Mandatory Parent Meeting and Court of Honor

Monday, June 1st, 2015
Peace Valley Park
Pavilion # 3
6:00 pm

Please join us for our annual family picnic, a great chance for us to get together and kick off the summer! The troop is providing hot dogs, drinks and Rita’s water ice.

We are asking families with the last name starting with:
A-N to bring a side dish or salad
P-Z to bring a dessert

We need a few boys to commit to staying to help clean up. All trash needs to be emptied and supplies need to be returned to the church. If you can volunteer please let me know.

If you have any questions, please contact Karen Poloniewicz (at Karen_fore@yahoo.com or 267-221-2293) or Lona Drazek (at ldrazek_mk@yahoo.com ).

Directions to the park. Keep in mind the pavilion can be tricky to find.

Take Rt 313 North
Left onto New Galena Road
In about 1.5 miles, make left into SECOND Peace Valley Park entrance
After Myers road, take 1st left into pavilion entrance
Pavilion #3 is on your left (it is unmarked)

Summer Meeting Hours
Starting with the Troop meeting on June 8 meeting time will change to 7 pm for the summer months.
2015 SUMMER CAMP

It is time to register for summer camp!


Troop 6 will be attending No-Be_Bo-Sco in Blairstown, NJ.
the week of July 12th-18th. Please follow this link to register:
Summer Camp Registration


Read additional information about cost, fees and physicals in our Summer Camp Information Flyer. Summer Camp Information Flyer


Remember, every camper and leader needs to complete the BSA Medical forms A,B and C in order to attend. You need to have a physical dated after July 2014 signed by a physician. If you have not had your yearly physical, please schedule it now. There are no exceptions to this rule! BSA medical forms can be found on our website in the frequently used forms section

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Citizenship in the World Merit Badge

Mr. Kane is hosting the Citizenship in the World merit badge class. STARTS MARCH 16TH. To sign-up for this badge a scout has to be at least First Class. If you will be taking this badge, you must see Mr. King and get his approval and a signed merit badge card to bring to our 1st meeting. You should also get a copy of the merit badge book from the troop library, or purchase your own, and READ it! For more information and the dates of the class, please follow the link below. Please note, the first class is March 30th.

Read the full page here!

Family Talent Survey Sheet

Troop 6 runs with the gracious and committed support and participation of our Scouts' parents. Troop 6 Uniformed Leaders and Committee Members volunteer their time to help our Troop live up to its mission, while having fun and enjoying the rewards of our scouts' personal growth.

It takes many volunteers to help the Troop run smoothly and watch the boys learn and succeed. There are many ways to contribute your talents to our scouts. In making the attached survey, your Troop is trying to uncover ways you can enjoy giving assistance. We are asking that at least one parent from every scout participate. Please follow the link and complete our survey.

If you have any questions about this committment or want to learn more about a particular role in the Troop, please contact Jim Rushworth at jrushworth@comcast.net

If you have any problems completing the online survey, contact Melissa King at mhking1@verizon.net

Your cooperation and participation are greatly appreciated!

Complete the survey here

National Youth Leadership Training

2 Weekend Spring Course
March 20-22, & April 17-19, 2015 at Ockanickon Scout Reservation
Cost is $250.00 which includes all meals, camping and materials.
Discount tuition if registered by 2/1.

National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action-packed program designed for councils to provide youth members with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he must KNOW, and what he must DO. The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO. The skills come alive during the week as the patrol goes on a Quest for the Meaning of Leadership.

NYLT is a six-day course. Content is delivered in a troop and patrol outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment. Interconnecting concepts and work processes are introduced early, built upon, and aided by the use of memory aids, which allows participants to understand and employ the leadership skills much faster.
Follow this link to register. http://www.buckscountybsa.org/event/1634007

Interested in joining Troop 6?

New members are welcome at any time!

Please contact Melissa King - Our Membership and Marketing Coordinator for more information - membership@troop6-bsa.org

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