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Troop   An Adventure for Every Season

Join us Mondays from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM at Blessed Sacrament in Warren, Ohio
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Christmas Party

December 15, 2019

1:00 - 5:00      Games and activities for Scouts
5:00 -              Scouts change into uniform
5:30 -              Covered Dish Dinner coordinated by Eagle's Wings!
7:00 -              Court of Honor

We will also announce the prize winners from the Popcorn Sale.

2019 - A Year in Review [$10 each - Available in Blu-ray or DVD]
    Contains 5 Slideshows (3 regular slideshows from the courts of honor, plus a bonus activity show for the non-camping events, and the Philmont Slideshow)
    A Credits Presentation
    Patrol Movies from March 2019


Recent News

Seven Ranges Campout

This weekend the Troop took a trip over to Seven Ranges. There they practiced Fire Building, Knots, and Lashings. The weather was cool, but everyone stayed warm and had a good time. Four Webelos joined us, and we thank them for coming and look forward to seeing them again.

We even had a young Lab wonder into camp and have fun with our Troop the whole day.

Saturday, we wrapped up the evening with our Annual Thanksgiving Feast, as well as a fantastic Campfire program. Looking forward to the next camping trip in January, and the Holiday Party next month.

Check out all the photos in the Troop Gallery


Troop Halloween Party

It was a blast at the Troop 101 Halloween Party tonight. There were awesome games, a Haunted Trail, Food, and Great Costumes tonight.

Photos from the Troop Halloween party can be found in the Gallery. Be sure to check them out!

Beaver Creek 

The Troop Returns from another camping trip, this time from Beaver Creek State Park.

Yes, this may be in the top 10 most haunted places in Ohio, but they weren't afraid of the ghosts... well, most weren't.

There were Knots, Lashings, Compass games, Deer Stalker and more. Photos from the trip can be found in the Troop Photo Gallery. Be sure to check them out!

Welcome, New Families! 
Keep Informed About the Exciting Opportunities Available to Your New Scout! 

Welcome to Troop 101! As you can tell already, we're a very active organization and the need to communicate to our scouts and families is essential.

To help you and your scout, we regularly post all of our events on this website.

Sign up for access. Log in or Register in the Upper right corner of this "Home Page."
Then click the arrows to expand the windows. When you do, you'll notice the "weather" tab and "are you going" tabs on the right as well as a suggested "packing list" for your scout.
Now scroll to the "Program Tools" and click on the "Calendar." Scroll to the bottom right corner and click on the "+Google Calendar" tab on the bottom to link our calendar to yours. Now you'll always know what's going on with the troop.

You can return to the home page at any time by clicking the Troop Logo, top Left.

Now that you have the basics down, venture around the site, and see all that's available to you and your scout.

Remember to remind your scout it is his responsibility to stay informed and keep informed as we're here to help him to grow into an independent and self sufficient young leader in a safe learning environment. His Patrol Leader is his guide and mentor. Remind your scout to find him first with any questions he may have because his Patrol Leader knows EVERYTHING!

Again, Welcome!

Great Trail Council - Scouters' News

The Scouters' News is published monthly for the volunteers of the Great Trail Council, if you would like notification when a new edition is available, please visit this link to sign up: Scouters' News
Upcoming Activities
Want to see all Activities? Check out the TROOP CALENDAR
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Winter Event

January 17 - 19, 2020 - $20
The 2020 Arrowhead District Boy Scout Klondike. 

Upgrade and prepare your Winter Camping Gear NOW. Remember: "Don't be scared, be prepared!"

This year's Theme:

(Events and details to be posted soon.)
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Summer Camp

July 12 - 18, 2020 - Cost: TBD

PARENTS:  We want every Scout to be able to attend camp.  If you need financial assistance, contact Ken LaPolla.


BEFORE CAMP:  We need as soon as possible at any meeting:

  • Medical form - We will be providing free physicals in May (date TBD) and should have someone at most regular meetings in June if needed
  • Camper Release Form - if for any reason a scout must leave during the week, this form authorized who can pick him up from camp.
  • Sign up and pay for the Wednesday picnic
  • Questions?  Uniform or equipment needs?  See us at a meeting so we have time to help.
Sunday we will depart from the church at 9:00AM and return Saturday before noon.

Scouts should arrive in FULL UNIFORM - there will be a uniform inspection before we depart

Scouts with medication should turn it in at that time.  It must be in the original container and match what is on the medical form.

Wednesday at 5:30 in the evening is the picnic and Parents' Night. Eagle's Wings is handling the picnic. There will be a Court of Honor at 7:00.

For Directions to Camp, Click Here!
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High Adventure Canadian Canoe Trip

July 25 - August 1, 2020 - $225  Both Weeks $400
This week-long adventure in the Canadian Wilderness is designed for Scouts who are First Class and above with Canoeing Merit Badge.  Scouts will paddle from lake to lake through the interior of Algonquin Provincial Park carrying all their gear, food, and canoes across portages on this awesome adventure.  They will return to the group camp area and meet up with the rest of the troop and hopefully stay for a second week in base camp.

Ask anyone who has done the trip before about the sheer awesomeness of this adventure!!

More details will follow as the trip is planned.  
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Canada Base Camp

August 1 - 8, 2020 - $225 - $100 due June 29; 125 due July 19
This trip is designed for ALL SCOUTS.  We will be camping on the shores of Whitefish Lake in Algonquin Provincial Park.  Scouts will have an opportunity to swim and canoe each day as we are right next to the beach.  There will be daily trips to interpretive trails, the museum-visitor center, camping outfitter store, and much more.  Scouts may get to see moose, bear, loons, and even hear wolves howl!  

We encourage every Scout to attend this unforgettable adventure.  Please refer to the attachments about birth certificates for youth and passports for adults.  

LIVE WEBCAM from the Visitor Centre

Peace Bridge Website

Public Wolf Howl
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