Don’t forget: A scout is Reverent. Scout Sunday at State Street UMC is Sunday February 5.
We need all of our scouts to be in attendance. This is our opportunity to say thanks to State Street UMC, our sponsor, for providing us with a great meeting place, vans for transportation, and other benefits. Scouts should be in uniform. Meet at the church at 10:45. Families are encouraged to attend with us.
We will have a pizza lunch after the service and then have time to work on sleds and other preparations for the Klondike Derby!
Who: Scouts, families, and friends.
When: We will meet at the church at 3:00 p.m. on Friday February 3 (or as soon as you can get there after school). We will finish early Saturday morning after breakfast.
Where: We will drive in the church van to Ski Beech in Banner Elk, NC to enjoy night skiing, return for overnight at the church, . . . → Read More: Ski Trip
A scout is reverent. This is the twelfth point of the Scout Law. On Scout Sunday, we have the opportunity to say thank you to State Street United Methodist Church for sponsoring our troop. They provide us with a great meeting space, storage for our gear, vans for transportation, and financial support. Many troops are not as fortunate as we are to have such a strong relationship with their sponsor. We need and expect our scouts to attend, and parents and families are invited to attend, too.
Scouts should meet in the upstairs of the church at 10:30 a.m. Scouts should wear full uniform, including uniform shirt, neckerchief, and either scout pants or jeans. Our scouts will have several roles in the service, including handing out bulletins and assisting with ushering. Continue reading Scout Sunday is February 5th
Friday February 10: Camping Downtown at the Continuous Campfire
This is our night to tend the fire. Meet downtown at 7:00 p.m. Bring all your gear for Saturday. We will return to the church briefly to pack our Klondike sleds then head back downtown.
Scouts need basic overnight camping gear and full uniform for wear at Klondike. We’ll . . . → Read More: Continous Campfire – Klondike Derby
When: Meet at the church at 4:00 p.m. on Friday January 6. We will return after lunch on January 8. We always call for rides after we have returned to the church and put away all the troop gear.
***There may be a crew coming up on Saturday morning, so if you can’t come Friday and want to come on Saturday, let us know!
Where: We are thankful to Byrum and Lanz Geisler for letting us use their family’s cabins in the Belgium Hollow area of Lee County, Virginia.
What to bring: sleeping bag and ground pad, clothes for the season, eating kit (cup, plate, spoon, fork), flashlight, and personal items
Cost for the weekend is $20 to cover food and transportation costs.
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