM
This weekend, October 3-5, is the campout at Valley Crest. The address is 70
Valley Crest Road in Clinton, right off of route 31 across from the high
school. If you make a u-turn at Allerton road it is the road right before
the police station. We will meet there at 5:30 on Friday and there will be
the first flag raising ceremony at 6. Everybody, including family and
friends, are welcome to join us. No sign up is needed if you are only coming
to the ceremony. Scouts coming to the ceremony please wear your uniforms.
For the scouts signed up, we will meet at the SITE at 5:30 on Friday. Please
wear your Class A uniforms and bring your gear. I will need a few older
scouts and adults help load the trailer tonight with the cookboxes, tents,
etc. after the PLC. It is very important that if you are not signed up and
want to go, sign ups end tonight.
This will be a very exciting campout, we will go apple picking, and have
lots of good food! On Saturday, we will all take a trip to Mr. Loeffler's
memorial service. We will be wearing Class A uniforms to that. Even if you
are not going on the trip, please try to attend the service. We also need
more adults to come on this exciting trip.