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Next Meeting is Tuesday, September 8th, 7:30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
The leading item on the agenda is electing a Senior Patrol Leader (SPL).  With guidance from the Scoutmaster, the SPL takes charge of troop meetings and of all troop activities, and he appoints other troop youth leaders with the advice and counsel of the Scoutmaster.  Here's a description of the positions of responsibility in a troop.


  Upcoming Meetings this Month
  Tuesday, Sept. 15th - Hammonassett Campout Preparation
  Tuesday, Sept. 22nd - PLC Meeting (only scouts in leadership roles and ASM's)
  Tuesday, Sept. 29th - Fall Court of Honor



Junior Leadership Training
Sunday afternoon, September 13th in Martin Hall

For scouts named in a leadership position in the Sept. 8th elections, this leadership training will help you get the right start. All youth leaders need to attend.



Hammonassett Campout
Friday, September 18th - Sunday, September 20th
We kick off the scouting year with one of the favorite trips - the Hammonassett State Park Campout! Scouts can earn the Fishing Merit Badge, campout for September for those year round campers and have loads of fun!  For details, click on the "activities" link above.



Oceanography Merit Badge
Saturday, October 3rd - Sunday, October 4th, Sandy Hook, New Jersey
For scouts not eligible to participate in Camp Sikorsky, we have an opportunity to earn the Oceanography Merit Badge. We'll travel to Sandy Hook, New Jersey where that state's Sea Grant Authority offers Oceanography and other merit badges specifically for Boy Scout troops.  Check out this unique opportunity on the "activities" link above.


Year Round Campers
Only a few troop scouts have earned the Year Round Camping Patch for camping out every month of the year.  If you attended Sequassen and the New Scout Campout, you've already earned two months.  Keep going.  Anyone interested should contact ASM Carlson



Logs, Sawn, Wood, Timber, Cut, Tree, Lumber, Pile


 Firewood Fundraiser
 We need parents with pickup trucks to help move logs and wood for the
 ongoing firewood fundraiser. Please contact Bill Griffin if you have a
 truck.  In addition, please let him know about any fallen trees or log
 piles in town that may be possible sources of raw material. 




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