6/13 – Troop Meeting @ the Charter School 7 – 8:30pm
- Last day to conduct BOR and turn in signed complete blue cards before our last COH. Please plan ahead and speak with Mr. McGuire regarding your rank advancement and blue cards.
- All forms and fees due for June Campout.
- All Summer camp forms need to be turned in to Mr. Klawson.
- Class B Shirts – Sample shirts will be available to try on for sizing. All shirt sizes need to be turned in at the Troop meeting. If you aren’t able to try on a shirt, a size will be estimated and ordered for you. If you have any questions, please contact Jenniferparrella@comcast.net .
June Campout: June 15-17 – High Adventure Park at the Heritage Museum in Sandwich, MA.
- Departure will be from the VFW Hall at 5:30pm Friday June 15th. Scouts should arrive at 5pm to the VFW hall to help prepare the Troop and their Patrols for departure.
- Base camp Friday night will be at Camp Greenough, Yarmouth. Saturday we will be having our high adventure returning to base camp later that day. Scouts will have a 30 minute orientation & safety session followed by 2 hours of fun, climbing various aerial trails. There are 5 different aerial trails in increasing difficulty.
- Arrival back in Franklin Sunday morning to the VFW Hall at approximately 10am.
- Both the Heritage Museum and Gardens Online Waiver and the BSA Activity Consent form must be filled out.
- Cost $20
- All forms and payment due: June 13
- Sign up here
6/20 – Troop Meeting and COH @ the Charter School 7 – 8:30pm – **** Due to the school year, this will be last meeting of the year. *******
- Immediately following the Troop’s last Court of Honor before summer all families are cordially invited to our annual picnic.
- Please indicate below how many from your family will be attending and if you can bring appetizers, salads, or desserts. Troop will be providing a large sub sandwich, drinks and chips
- Sign up here
- Bring Scouting for Food collections.
Troop 29 Summer Camp!
All scouts are strongly encouraged to attend camp with the Troop at Camp Squanto this summer. Camp plays an important role in individual scout development and strengthens our patrols and troop. Handouts will be available and informational sessions will be held during Troop meetings on April 25th and May 9th.
- Camp runs from Sunday July 15th through Saturday July 21st
- Cost is $400 per scout, with additional brothers $300 each. Camperships may be available, please see Mr McGuire.
- Payment due May 9th.
- Complete BSA Health Form parts A, B and C is required for all scouts and adults staying at camp over 72 hours. Adults staying less than 72 hours require parts A and B only.
- The troop will need an additional 1 or 2 adults for each day the troop is at camp. If you can assist for 1 or more days please sign up.
- Sign up here
- Contact ASM Gregg Klawson for further information.
Youth Protection Training
Over the past two years, the BSA has worked with experts in the field of child abuse, child sexual abuse and maltreatment to develop new training and resources that will further strengthen our ability to protect youth. These changes include:
- Fully updated and revised Youth Protection Training developed with leaders in the field of child abuse prevention and includes insights from experts, survivors and the latest strategies for recognizing and preventing major forms of abuse. This is the designated Youth Protection training for all adults.
- Expanded youth protection content across all our communications channels will inform and engage our volunteers and parents.
- An expanded National ScoutsFirst Helpline to aid volunteers and families in addressing potentially dangerous situations.
- The BSA also provides unlimited counseling and support for healing to anyone who has ever been abused in Scouting.
- Youth protection training for youth members will be available in 2019.
By October 1, 2018, all new and currently registered leaders will be required to complete the updated training. The enhanced and updated content will allow leaders and councils to comply with all current legal requirements. While this may be inconvenient for some, it reflects the BSA’s commitment to the safety of all youth.
This training is now available on my.Scouting at https://my.scouting.org/