Welcome to the official Web site of Boy Scout Troop 390 . We are chartered by Faith Lutheran Church of Fairlawn, Ohio. We belong to the Old Portage District in the Great Trail Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Updated June 23rd
Next Campout: July 19-25 - Summer Camp (Manatoc)
July 19-25 Summer Camp (Manatoc)
High Adventure Trips 2015:
High Adenture Trip 2016:
Summer Camp Family Night
Family night is Wednesday 7/22 at Camp Manatoc. Retreat is at 5:30 on the Parade Field, followed by a potluck dinner for scouts and families at the Concord Campsite. We expect over 100 people.
The troop will provide hot dogs, buns, condiments, beverages, and tableware. Families are asked to bring a large side dish. Please bring enough food for at least 15 people.
Last name: A-H – salad; H-R – side dish; S – Z – dessert. For desserts, please bring finger foods – cookies, brownies, watermelon, etc.
No refrigeration is available at camp.
Upcoming Eagle Projects
Scouts and adults are needed to help them.
R.J. Jayewardene, June 18 & 19, at Discovery Montessori School, 707 Schocalog Rd., Copley. 8:00 am – 3:00 pm each day.
David Ertle, June 20, 8:00 a.m.,at Walsh Jesuit High School, 4550 Wyoga Lake Rd, Cuy Falls.
Both of these Scouts need your help. If transportation is a problem, tell Mr. Horvath at Tuesday’s Troop Meeting.
OA Ordeals and News
Ordeal #2 is July 1-2. Remember to take a copy of your Medical Report. Also, the $50 fee is to be paid to the Troop.
OA dues can be paid at the Tuesday evening Ice Cream Social.
Scouts Working on T-2-1
Scouts working on Tenderfoot, Second Class, or First Class requirements should bring their scout handbook to EVERY scout meeting (and remember to take it home, too!) They need the book so they know what they need to work on and can have completed requirements “signed-off”.
5/19/15 Backpacking Merit Badge – Brad Mularcik
TBD Photography Merit Badge – Paul Tople
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Summer Camp is almost here. It is one of the best Scouting activities of the year! Here are the specifics for arriving on Sunday, July 19:
Scouts are to be at the Concord Campsite at 1:00 pm Sunday, in your clean, full uniform. You may select your tent and set up your gear,two Scouts per tent. We recommend bringing your gear in a footlocker or a plastic tub with a lid to protect it from the weather. A cot is a good idea too, but the tents are on wooden platforms and you can use your ground pad. Mr. Horvath reserves the first tent for his gear.
A parent will be at the Campsite to receive any medicines that will be taken at Summer Camp and insure that the medicines are listed on the BSA Medical forms. Remember, all prescriptions must be in the original container with the pharmacy label intact. Over the counter medicines likewise should be in the original package and must not be beyond the expiration date. Put all medicines in a ziplock bag with your name on it. Inhalers and epipens should be with the Scout at all times.
Scouts who did not take the BSA Swim Test with the Troop in May will take the swim test Sunday afternoon. Scout are encouraged to bring a padlock for the lockers at the pool. Padlocks are sold at the Trading Post for $5.
Eat a good lunch before coming to camp, dinner is at 6:00 pm! Adults are still needed to help at camp. Sign up at the Troop meetings.
Scouts who will be leaving camp for any reason during the week must have the camper release information on the Medical Form. Scouts and parents must sign in and sign out at the Administration Building, each time they arrive or leave. More information in July Newsletter.
Allegheny Passage Bike Trip
Total Trek fee payments of $250.00 per person must be paid by June 16.
All Medical Forms are due by June 16 also.
Final Warm up bike rides are scheduled, but those are weather dependent.
Cooking Merit Badge
Scouts working on cooking merit badge must have their home cooking menus approved by Mrs. Bechtel. All Camping Menus must be approved by Mr. Portteus at least 10 days ahead of a campout.That means the complete Section 5 for cooking at camp, i.e., three full days of meals and one dessert.
Summer Camp Medial Forms are Due
Please bring them to a Troop meeting as soon as you have them.
PLC’s will continue to be held the 1st Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Scouts with leadership positions are asked to attend to help plan the next month’s troop activities.
High Adventure Trip 2015
Philmont Backing Trip
Departure date: June 17, 2015
**Next troop committee meeting will be July 12, 2015 7:00 p.m. at the church library.
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Any Questions? Call or email Jim Horvath 330-283-4422 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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