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  • Troop 94 Spring Updates

    Welcome back from Spring Break. I hope everyone had a great week!

    Upcoming dates:

    Monday 3/18- 6 pm PLC, 7 pm Troop meeting

    Tuesday 3/19 – 7 pm Committee meeting.

    Saturday 3/23 Both Sales 1- 5 pm

    Monday 3/25 – 7pm Troop meeting

    Monday 4/1 – 7pm Troop meeting – No fooling.

    Saturday 4/6 – Sunday 4/7 Shooting campout at Camp Don

    Thanks,

    Mr. Clark

     

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  • 2/4 meeting and Troop 94 2019 Ski trip

    Izaak and Tanner please send out.
    Monday 2/4 we will cover T 94 ski trip and teach Snow Sports merit badge. Bring your paperwork if you have started already. If you have already completed come and put your input to help others learn.
    Ski trip details:
    Ski Trip this Friday 15th -18th
    Sign up deadline is Friday 2/8.
    Skiing Sipapu Ski Resort, Valdito, NM
    Staying at Taos Youth & Family Center, Taos NM
    Estimated Cost: $230 per skier- Includes lodging, meals, lift tickets and ski rentals, ski lessons for 1st time skiers
    Itinerary:
    Friday 2/15- Meet at Church at 9:00 am. Eat breakfast prior to coming.
    Will stop at Philmont Scout Ranch on the way. Bring cash if you would like to buy anything at the Tooth of Time Trading center.
    16th and 17th Skiing at Sipapu Ski Resort
    18th pack up- head home estimated to arrive back at 2 pm but will send updates.
    Does NOT include cost for:
    Snacks and souvenirs
    Locker money- to lockup personal items while skiing, possible locking skis overnight Saturday.
    Upgrades on rentals
    Helmet rentals ($10/day plus tax)
    Proper ski attire (see packing list)
    We will have access to Lobby area which will include a few video games and pool table.
    Additional information:
    Will be staying indoors at a youth center
    No beds- just hard floor and some chairs
    Easy Breakfast each morning
    Sandwiches and chips for lunch at the slopes and on the way home.
    Dinner Friday ,Saturday and Sunday night at local fast food restaurant
    Packing List:
    Class A to wear while traveling
    Ski jacket (waterproof not cotton)
    Ski gloves waterproof
    Ski pants- not blue jeans
    Ski googles- if you wear glasses make sure they fit over your glasses
    Thermal tops and bottoms
    Beanie
    Mid layer garments- dress in layers
    Ski Socks (wool or thermal)
    Helmet if not renting (REQUIRED)
    Sleeping bag and cot/padding- floor will be hard
    Toiletries (tooth brush, comb, deodrant, etc)
    Towel for showers
    Sunscreen- (Yes you can get a severe sun burn skiing)
    Thanks,
    Mr. Clark
    1-806-471-1933
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  • T94 MBU

    1/26 Merit Badge University for those that signed up (Class A)

    Meet at United Supermarket parking lot in Canyon at 7:45 am

    Eat breakfast before you come

    Lunch will be provided

    Bring: Pencils/Pens, notebook, and backpack

    Meet at United Parking lot in Canyon at 5:00 pm to pick up your Scout. We will be there once everyone gets out of class.

     

    1/28 7:00 pm Troop Meeting

    Thanks,

    Mr. Clark

     

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  • T94 Meeting 1/7/19

    Welcome back Troop! I hope everyone had a great break. Reminder we start back up with Monday’s meeting, tomorrow at 7pm at SSUMC. See everyone there!
    Mr. Clark
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  • T94 Christmas Party 12/17/2018

    Monday 12/17 is our Troop Christmas Party. Bring a side snack and a $5-10 gift for the gift exchange. Parents welcome to come join the fun.

    Reminder No Meetings 12/24 and 12/31.

    See Everyone at the Party!
    Mr. Clark
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  • T 94 Upcoming December Events

    Monday 12/10

    6:00 pm PLC

    7:00 pm Troop Meeting – Scouting Heritage Merit Badge

    Scouts bring scouting game and something from your past scouting memorabilia. Bring form for Merit Badge University filled with classes you wish to take.

    Monday 12/17

    7:00 pm Troop Christmas Party – $5-$10 gift exchange, sign up to bring side dishes.

    12/ 24 and 12/31 No Troop Meeting

    Thanks

    Mr. Clark

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