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Zach Falasz Eagle Scout Project

Posted on Aug 26 2014 - 10:11pm

Beautification of Lot East of St. Mary’s Church  - Installing a sign and creating a flower garden next to the St. Mary’s vegetable garden

Saturday, September 13, 2014

JP Smith's Eagle Project

Posted on Aug 26 2014 - 10:09pm

We will be mapping the location of amenities (bathrooms, water fountains, tire repair, etc.) on the Constitution Trail on September 27th.  Please meet at Uptown Station at 9:00 AM that morning for coffee, donuts, and a brief debriefing.  If you have a smartphone, please bring it.  A small group of people able to bicycle to a point further down the trail would be needed. I will need lots of volunteers and family members are welcome.  

Mr. King Day

Posted on Aug 11 2014 - 10:36pm

Saturday August 23,   8am - ???

1522 E. Olive, Bloomington

Shooting Sports August Theme - Meeting location change ALL August meetings

Posted on Aug 9 2014 - 1:00pm

Hello Troop 920

As many of you know our theme for August is Shooting Sports, so with that we will be meeting at Darnall's Gun Range on Monday August 4 at 6:30pm sharp.

Fall Camporee - October 17-19 - Shooting Sports

Posted on Jul 24 2014 - 6:28am

Here is the preliminary information on this year's
Fall Camporee:
 
Theme - Shooting Sports
Dates - October 17 - 19
Location - Ingersoll Scout Reservation
Price - TBD

This year we will be holding a joint camporee with the
Lowaneau District at Ingersoll with the theme of shooting
sports.  The exact details are being worked out with the Council Shooting
Sports committee on what we will offer and the best way to do it but we
are intending to have all the ranges open to let Scouts (and maybe adults)
shoot along with other activities related to the various merit badges and
the overall theme of shooting sports. We are also working on having the
Jamboree On The Air available as well as adult leader training.

More information to come as it is received from the council.

Merit Badge Blue Cards 4-1-1

Posted on Jul 24 2014 - 6:27am

Merit Badge Blue Cards

Our scoutmaster's have requested that ALL scouts starting any merit badge must have the Scoutmaster's approval before they start any of the requirements! The scout will need to bring the blue card to the scoutmaster for his signature! This is done so the scoutmaster knows who the merit badge counselor will be as well as what the scout is working on! At that time, the scoutmaster can answer any questions or offer any suggestions to the scout! This process is not something that's new! Over the past few months it has been overlooked and our current Scoutmaster's feel that it needs to be done properly! 

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