2016 Turkey Campout

Download a PDF Flyer for Arrow of Light Scouts and Guests
Download a PDF Flyer for Troop 200 Boy Scouts

Location:

Northwest United Methodist Church
5200 Riverside Drive, Columbus OH 43220

 Cost:  $ 20 – for Scouts
$15 – Guests for Dinner Saturday

Fee Includes:  Friday night cracker barrel, Saturday breakfast, Saturday lunch, Turkey dinner, and Sunday morning grab-n-go breakfast

An amazing turkey dinner with all the trimmings.

Saturday Evening program with a special flag retirement ceremony.

Monster Mash Campout

Full information about the Monster Mash itself is located on the Simon Kenton Council site.

Hiking and Shooting Campout

Ohio State Fair Litter Crew

Dates are 7/30, 7/31, 8/6, 8/7

Please plan on arriving at the church at Noon. We will be meeting there and riding together to the fair. Tickets for entry to the fair/parking passes will be handed out at the time.

The scouts should plan to be in Class B uniform. If they have them the new summer t-shirts are nice as they stand out and generally everyone is wearing the same thing. The scout should plan to bring water bottle and plan for the weather as we do work rain or shine. Bring a raincoat if the weather calls for rain .We will have them take cover in the case of Thunderstorms or worse. Also they will be in the buddy system the entire time.

The scout will get a 30 minute lunch break at 3pm. No food will be provided but they can bring money to buy food from the vendors.

They can also bring their phones in case of emergencies or problems. They are NOT to use them during the periods they are supposed to be working and NOT to be playing games, including Pokemon Go.

Troop 200 is the only BSA troop that gets the privilege to work at the fair each year and get paid for this. They will get paid $60 for working into their scout account. Workers at the fair will be watching to see if we do a good job and we are very noticeable if we are goofing off or not doing a good job.

We will leave the fair at 6pm and head back to the church where you can pick up your Scout.

If you want to pick up your Scout at the fair at 6pm that can be arranged but you need to make arrangements with me ahead of time and then will also need to physically meet with me to pick them up at the fair.

If you have questions feel free to reach out to me via email or cellphone.
Richard Orris
richard.orris@gmail.com
614-353-2552

August Campout – Fishing and Bicycling

Adventure Campout 2016

Advancement Campout 2016

Class B Online Orders Now Available

Scouts and Parents – our Class B wear including polos, long sleeve shirts, t-shirts, hoodies and the famous red fleece jacket are now on sale through our on-line sales site! And as a reminder, this is not a fundraiser for the troop – we negotiated the lowest fees possible for our troop family. Click the link below to visit the on-line site. We will try to have samples at the next few meetings and know the sale ends at midnight on May 1 and we should have the items the items by May 15.  Please note that the fleece jackets run one size larger than usual. Lastly, scouts and leaders can be reimbursed for Class B items if you have appropriate funds in your scout account and you submit a reimbursement to our troop treasurer.

 

The apparel sale for BSA TROOP 200 Class B is now open! Shop online, enter sizes and make payments directly.

Go To: BSA TROOP 200 Class B

But hurry, the apparel sale for BSA TROOP 200 Class B ends on 05/01/16! Don’t miss out on these custom items.

2016 Cooking Campout at Tar Hollow

2016 Simon Kenton Council Youth Training

JLOW

JLOW, Junior Leader Orientation Workshop, the one day event sponsored for youth (Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers and Sea Scouts) just beginning leadership roles in their unit and for Scouts wanting to learn more about how to be a better leader. (It is recommended that Boy Scouts have been in the troop for at least 1 year). There are 2 training tracks to choose from!

Registration

Flyer

NYLT

To qualify for this exciting training, a Scout must be First Class, 13 years of age (14 years of age and older is STRONGLY recommended), and approved by his Scoutmaster. A Venture equivalent outdoor skills and be approved by their unit leader. All participants should have had at least one long-term camping experience and be comfortable living in the outdoors at a camp setting. We expect participants to abide by the Scout Oath and Law, governing all behavior. We expect participants to make decisions based on the principals of the Boy Scout programs, as well as those skills they will be taught as part of the NYLT PROGRAM.

Each course can accommodate up to 48 youth. To ensure the best experience, a maximum of eight participants from one Unit is suggested.

To find out more or if you have questions, please contact:

April- Patty Hisey: NYLT Simon Kenton Council, (614-778-4075)   Register for NYLT – Simon Kenton at Camp Lazarus Here

June- Bill Hohman: NYLT Nagatamen (614-216-3962)   Register for NYLT – Nagatamen at Camp Oyo Here

June- Chip Herr: NYLT True North (614-546-8578)   Register for NYLT – True North at Camp Oyo Here

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