Regular Troop Meeting- Friday, November 9 at 7:30 in the LCH
– Anyone working on a Religious Emblem with Mr. Jerome will meet at 6:30
– Class A Uniforms
– We will be working on Map & Compass skills. Please bring a compass.
– Service Patrol- Sly Foxes. Please arrive early to set up.
– Program Patrol- Howling Coyotes
Veteran’s Day Ceremony- Monday November 12– We have once again been invited by Mr. and Mrs. Nicotra to participate in the Veteran’s Day Ceremony next Monday at 900 South Avenue. Everyone should be off from school that day and available to attend. Please arrive no later than 8:45 in Full Class A uniform with Merit Badge sash. We are also invited to a brunch at the Hampton Inn immediately following the ceremony.
GREENBAR will meet at 6:30 PM prior to Troop Meeting. SPL, ASPLs and PLs are all expected to attend
Troop Merit Badge Meeting begins at 7:30 PM
We will be having Merit Badge Meeting in Lower Church Hall @ 7:30pm. All scouts are to be in Class B Uniform so your Class A is clean and pressed for this weekend’s other events. Please remember to bring all your merit badge worksheets, books, and any other necessary items needed for the merit badge that you are working on. Scouts who signed out Merit Badge Books and have completed the merit badge please return them to Librarian. All Merit Badge Books from the Troop library must be signed out. Troop Librarian, please arrive early to set up Library.
Service Patrol: Screaming Eagles please arrive early to set up LCH.
Knot of the Month” is the Bowline. You should also know the knots of the previous months (Square Knot, Taught Line Hitch). Be Prepared! Is anyone ready for the “Know Knot Challenge”?
Alpine Camping Trip– 11/16-11/18- payment of $30 and completed permission slip (Found Here) MUST BE HANDED IN AT THIS MEETING.
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Scouting for Food – Community Service Event
Troop 37 will be participating in Class A Uniform and cover a 3 hour shift from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Stop & Shop Supermarket, 1441 Richmond Ave., Staten Island, NY. During this time, the members of the unit will hand entering shoppers a flyer and ask them to purchase non-perishable goods to donate upon exiting the store. All goods donated will support Saint Teresa’s Food Pantry, and will be given directly to Staten Island’s needy for the Holiday season. Service time will be credited towards advancement or other requirements.
Saturday Evening November 3, 2018
Set Up for Pancake Breakfast
We are scheduled to SETUP for the Pancake Breakfast at St. Teresa Conran Hall on Saturday, Evening November 3rd, starting at 6:00 pm.
Sunday November 4, 2018
Troop 37 Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
This is Troop 37’s most important fundraiser of the year and allows us to pay for equipment, subsidize trips, and keep the registration fee low. As such, we need as many scouts as possible on Sunday to assist in waiting on tables. Breakfast service will begin after the conclusion of the 7:30 mass. The Breakfast will continue throughout the morning until 2 PM. After the conclusion of the event, we will be taking up the tables and returning the Gym to its previous state. Please arrive by 7:15. Class A uniforms.
This Friday will be a Court of Honor for Troop 37.
A Court of Honor, as the name states, is a ceremony held to present scouts with awards they have earned such as merit badges and rank badges which recognize their achievements.
Scouts should be in Full Class “A“ Uniform with merit badge sashes.
All parents and family are encouraged to attend to show their support of their son’s Scouting achievements.
There will be refreshments served immediately following.
Senior Patrol and Blackhawks (The Service Patrol) should arrive at 7:00 pm for setup.
Alpine camping Trip– We will be tent camping at Alpine Scout Camp in Alpine, NJ from Friday, November 16 to Sunday, November 18. The cost is $30 per person. The permission slip can be found (here). Payment is due ASAP, but no later than Friday, November 2.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Boyer family as they mourn the passing of Margaret Anne Boyer beloved mother of Mr. Allen Boyer and grandmother of Scout Thomas Boyer. Please keep the family in your prayers during this difficult time. Please also read the attached obituary and share it with your scouts as Mrs. Boyer had an amazing life and was very accomplished especially when you consider the period of time that she grew up in.
Quail Hill Camping Trip- Those attending, please meet at the shed at 4:30 on Friday.
Sunday, October 21- Andrew DiCostanzo Eagle Project- see flyer (attached ->) Andrew DiCostanzo Eagle Project Flyer
Friday, October 26- Court of Honor, 7:30
Saturday, October 27- Day Trip to Adventure Park of Long Island, 1 pm
Friday, November 2- Merit Badge Meeting, 7:30
Saturday, November 3- Scouting for Food, 9 am to noon at Stop & Shop on Richmond Avenue
Saturday, November 3- Pancake Breakfast Set Up- Late afternoon
Sunday, November 4- Troop 37 Pancake Breakfast
Friday, November 9- Regular Troop Meeting, 7:30
Friday, November, November 16- Sunday, November 18- Camping Trip to Alpine Scout Camp. $30 per person. Please pay ASAP but no later than Friday, November 2.
– Class A Uniforms
– We will be discussing hiking skills in preparation for the trip to Quail Hill. Please read pages 262-283 in your Handbook
– Program Patrol- Howling Coyotes
– Service Patrol- Sly Foxes. Please arrive 15 minutes early to set up
It is with deep sadness that we must inform you of the passing of Assistant Scoutmaster Joe Smith, loving husband of Darlene and father of Troop 37 Eagle Scout Justin Smith. Joe and Darlene were always involved with our troop and he will be deeply missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Smith family during this difficult time and may Joe always rest in peace.
Just a reminder the Catholic Religious Emblems, the Ad Altare Dei and Pope Pius XII classes will begin at our next scout meeting. All scouts interested in earning these awards must attend this important meeting on October 12th at 6:30 PM in the Lower Church Hall. Please make sure that you purchase the appropriate book at the scout store prior to the meeting and bring a pen as well. If you have any questions please contact Steve Jerome at 718-619-6484.
– We will be conducting an election for the new Senior Patrol Leader. Everyone is asked to attend so they have a say in who their new leader will be;
– After the opening ceremony, the candidates will be given the opportunity to briefly address the Troop, after which voting will be conducted;
– Once the SPL is elected, new Patrols will be formed;
– Last year’s Patrol Leaders must return their Patrol Boxes at this meeting. Please conduct an inventory of the Patrol Box, complete the attached, Patrol Box Inventory list, Patrol Box Inventory Form and bring it to the meeting;
– Class A Uniforms;
– The Skill of the month is hiking. Please read pages 262-283 in your Handbook.
– Anyone who has a tent from JLT, please return it to the Quartermaster.
Quail Hill Camping Trip– Friday, October 19 to Sunday, October 21. We will be sleeping in tents. Cost is $30. On Saturday, October 20, we will be hiking the historic Battle of Monmouth Trail. Any scout completing this 11 mile hike can earn a medal. If you are interested in receiving the medal, please add $6 to your payment. The permission slip for this trip is attached here. All payments are due by this Friday, October 5, 2018.
Adventure Park of Long Island Trip– Flyer Attached- Saturday, October 27 at 1 pm. Cost is $45 per climber. Parents are welcome. Anyone climbing must complete a waiver prior to arriving. Click here to complete the waiver- https://www.smartwaiver.com/auto/?auto_waiverid=535fff12b309f&auto_tag=r836069 . Payment is due by Friday, October 12, 2018.
Joe Ferretti’s Eagle Project- this Saturday, October 6 at 8:30 am in Richmondtown, 441 Clarke Avenue. See attached flyer here . Please try to attend to help out your fellow scout.
My Eagle project will take place at Historic Richmond Town, 441 Clarke Ave. 10306, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6TH @ 8:30 AM with a rain date of SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7TH. We will be meeting in the main parking lot. The project involves scraping and painting of the fence around the courthouse. All supplies/equipment will be provided, as well as breakfast and lunch.
Please let me know if you will be able to attend. You can text/call me at 917-636-2567 or e-mail at email@example.com. Any time given will be greatly appreciated. In addition, this is a great opportunity to fulfill service hours and/or advancement requirements!
Thank you in advance for your support!