We meet at Blessed Sacrament in Warren, Ohio MAP
Mondays from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Troop 101 is selling Popcorn, and we are ready to take your order! If you live local, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org, and a scout will contact you with a catalog of
gourmet popcorn flavors.
If you live out of town, or would like to customize a 2 gallon or 3 gallon tin, order online at www.prpopcornstore.com. At checkout, enter Seller ID: 71017. If you
would like to credit a specific scout, forward your order confirmation to
email@example.com with the scout's name.
Thank you for supporting Troop 101!
C&O Canal Bike Trip & Gettysburg Tour
Oil Creek Backpacking Trip
Full Uniform – to wear down and back
Change of Clothes – to wear hiking the trail
Pack with frame and hip belt
Sleeping bag in stuff sack, attached to pack
Change of clothes – for the Sunday hike out
Tennis shoes – to wear once you get to the campsite
Poncho or rain gear
Light weight ground cloth
Jacket or sweatshirt
Waterproof case with matches
Partial roll of toilet paper
Plastic bags – different sizes
Small flashlight with fresh batteries
Plate, cup, silverware
Water bottle or two – filled before you leave
Soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, small towel and washcloth
Foot powder, bandaids, moleskin
2-Way Radios – Youth Leaders (optional)
Trail tents – to supplement Adirondack space
Trail stoves, filled with fuel
Spare fuel bottle
1 large pot, 1 medium pot, 1 small pot, 1 fry pan, 1 coffee pot2 large spoons, 1 ladle, 1 hot pot tong, 1 spatula,Dish soap
Paper towels or dry bag
Green Scrub pad
Crew first aid kit
Extra water jugs filled in truck, if water turned off at sites.
Wear your costume, but remember this is an outdoor event, so costume accordingly.
EXTRA CLOTHING - Jeans, T-shirts, whatever. Scouts wear this for the balance of the campout. Bring enough in case it gets wet or muddy.
CHANGES OF UNDERWEAR AND SOCKS - Always bring plenty of socks!
FOOTWEAR - Insulated boots for winter; hiking boots for normal wear, tennis shoes to run around in if the weather is good.
COATS, HATS, SWEATSHIRTS, GLOVES - Depending on the weather.
LONG UNDERWEAR - A must for winter and early spring camps.
BACKPACK - On a frame, preferably with a hip belt. See the Eagle's Wings group for the best suggestions.
SLEEPING BAG -This is a critical item. Boys need to sleep warm. If bag is not warm enough, don't hesitate to send an extra blanket or two. Even if your bag comes in its own nylon stuff sack, put it in a plastic garbage bag before you fasten it to the pack. Wet sleeping bags are no fun.
PLASTIC GROUND SHEET - Min. 4' x 7 Even though our tents have floors this extra protection helps.
FLASHLIGHT - with fresh batteries
POCKETKNIFE - The BSA pocketknife is best. A lock blade standard knife is also good. The BSA does not permit sheath knives, spring blades, or blades over 5 inches.
MESS KIT - containing plate, bowl, cup, spoon, knife, fork
TOILET KIT - containing soap, comb, washcloth, towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant
INSECT REPELLANT - Summer item. Mosquitoes love Boy Scouts!
MATCHES - wooden in a waterproof container. A must-have item.
WATER BOTTLE - a must for hiking trips
COMPASS - not essential for all camps, but a good thing for hikes!
SCOUT HANDBOOK - 'Don't leave home without it! Except maybe a backpacking trip where weight is a consideration and there is a special equipment checklist issued.
PENCIL AND PAPER - Be Prepared!
SWIM SUIT AND TOWEL - For summer fun
1 or 2 GARBAGE BAGS - always come in handy to cover a pack, sleeping bag or to keep something wet from getting something else wet.
PONCHO OR RAIN GEAR - Scouts don't melt, but they can be an awful mess.
* Mark everything with your name!
* Learn to pack items in individual plastic bags - it stays dry!
* Radios, food, especially food, water pistols, etc. should stay at home
2:00 - 5:00 -- Games and activities for Scouts5:00 -- Scouts change into uniform5:30 -- Covered Dish Dinner coordinated by Eagle's Wings!7:00 -- Court of Honor
Also we will announce the prize winners from the Nut Sale. There will be DVD / BluRay discs on sale of all of the 2015 slideshows.
And our annual service project to help the Salvation Army with Angel gifts will kick off that night.