The Eagle Eyes patrol did flags and they did an awesome job. Aaron did great with bugle. Thank you from Mr. Ski and all of us.
Anyone who wants to sign up for Camporee still can but it costs $14 now to go to Camporee. Talk to Mr. Bender about it.
If you aren’t going to Camporee this weekend, sign up for the Haunt nights at the maze. Talk to Zach Sertec about that. He’s in charge of the sign up and we need lots of people to help with that still. If you are not 13, you can still sign up but your parent has to be there with you. Friends and brothers and sisters can help too but they have to agree to go by the same rules as the rest of us. Zach has sent out emails so you can email him about helping if you weren’t there tonight to sign up.
No meeting next week for the troop committee meeting – that’s the parents meeting. Mr. Ski said if you want to be an Assistant Scoutmaster then you have to get training but parents can help on the committee too.
Mr. Ski said thank you to all of the patrol leaders who were at the PLC tonight. He said we were prepared and did a great job taking notes and to keep it up. He also said that the patrols should really work on their flags and he wants to see them double next week. Then we can start having patrol competitions. Mr. Ski reminded everyone that now that we ate the pig at the fall court of honor we need to start wearing our neckerchiefs as part of our uniform again. Please everyone remember to wear them.
Camporee patrols were made and those who are going have things they need to get done like food shopping. We made our menus in our patrols and made patrol leaders for Camporee. If you are going, you know who your patrol leader is and what you need to do to get ready.
We will meet at PEPC at 5:00 on Friday to leave for Peaceful Valley. We will be back on Sunday before noon. We need parents to drive. Please tell Mr. Bender if you can help. He sent out an email asking for parents to help drive. I don’t want to walk to Camporee with my backpack and tent and stuff.
At the end of the meeting Josh and the assistant senior patrol leaders handed out awards to those who were not at the fall court of honor.
Troop 88 Scribe