J.L.T. and Service Project Gulf Avenue Clean Up


If you received an invite to JLT, Congratulations!

YOU MUST Contact Senior Patrol Member as listed below by Tuesday 9/23/14 to inform them if you are attending or not.

If your Last name ends in:
A through L contact Dean Berato d.berato@aol.com
M through Z Contact Mike Bilotto metfan1100@aol.com

If you cannot make it due to other obligations – this is not a problem. You will still have a leadership position. However you must still contact Senior Patrol as directed either way.

What is JLT? JLT Training is the leadership training given primarily by the Scoutmaster and Assistants to all the youth leaders in their troop. ALL Boy Scout troops should conduct the JLT course with every leadership shift—whether it is when the youth get a new troop position or a patrol leadership role.

Meet at Shed 4:30 PM Sharp Friday September 26, 2014
Class B Uniforms
Camping- Sleeping in Tents
Food – Adults are Cooking-No Patrol Cooking
No Backpacks– Use a soft Bag or Duffle /gym Bag

Must Bring:
1)Permission Slip, signed by Parent /Guardian (Click here to download)
2)$10.00 Pay for Trip (food& Transportation)
3)A Cup to Drink out of
4)Pack a sandwich for Friday dinner (not stopping)
5)Appropriate clothing for cooler temperatures.

Camping/Folding Chair –Recommended


Troop 37 Service Project Gulf Avenue Clean Up
Saturday September 27, 2014

In return for Troop 37 Scouts participation in this clean- up along Gulf Avenue the Staten Island Marine Development offered the Boy Scouts of America, Greater New York Council a sizable donation.

All Scouts not attending JLT – Please show your Troop 37 and Scout Spirit by participating. Parents  are welcome to assist!!!!!!!!

Roadside Trash Clean up along Gulf Avenue.

What time should the boys arrive? 9:30 AM.

Roughly, how long will the clean-up be? 10:00 AM-11:30 AM

Afterwards, SIMD will provide lunch at a restaurant of your choice (Five Guys?).

We will meet at Staten Island Marine Development, LLC (SIMD) office at 201 Edward Curry Ave, New York, NY 10314 and go through a quick debriefing on safety, etc.

What equipment will be provided for the boys?
SIMD to ensure the safety of our Scouts will provide all required safety equipment, including high visibility safety vests, road cones, and trash bags, Gloves, and Water.

All time spent there will count as Service hours towards advancement.

Please let Assistant Scoutmaster Vincent Villani know if you will be able to volunteer email your reply to VVill53584@aol.com or Call him on the phone number provided in the email from Mr. Di Trani on Friday, Sept. 19th.

We need to provide a headcount. The safety of our Scouts is our priority; we will be working with the Marine Development to ensure the site is safe.

This is a great opportunity for our Scouts to get involved in the community and great opportunity for exposure for Staten Island scouting.

A very short description of the company.–Staten Island Marine Development, LLC (SIMD) specializes in the redevelopment of environmentally impacted maritime sites and the construction of sustainable industrial infrastructure. SIMD is implementing a redevelopment program on the former GATX Oil Storage facility, a 676 acre tract of land located on Staten Island adjacent to the Arthur Kill.

More good info about SIMD at http://simd.com/

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