2/5/2018 Troop Meeting – EDGE Method

  • Edging the EDGE

Scouts learn the best way to learn a new skill using the EDGE Method.  The EDGE method is a four step method for teaching a skill:

  1. Explain
  2. Demonstrate
  3. Guide
  4. Enable

Learn more about the EDGE Method…

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Okpik Winter Camping High Adventure

Quinzee (piled snow dome)

Two day and two night high adventure that develops confidence and skills in camping and living in the outdoors during extreme weather conditions. Scouts received training in physical preparation, cold weather dress, first aid and emergency procedures, food and water, equipment use while experiencing cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter shelter building. This experience is the embodiment of the Boy Scout’s motto to “Be Prepared” .

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Merit Badge Counselor List is Now Available!

Picture of Scoutbook MB Counselors webpage.

The Merit Badge Counselor list is a compilation of counselors from all units in the council that use Scoutbook.  Indian Peaks has a list of over 1000 Merit Badge Counselors.  A search form is provided so you can search by merit badge, proximity to the unit’s zip code and availability status of the counselor.

more on how to find Merit Badge Counselors…

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2 DAYS LEFT in Spirit Gear Drive

Troop 278 Spirit Gear

Troop 278 Spirit Gear

Go to the website and order now!

This is the link for Boy Scout gear! Ordering online is available through January 31. The feedback I’ve received is that the performance t-shirts and the hoodie run small. The performance t-shirts would be great for camping.

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For those signed up for Okpik…

Who’s ready for a fun winter camping experience? Okpik 2018 is this weekend, and I wanted to make sure everyone had the required items from the Okpik flyer — the biggest thing is no cotton, with 2-3 changes of socks and mittens.

We will plan to meet Friday, February 2nd, at the Safeway parking lot NLT 4:45. Please bring a sack lunch for the drive to Tahosa. Mr. Estes and I will be driving.

NLT tonight, January 29, we need the registration form filled out and returned to me at the Monday scout meeting. If you can’t make it, please scan your signed form and email it to me.

Thanks and I will follow up tomorrow!

Phil H.
Okpik POC

Go to Google Calendar Event

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Winter Camping and Survival Troop Meeting

WINTER CAMPING and SURVIVAL

This month’s theme is WINTER CAMPING and SURVIVAL.
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Christmas Tree Pickup Morning Meeting

01-06 -2018 Christmas Tree - morning meeting

01-06 -2018 Christmas Tree – morning meeting

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Ricky’s Eagle Court of Honor

Ricky receiving his Eagle award

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Ricky’s Eagle Scout Court of Honor

Join us to celebrate with Ricky!!

The event will be held on Sunday, October 15, from 4:30 PM  to 6:30 PM

At the Tri-City Elks, Lodge #254, located at: 1525 Main Street in Louisville (map)

Register for the event on (evite)

Questions?  Contact Mike Heilbron at 720-320-8733

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REGISTER NOW: Fall Shooting Campout September 22nd – 24th

We will be conducting the campout at Colorado Rifle Club. The cost is $56.00PP which includes ammunition, great food, instruction and use of firearms.

https://goo.gl/forms/IBC0bTdFs0gKc68d2

278_Permission shooting outing Fall 2017

If you want to earn the rifle or shotgun merit badge, please review the following requirements:

RIFLE
http://www.scouting.org/filestore/merit_badge_reqandres/rifle_shooting.pdf

SHOTGUN
http://www.scouting.org/filestore/Merit_Badge_ReqandRes/Shotgun_Shooting.pdf

NOTE: If you would like to earn the merit badge, please print and bring the above workbook(s).

WHAT TO BRING

Camping gear – Please review the gear list on page 2 of the event information that Mr. Liles emailed. A zero degree bag will be more comfortable.

CRITICAL:
a. Bring a rain jacket
b. Bring a hat and gloves
c. Bring sunglasses and sunscreen
d. Bring a WATER BOTTLE
e. WEAR BOOTS – It is much more rugged than you think out there. Tennis shoes get wrecked.
f. Bring a sleeping bag and tent. We will have spares in the trailer.

This event requires maturity and safety. The event leadership team expects no horseplay/goofing around and absolute focus on the instruction given. This is a skills based course to help boys have a rewarding experience with firearms in a controlled environment.

MAP

Map to Colorado Rifle Club

http://crci.org/Ranges/Directions/tabid/623/Default.aspx

https://goo.gl/maps/dc8zvvv5CCr

If you are coming late, please let me know in advanced the timing and who is coming for the roster. You are responsible for getting out to CRCI.

If you have questions contact Mr. Liles.

 

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