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Dear Webelo II Parents and Leaders,

 Fall has arrived and it's time for TROOP 69's OPEN HOUSE.  Open House is a great opportunity for a child and parent to visit and find out more about our troop.  We hope you will consider Troop 69 as your scout embarks on the next phase of his scouting life!  Please take a look at the attachment for details.  Also, please forward to any other leader or parent of boys who are currently scouts or are seriously considering joining scouts.  

 If you'd like to attend, please contact us for a reservation and confirmation.  This is not a "drop-in" Open House.  

  • If you already have a reservation we are asking you to quickly provide us with a number of attendees.  
  • We have a terrific plan for both evenings and we will limit the number of scouts who attend each Open House so that we can give attention to everyone.  
  • For that reason also we respectfully ask that each scout attending only bring one parent.

 We hope to see you soon!  Please let me know if you have any questions - I am happy to help.

 Yours in Scouting,
 Dana Massey -  danamassey@gmail.com
Troop 69 Webelos Liaison

 

 

Troop 69 is a very active boy run scout troop comprised of an enthusiastic group of scouts and adults.

We are very proud of our advancement program, where dedicated adults work with scouts at all levels of advancement to help keep them on track to meet their goals.

Our troop offers:

  • A Boy led troop where members learn to lead in a safe environment
  • A strong advancement program
  • At least one outdoor activity each month
  • Summer camp
  • A high adventure summer activity for older scouts

 

Visit with Troop 69!

If you are looking for a troop to join we would love to talk with you about Troop 69.  Please contact our committee chair, Betty Lou Anderson at chairman@miltontroop69.org to setup your visit.

Troop 69 Members!

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Troop 69 Leaders!

TroopMaster on the web can be found at www.troopmasterweb.com/miltontroop69

Adult Volunteers!

Adult volunteers are always needed! Please contact Linda Postema, Volunteer Coordinator at Lynda.Postema@LibertyMutual.com you are looking for something to do.You may also refer to the "Adult Volunteer Tracking" in one of our FILES for a complete list of opportunities and contacts.

Sign-up for Malibu Grand Prix

Posted on Dec 4 2016 - 3:27pm

Hey Scouts -

Feeling the need for speed? Look no further than the December "campout". Registration is now open for our annual holiday activity (rather than an overnight campout) at Malibu Grand Prix.

Board of Review

Posted on Nov 9 2016 - 7:19am

A Board Of Review has been scheduled for Monday, November 14, at 6 pm.

NOTE: You must have successfully sat for a scoutmaster conference prior to any Board of Review.

Signup is open for Nov Campout: Gulf State Park, Nov 18-20

Posted on Nov 6 2016 - 5:40pm

Troop 69,

Good news! We have secured an alternate location for our November Beach Campout: We will camp at Gulf State Park near Gulf Shores, AL on November 18-20, 2016.

Wilderness First Aid and CPR Training

Posted on Oct 31 2016 - 9:03pm

If you are an adult planning to attend any of the high adventure trips next year (Seabase, Philmont, Maine), usually at least 1-2 adult advisers in each crew are required to have Basic Wilderness First Aid and Basic CPR training. (Note, there are also other trainings required, but most others can be completed online).

Troop 69 Popcorn Sales

Posted on Oct 24 2016 - 3:15pm

Goals: $150 per Scout / $200 family maximum for families with multiple Scouts* "Buyout" is equal to the goal per Scout $150 per Scout or $200 family maximium.

Mountain Biking, 22-mi Trail Ride / Sun Oct 30

Posted on Oct 21 2016 - 7:46am

Scouts and Adult Leaders! 

Who's interested in going mountain biking? We will be doing a 22-mile mountain biking trip at Allatoona Creek (https://www.mtbproject.com/directory/8011459/allatoona-creek) on Sunday October 30th. Those participating and completing the course will satisfy the 22-mile mountain biking track requirement for the Cycling Merit Badge. This is a great combination beginner / intermediate trail that is only about an hour away.

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