Troop Code of Conduct

Please download, print, and return the Troop Code of Conduct before the next campout.

Welcome to Troops 390/7390

Welcome to the official website of Scouts BSA Troops 390/7390. We are chartered by Faith Lutheran Church of Fairlawn, Ohio and belong to the Soaring Eagle District in the Great Trail Council of Scouts BSA.

VFW Memorial Day Ceremony

What's Happening in Our Troop?

Upcoming Event Calendar

9/14 – Troop Elections
9/17-19 – Camp at Chicagami Metro Park with night visit to Geauga Astronomy Park
10/05 – Court of Honor
10/08-10 Camp Tuscazor Campout
10/19 – Arrow of Light Open House
11/6 8am to Noon -Adaptation, Inclusion & Diversity Training for leaders @ Manatoc
11/11 – Veterans Day – activities TBD
11/12-14 – Campout TBD
11/16 – Head Start Tags will be distributed.
12/3-5 Dutch Oven Cooking Campout-Manatoc 1
2/14 – Head Start Christmas Wrapping
1/7-9 Camp Stambaugh Campout – Klondike Warmup
2/6 – Scout Sunday @ Faith Lutheran
2/11-13 Soaring Eagle Klondike-Manatoc
*3/25-27 – Camping and Caving at Laurel Caverns
*4/8-10 – Shooting/Fishing @ Ashtabula Rod & Gun
*5/13-15 – Backpacking, Zaleski StPK/Lake Hope
*6/26 – 7/2 – High Knoll, Pulaski VA, scouts must be First Class
*7/10-16 or 17-23 Summer Camp @ either MVSR or Manatoc
*8/2022 – Ohio Pyle White Water Rafting TBD *=in the planning stage

Fall is Popcorn Sale Time

Jill Gallagher is our new Troop Popcorn Kernel! A BIG thank you to Jill! A new Popcorn Committee is being established and we couldn’t be more excited!

Popcorn sales are a large part of the Troop’s fundraising efforts. We share half of the profit with the Scouts that participate in the Popcorn Sale. Scouts should sell $500 worth of popcorn to have annual registration fees paid by the Troop. Alternatively, should you choose not to sell, we ask that you contribute $100 to the Troop.

Be on the lookout for more information to come!

Notes:

Faith Lutheran is again requiring masks for all indoor activities. Please bring masks. There is a meeting every Tuesday in August this year, we will not take a week off.

Wrap Ups

Summer Camp and Bike-Camp-Canoe went well! Scouts earned almost 100 Merit Badges. Exciting times!

Hiking 2021

We are in the planning stages for hikes to help scouts complete requirements for the Hiking merit badge. Dale Sroka is coordinating hikes that meet the various requirements. More details to come.

Eagle Service Project Update

We are still waiting on approval for Mark Nester’s submission of plans for building a dugout at one of the ball fields at Fort Island School. We are looking at early September. He will need the Troop’s help - more to come!

Scoutmaster News - Jim & Elise

There is so much happening in Troops 7390 and 390. And it is great to have additional parents participate in the activities. The Bike, Camp, Canoe this past weekend is a great example! We had 16 Scouts and 8 adults. Everyone had fun and the campout was easier on the leaders.

We would like adults to take the Youth Protection
Training and register either for the Troop Committee or a leadership position. Merit Badge Counselor is another position where we can use many parents. There are over 135 Merit Badges. Chose one in your field of expertise or a couple that are your avocations. Either way you help the Troop. If you don’t know which ones to choose, let us guide you by telling which ones we need most.

We have activities planned and reserved through February 2022 and are working on completing the Scout year through August 2022. We hope August 2022 will be a family campout and White Water Rafting at Ohio Pyle PA.

Welcome Emerson Sage - a new Scout for Troop 7390!

Hey Scouts! Make a point of saying HI!

2021 Sea Base High Adventure

The Scouts are off! Look ahead for the wrap up in next month’s newsletter!

In-Person Troop Meetings Continue

Masks are required through the month of June when in the church building. Church Council will reassess for July.

Troop Committee Meeting

The next Committee Meeting will be held on September 12, 2021 at 7pm and will be in person at Faith Lutheran Church.

You don’t need to be a committee member or leader to attend – ALL ARE WELCOME! We are looking for more parent involvement to ensure the success of the Troops.

Service Opportunities:

The Committee is working to find additional service opportunities for the scouts. If you have any ideas, they are warmly welcomed!

ACME Cash Back Time

The ACME cash back program has begun again this fall. Please save your receipts for the Troop! More details to come! Money goes into the account of the Scouts turning in the receipt

Meetings Focus

Our focus for the Troop meetings will be rank advancements.

Newsletter Items

To add items to the monthly newsletter, contact Katie at CatherineMiddendorf.OH390@troopmaster.email

The Values of Scouting

Scouting is a values-based program with its own code of conduct. The Scout Oath and Law help instill the values of good conduct, respect for others, and honesty. Scouts learn skills that will last a lifetime, including basic outdoor skills, first aid, citizenship skills, leadership skills, and how to get along with others. For almost a century, Scouting has instilled in young people the values and knowledge that they will need to become leaders in their communities and country.

THE SCOUT OATH OR PROMISE
On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country and
To obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong,
Mentally awake, and morally straight.

SCOUT MOTTO
Be Prepared

SCOUT SLOGAN
Do a Good Turn Daily

THE SCOUT LAW
A Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful,Friendly,
Courteous, Kind, Obediant, Cheerful,
Thrifty, Brave, Clean, Reverent

OUTDOOR CODE
As an American, I will do my best to:
Be clean in my outdoor manners
Be careful with fire
Be considerate in the outdoors, and
Be conservation minded