• Camp Pouch Permission Slip due 11/26/19
    Troop,

          Attached is the permission slip for Camp Pouch. December 6th to 8th 2019.
    Scouts will be sleeping in lean-to's. This will be cold weather camping low temperature sleeping bags, winter coats, hats, gloves, thermal underwear and warm socks and boots are necessary. This permission slip is due November 26th. Please hand it in promptly.

         $11.00 patrol food money is due December 3rd, please hand this in to your patrol leader.

    If you have any questions I'd be happy to help
    Posted Nov 13, 2019, 2:25 PM by Joseph Horan
  • Hazlet Clean Communities - Sunday, September 29
    We have a Hazlet Clean Communities opportunity on Sunday, September 29. We will be cleaning the area around Veteran's Park following the Hazlet Day Celebration. We understand that this is during our Popcorn Fundraiser and requires yet another investment of your Scouts time. The township specifically reached out to us because they have a real need here following the Hazlet Day Celebration, and we are thorough and reliable.

    Attending this event not only helps raise money for your Troop and provide a service to your community, it also assists Scouts in meeting the conservation related service hours required for advancement.

    If we have at least 50 participants for this event we will raise $500 for the Troop with just 1 hr of work.

    ADVANCEMENT & SOTY
    This will count towards Conservation Related Service Hours, a requirement for rank advancement. This event will also be used as a substitute SOTY event. This means any Scouts that are short a SOTY event who attend a Hazlet Clean Communities event will earn the SOTY award. Scouts must participate for the full time the clean up is running to be credited.

    EVENT INFO:
    September 29 (Sunday) 8AM
    Veteran's Park - 1776 Union Avenue
    We will meet in the parking lot across from the swim club (lower parking lot).

    SAFETY RULES FROM HAZLET CLEAN COMMUNITIES
    NO SANDALS (CLOSED TOED SHOES ONLY), NO SHORTS ABSOLUTELY NO DOGS ALLOWED. 
    If you do not comply with these safety rules, you will not be able to participate in the cleanup.

    The township will provide all materials for the cleanup (you should bring your own work gloves if you have them).
    Don't forget to bring a filled water bottle.

    This Cleanup Helps to Raise Funds for Your Troop
    This is part of a Clean Communities Grant that will provide us with $10 per participant for up to 50 participants, with a maximum of $500 earned. These funds will be deposited into the Troop account to offset Troop expenses.

    This Community Service Project is Open to Non-Scouts
    These hours can count towards National Honor Society, religious or any other community service hour requirements.
    Please share this information with your friends and family.

    Having a respectable turnout for these events ensures that we can continue to participate in them.
    Please email Mr. Borg if you will be able to participate. Include the full name of all those who will be participating in the cleanup; parents, siblings, and friends are welcome.

    This is an opportunity to raise money for your Troop while assisting Hazlet Clean Communities with 1-1.5 hours of community service per event.
    Posted Sep 22, 2019, 6:03 AM by James Borg
  • Hazlet Clean Communities Clean Up - Saturday, August 10
    We have a Hazlet Clean Communities opportunity on Saturday, August 10.

    Attending this event not only helps raise money for your Troop and provide a service to your community, it also assists Scouts in meeting the conservation related service hours required for advancement.

    If we have at least 50 participants for this event we will raise $500 for the Troop with just 1 hr of work.

    ADVANCEMENT & SOTY
    This will count towards Conservation Related Service Hours, a requirement for rank advancement. This event will also be used as a substitute SOTY event. This means any Scouts that are short a SOTY event who attend a Hazlet Clean Communities event will earn the SOTY award. Scouts must participate for the full time the clean up is running to be credited.

    EVENT INFO:
    August 10 (Saturday) 8AM
    Veteran's Park - 1776 Union Avenue
    We will meet by the tennis courts and the stage (lower parking lot).

    SAFETY RULES FROM HAZLET CLEAN COMMUNITIES
    NO SANDALS (CLOSED TOED SHOES ONLY), NO SHORTS ABSOLUTELY NO DOGS ALLOWED. 
    If you do not comply with these safety rules, you will not be able to participate in the cleanup.

    The township will provide all materials for the cleanup (you should bring your own work gloves if you have them).
    Don't forget to bring a filled water bottle.

    This Cleanup Helps to Raise Funds for Your Troop
    This is part of a Clean Communities Grant that will provide us with $10 per participant for up to 50 participants, with a maximum of $500 earned. These funds will be deposited into the Troop account to offset Troop expenses.

    This Community Service Project is Open to Non-Scouts
    These hours can count towards National Honor Society, religious or any other community service hour requirements.
    Please share this information with your friends and family.

    Having a respectable turnout for these events ensures that we can continue to participate in them.
    Please email Mr.Borg if you will be able to participate. Include the full name of all those who will be participating in the cleanup; parents, siblings, and friends are welcome.

    This is an opportunity to raise money for your Troop while assisting Hazlet Clean Communities with 1-1.5 hours of community service per event.
    Posted Jul 24, 2019, 9:26 AM by James Borg
  • Hazlet Clean Communities Clean Ups - June 8 & 15
    We have two Hazlet Clean Communities opportunities coming up on Saturday June 8 and Saturday June 15.

    If we have at least 50 participants each for these two clean ups we will raise an additional $1,000 for the Troop with just 2 hrs of work.

    ADVANCEMENT & SOTY
    This will count towards Conservation Related Service Hours, a requirement for rank advancement. This event will also be used as a substitute SOTY event. This means any Scouts that are short a SOTY event who attend a Hazlet Clean Communities event will earn the SOTY award. Scouts must participate for the full time the clean up is running to be credited.

    EVENT INFO:

    June 8 (Saturday) 7:45AM-9AM at Natco Park (Raritan High School). We will meet in the High School parking lot under the Solar Panels near the entrance to Natco Park.

    June 15 (Saturday) 7:45AM-9AM at Leocadia Park (39 Leocadia Ct., Hazlet, NJ 07730). We will be cleaning Leocadia Park and the surrounding area.

    Having a respectable turnout for these events ensures that we can continue to participate in them.
    Please email Mr.Borg if you will be able to participate. Include the full name of all those who will be participating in the cleanup; parents, siblings, and friends are welcome.

    This is an opportunity to raise money for your Troop while assisting Hazlet Clean Communities with 1-1.5 hours of community service per event.

    The township will provide all materials for the cleanup (you should bring your own work gloves if you have them).
    Don't forget to bring a filled water bottle.

    SAFETY RULES FROM HAZLET CLEAN COMMUNITIES
    NO SANDALS (CLOSED TOED SHOES ONLY), NO SHORTS ABSOLUTELY NO DOGS ALLOWED. 
    If you do not comply with these safety rules, you will not be able to participate in the cleanup.

    This Cleanup Helps to Raise Funds for Your Troop
    This is part of a Clean Communities Grant that will provide us with $10 per participant for up to 50 participants, with a maximum of $500 earned. These funds will be deposited into the Troop account to offset Troop expenses.

    This Community Service Project is Open to Non-Scouts
    These hours can count towards National Honor Society, religious or any other community service hour requirements.

    Please share this information with your friends and family.
    Posted Jun 13, 2019, 9:47 AM by James Borg
  • Permission slip for Camp Ockanickon and BSA Med Form
    Troop

    Attached is the permission slip for Camp Ockanickon,  November 9th to 11th. We will be using their High and low C.O.P.E.course (challenging outdoor personal experience). The high course is open to scouts 13 and older while the low course is open to 12 and under. The fee is $20 per scout unless you have sold $150 or more of popcorn then it's free! Don't forget travel fee $9 and patrol food money $11.

    If you DID NOT attend summer camp you MUST fill out parts A and B of the attached BSA medical form, both scouts and adults., No doctor is needed. just fill out the form to the best of your knowledge. These forms are required by BSA national and assist leaders if the is a medical emergency at camp.
    Ockanickon requires these forms before you are allowed to enjoy the COPE Course.
    Posted Oct 17, 2018, 2:33 PM by Joseph Horan
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