Fall Camp Registration Open

Troop 464 Fall Camp Registration Form 2013 Fall Camp Horsemanship waiver form 2013 Fall Camp Release form ALL Scouts 2014 fall camp merit badge classes 2014-08-24

Hello Scouts & Scouters,

Registration for 2014 Fall Camp has begun!

Fall Camp will occur November 21 – 26, 2014

Cost: $100.00 (youth) and $85.00 (adult) – youth will be required to provide payment of $100.00 PLUS applicable Merit Badge Fees at registration
Registration Deadline – November 4th, 2014!!!!!

The troop registration form and camp waiver forms are attached to this email – Please complete and
return to either Mrs Duncan OR Mr Hamlin at the scouthouse by November 4th!!

 

All registrants must provide:

1) Troop Registration Form – see Merit Badge List (attached) to complete your selections.

2) Payment of $100.00 for scouts PLUS applicable merit badge fees - yes, scout points can be used!

3) Completed Fall Camp Release form (the attached file is labled 2013 – please complete anyway…)

4) Completed Horsemanship Waiver form (only for those participating in the Horsemanship Merit Badge)

5) Current BSA Health Form (Part A, B & C) – if not already on file with the troop.
Remember that merit badges are first come first serve. It is in the best
interest of our Scouts to get our names in as quickly as possible.

In addition we need to highlight that if you have completed a merit badge you should not
take the class again. Specifically, Horsmanship, Archery, Rifle and Shotguns that have
limited capacity. These are fun classes but in the spirit of Scouting we should
let everyone have a chance to participate!

Please contact Mr Hamlin or Mrs Duncan with any questions.

This is a great opportunity to earn Merit Badges and have fun with your friends
from troop 464 and accross the Bay Area Council!

I hope to see you all there!

Rgds,

Rick Hamlin
Committee Chair

Venturing Crew Meeting Aug 27th

Hello Scouts, Scouters and Parents,

There will be an informational meeting for Venturing Crew 464 at the Scout house at 7:30pm this Wednesday (August 27st).

Crew 464 is a scout-led “Outdoor” Crew that will be focused on planning and implementing short-duration outings.

Membership in the Venturing program is open for young adults (male or female) between the ages of 14 and 21.

Within this program, youth will experience another level of opportunities for leadership, advancement and fun with friends!

More information about Venturing can be found at the following link:

http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Venturing/About/venturing.aspx

I look forward to seeing you on Wednesday evening!

Rgds,

 

Rick Hamlin

713-924-7155

Scoutmaster / IOLS Training

Ladies and Gentlemen

There will be a Scoutmaster / IOLS training on September 5-7 at Camp K. If you would like to attend this class, go to the council website. www.bacbsa.org and register. If you have any questions please email me

August 26 Troop Update

Hello Scouts and Scouters!

This week’s meeting on 26-August:

Normal meeting time at the Scout House.

Class B uniforms unless you are doing a Scoutmaster Conference or Board of Review.

Don’t forget to bring water!

If you have fun scouting pictures from the last 6 months you’d like to share with the troop during the Court of Honor, please get them to Stevie or Rick Hamlin.

Troop feedback! Mr. Hamlin has sent out a request for feedback.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FD8LNQJ

Please take this short 10-question survey by August 31.

Open Signups:

Staffing opportunity for the Ghosts and Goblins event at Camp Karankawa October 17 through 19. See Mr. Albee.

Woodbadge 2015 registration! Please see Mr. Albee if any adults are interested in taking their Scouting experience to the next level.

Northern Tier High Adventure trip planned for the Summer of 2015 have started! Adults and scouts that are interested, please see Mr. Fleming for more details.

Upcoming events:

5 to 7 – Sep Camp Karankawa corral repair & camp
5 to 7 – Sep Scoutmaster and Intro to Outdoor Leadership Training at Camp Karankawa

9 – Sep Troop Court of Honor at the MFC

12 – Sep Webelos camp sponsored by Troop 464

13 – SepCarson’s Eagle Project

16 – Sep Troop Elections

19 – Sep Troop 464 YLT at Camp Karankawa

23 – Sep Patrol Elections

27 – Sep Elliott’s Eagle Project

10 – Oct Kickapoo Caverns (preliminary)

17 to 19 – Oct Ghosts and Goblins at Camp Karankawa

24 – Oct Northern Tier shakedown (preliminary)

21 – Nov Fall Camp at Camp Karankawa

22 – Nov Gift Alley FUMC (to be confirmed)

20 – Dec Gift Basket delivery for FUMC

20 – Dec Skyzone lock-in
Green – service hour opportunity

Red – external organization hosting an event

Gold – leadership extras

Blue – camping/outdoor activity

Troop Calendar!
http://troop464.us/wp/?page_id=57

Troop website!
http://troop464.us/wp/

2015 NOAC Information

Arrowmen,
Here is some information about 2015 NOAC.
It runs August 3-8, 2015 at Michigan State University.
The lodge has estimated that NOAC will cost about $1200. This will most likely go down because the lodge has not decided the mode of transportation yet.

Nick Albee
Troop 464 OA Representative

Eagle Scout Documents

Click here for the following documents:

Eagle Scout Rank Application

512-927 Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook

NEW – BSA Health Form

The new BSA Health Form needs to be completed prior to summer camp.  Here is the link the new form:  BSA New Health Forms

Troop 464 Leading Cub-0-re at Camp Karankawa – Huge Success!

Thank you Troop 464 for doing a great job organizing and leading the cub-o-re at Camp Karankawa this weekend (April 26 – 27).

My best,

 

Chuck Herrera
Scout Executive / CEO

Bay Area Council, BSA
(409) 744-5207 Ext 13 (281) 683-6262
chuck.herrera@scouting.org

Troop Scout Leadership Results

Here is the new leadership for the troop.

SPL – John O
ASPL – Ryan R
ASPL – Andrew N
Quartermaster – Noe G
Scribe – Micheal Z
Historian – Stevie H
Librarian – Ben V
Chaplinan Aid – Will D
Order of the Arrow Rep – Nick A
Bugler – Open

Lexington Campout Program

The boys and scout leaders had a wonderful time on Lexington and earned 65 total community service hours.  The boys setup chairs for the flag ceremony and cleaned up after breakfast on Day 2.