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• First Aid Night: Scouts needing to complete First Aid Requirements for Tenderfoot, Second Class, or First Class should bring their handbooks for sign off and study in advance to complete the First Aid requirements for their next rank. Scouts who have completed First Aid through First Class should come to do a good review to compliment prior work. Star Scouts working to complete the Life Scout Rank will be instructing using the EDGE method in separate areas for TF, 2nd, and 1st Class ranks under the advise of adult first aid mentors. gas bloating back pain A First Aid Baseball Game will follow. We will also be having the Fire Department CPR Class on January 9th.

• During the troop meeting this week Scouts who have not yet signed up for the February 9th Merit Badge Fair will have a chance to do that – one at a time – with Dave Ragsdale at the troop computer. Each Scout is encouraged to signup for at least two merit badge classes and the lunch at the Merit Badge Fair sponsored by Troop 100! To signup on your own, go to the troop website at www.troop100eugene.com and click on Merit Badge Fair in the menu on the left hand side of the page.

• Since Marine Colonel Bill Hendricks founded Toys for Tots in 1947, Toys for Tots has collected and distributed more than 530 million toys to more than 244 million needy children. They say it all started with a rag doll made of yarn, a couple’s charitable spirit, and one determined Marine! Come on out and make this a part of your Christmas.

• Signup for the Harvest Dinner Camp at the BLM Clay Creek Recreational Site this weekend, November 30 – December 2nd. The troop will provide and assign a main item dish (turkey, ham, salmon, etc.) for each patrol to prepare in a dutch oven or otherwise at the Harvest Dinner. gas cap light Thanks to everyone who has emailed their attendance in advance and what they intend to bring as a main or side dish to the Harvest Dinner Campout!

• Registration has opened for the 2019 Merit Badge Fair – sponsored by Troop 100 – on February 9, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., LDS Church, 3500 West 18th Avenue, Eugene. Study the site and signup early, as some silver border badge classes fill quickly. To register, go to the Troop 100 website at www.troop100eugene.com and click on Merit Badge Fair in the left hand menu. m gasbuddy app It is not necessary to sign into the site for the Merit Badge Fair page to display.

• The time for the Friday departure will be confirmed at the troop meeting this Wednesday depending on the needs of the final signup and will be further confirmed by email after the meeting, but likely will be at 4:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. or both depending on interest. There will be a Cracker Barrel Friday evening after setup at the site for all. Families are welcome to come out anytime on Saturday. There will be a special lunch for the cooks and others onsite at noon with the Harvest Dinner not starting before 6:00 p.m. The Harvest Dinner camp out to the BLM Clay Creek Recreation Site is a large Picnic Shelter with a massive stone fireplace. e gaskell Come and enjoy an authentic Harvest Dinner prepared in the wild prepared by the Scouts and interested leaders and parents. Learn and practice pioneer dutch oven cooking. Sign up for what interests you and the troop will also be providing a main item for each patrol to cook. The Championship Hoagie Smokes BBQ Team will prepare the prime rib. electricity voltage in norway Maybe you have an outdoor specialty to offer that the troop hasn’t yet tried! Scout skills will be honed including fire building, axe and knife, nature trail, wildlife tracking and so forth. Enjoy the campfire Saturday evening.

• Registration has opened for the 2019 Merit Badge Fair – sponsored by Troop 100 – on February 9, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., LDS Church, 3500 West 18th Avenue, Eugene. Study the site and signup early, as some classes fill quickly. To register, go to the Troop 100 website at www.troop100eugene.com and click on Merit Badge Fair in the left hand menu. gas house edwards co It is not necessary to sign into the site for the Merit Badge Fair page to display.

• Signup has begun for our Harvest Dinner camp out to the BLM Clay Creek Recreation Site in the Picnic Shelter with the massive stone fireplace. Come and enjoy an authentic Harvest Dinner prepared in the wild by the Scouts and interested leaders and parents. Learn and practice pioneer dutch oven cooking. Sign up for what interests you such as turkey cooked in a trash can with charcoal, turkey in a dutch oven, or turkey boiled in peanut oil! The Championship Hoagie Smokes BBQ Team will prepare the prime rib. Maybe you have an outdoor specialty to offer that the troop hasn’t yet tried!

• Wesley Church has requested a volunteer Life Scout to perform an Eagle Project completing the next phase of the labyrinth project in the Poppen Community Garden by putting in plantings behind the labyrinth in the back corner of the church property, along with benches. The project would require that a Scout research the best plants to use, select them (with input from the church team), plant them, make a plan for irrigation, install irrigation for that area, and place the benches (which the church expects to have from donations from church members). Please advise me or email rushhoag@comcast.net if you are interested in this project.

• Registration has opened for the 2019 Merit Badge Fair – sponsored by Troop 100 – on February 9, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., 3500 West 18th Avenue, Eugene. Study the site and signup early, as some classes fill quickly. 2015 electricity increase To register, go to the Troop 100 website at www.troop100eugene.com and click on Merit Badge Fair in the left hand menu. It is not necessary to sign into the site for the Merit Badge Fair page to display.

• The troop departs Wesley Church by 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 10th with a staff guided tour on the Wildlife Safari Bus at 10:00 a.m., followed by a close encounter in the open top Safari vans with feeding of the giraffes at 11:30 a.m. Troop lunch at noon in the Village followed by a show involving the ambassador animals in the dome, leaving at 1:30 p.m. for close encounters and feedings with the elephants and staff feeding of the lions.