Troop 324 News

"Setting the Standard"

Vol. 1, Issue 1 - December 2015

Welcome to the new Troop 324 newsletter!

A Scout is Thrifty!!! As you all know, it's not cheap to buy ink and paper. After checking a few options, I have decided to go digital with the newsletter. I am hoping that this will also work better for all of you. Now I need your help! If you take pictures during meetings, camp outs, events, please forward them to me so I can possibly use them in our newsletters. Also, if any of you, Scouts or adults, would like to submit an article for the newsletter, please feel free to email me at scout.mom01@hotmail.com

Upcoming Events

December 7th - Troop Court of Honor
December 13th - PLC 3pm, Troop Committee 4pm

December 14th - Troop Christmas Party

December 19th - Summit Climbing Gym Lock-In

December 21st - no meeting

December 28th - no meeting


January 4th - Troop Meeting (Rifle Merit Badge)

January 9th - District Merit Badge College, #1

January 10th - PLC 3pm, Troop Committee 4pm

January 11th - Troop Meeting

January 15th-17th - Shooting Camp

January 18th - Troop Meeting (Rifle Merit Badge)

January 23rd - District Merit Badge College, #2

January 25th - Troop Meeting

About Troop 324

Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Troop 324 is located in Hurst,Texas, just east of Ft. Worth, and chartered by St. Philip Presbyterian Church.

Troop 324 is a member of the Longhorn Council, Roadrunner District and meetings are every Monday evening at 7:30 pm throughout the year.

Reminders

ReCharter fees are due!

The fees are $25.50 (plus $12 if you would like to receive a subscription to Boy's Life). Please make arrangements with Mrs. Mays to pay these as soon as possible if you plan on continuing in the Troop in 2016.


Youth Protection Training

Check your YPT and if it expires in 2015, please make sure you retake the training and get a COPY of your certificate to Mrs. Taylor as soon as possible. Adults must be current on their YPT in order to be rechartered.

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“We must change boys from a ‘what can I get’ to a ‘what can I give’ attitude.” ~ Baden-Powell