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Troop 799 - Tigard, OR
Tigard Swim Center April 24th All Webelos Welcome PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Kirkpatrick   
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 21:01

 

Troop 799 at the Tigard Swim Center.

8680 SW Durham Road, Tigard, 97223

This is an invite to all Boy Scouts in Troop 799 and any Webelos in the area that would like to join us. Come to have fun and meet the boys and adults in our troop.  For the Boy Scouts we will start with the BSA swim test and work on any rank advancement they might need. If you wish you can work on your Swimming Merit badge, please let me know ahead of time.  The Webelos can work on any swimming related activities, or just come and have fun.  If you wish to attend please Rsvp to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  I would like to get a head count.  I hope to see as many of you as can make it.

This outing is also open to all family members.

Date: Sunday  April  24th  Time: 4:00 pm Swimming to start sharply at 4:15pm-6:15pm

Dean Kirkpatrick

ASM

503-329-1050

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 March 2016 21:09
 
Sandboarding Camping (April 1-3) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kerry Krieske   
Monday, 15 February 2016 20:35
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Jessie M. Honeyman State Park is situated half way up the Oregon coast and three miles south of Florence on scenic Highway 101. It is the second largest overnight camp in the state. There are two miles of sand dunes between the park and the ocean and two natural freshwater lakes within the park.

We will arrive and set up camp Friday night. Saturday morning we will go to Sand Master Park in Florence to rent sand boards and do some preliminary runs at the park. We will then take the boards back to camp and continue boarding on the dunes near camp. In addition to the troop permission slip, every attendee must bring a signed liability waiver for Sand Master Park (name should be parent / son). Scouts should bring money so as to rent the boards they want to use. The current prices for 24 hour rental at Sand Master's is:

$10 - Discount Sandboards, Skim & Boogie boards
$16 - Standard Sandboards & Sleds
$20 - Performance Sandboards
$25 - Pro Sandboards, Surfboards, Bicycles & Full Size Sandboard

If we can rent 10 or more boards five days or more before arrival, then there will be $4 off each standard board rental.

Individuals should plan on bringing their own sack dinner or money for a food stop on the way Friday night. Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday breakfast and lunch will be patrol style cooking.

INSTRUCTIONS: Scout and parent discuss this outing and together make a decision to attend (or not). If attending, turn in (or mail) the fees and permission slip to the troop scribe by the due date. The Troop Scribe will not accept verbal confirmations, and he will cut of accepting Scouts on the due date. Be prepared and plan ahead.

Meet Date: Fri Apr 1, 2016

Time: 5:00 PM

Meet at: Calvin Church

Return Date: Sun Apr 3, 2016

Time: 5-7 PM

Return: Homes

Fee: $35 by Tue Mar 22, 2016

Due to: Troop Scribe

Outing Leader: Kerry Krieske ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Phone: 503-200-0330

Attachments:
Download this file (Liability Waiver 2015.pdf)Sand Master Park Liability Waiver[ ]2349 Kb16/02/16 13:33
Download this file (Sandboarding Permission.pdf)Permission Slip[ ]528 Kb15/02/16 21:48
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 February 2016 13:33
 
Oxbow Park Day Hike PDF Print E-mail
Written by Muralt   
Friday, 11 March 2016 21:23

The High Adventure group is inviting you and your FAMILY to come with us on a day hike at Oxbow Park.  The Sunday Oregonian recently featured this in an article of 10 perfect rainy day hikes around Oregon.  Oxbow Regional Park (operated by Metro) is a 1,000-acre natural area park located ten miles southeast of Troutdale along the Sandy River (next to the YMCA Camp Collins).  The area’s natural habitat makes an ideal home for wildlife such as mink, beaver, raccoon, fox, deer, osprey, elk, black bear, and cougar.

We'll meet at the church at 8:40AM. Bring a sack lunch / snacks, a couple liters of water, your 10 essentials, and appropriate clothing (rain gear).  Scouts who want to practice for backpacking should bring a pack which weighs more than needed for this hike, or even pack what you'd bring for an overnight trip.

Please download the information and permission slip for more information.

Attachments:
Download this file (Oxbow Park Day Hike Info.pdf)Oxbow Park Day Hike Info.pdf[Oxbow Park Day Hike Info]1835 Kb11/03/16 21:30
Download this file (Oxbow Park Day Hike Troop 799 Outing Permission Slip.pdf)Oxbow Park Day Hike Troop 799 Outing Permission Slip.pdf[Oxbow Permission Slip]968 Kb11/03/16 21:31
Last Updated on Friday, 11 March 2016 21:39
 
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