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January 17th, 2019 Committee meeting

Troop 75
Committee Meeting, January 17, 2019

The following were in attendance:
Bobby Bradford, Roger Brand, Barbara Gorman, Sarah Blaesing, James Blaesing, Nicole John, Tara Hampton, Mary Ellen Yeomans, Chris Hayden and Michele Salas

Outings – Barbara Gorman
Merit Badge recap
Scouts from 18 different troops attend, the farthest being Peachtree City
76 scouts attended
24 scouts were from Troop 75
Donations from clinic totaled $1100.00
1/25 – 1/26/2019 – Escalade lock-in, 20 scouts signed up
2/1 – 2/3/2019 – Caving – Howards Waterfall Cave with camping at Cloudland Canyon., 6 scouts signed up
2/9/2019 – Scout Mass
2/10/2019 – Disability Awareness Merit Badge, 3 scouts signed up
The Cooler, 10800 Davis Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30009
5:30 – 7:30
During scout breakout on 2/4, scouts will work on prerequisites
3/22 – 3/23/2019 – Scout Challenge, Bert Adams
$ 51 per scout includes registration, food and transportation
$32 per adult
4/12 – 4/14/2019 – New Scout camp out – Allatoona
Older scouts will arrive on 4/12
New scouts will arrive on 4/13 in the AM.
Return on 4/14 at 9AM
6/16 – 6/22/2019 – Summer Camp
$375 includes food
$175 for adults

Fundraising – Tara Hampton
Camp cards will be available for pickup on February 2
Pine straw sales
Purchase price of bales is $3.75.
We will sell the bales for $4.75.
Scout/Troop breakdown is $0.75 Scout/$0.25 troop
Church will purchase 500 bales and scouts will spread the pine straw.
Tara will send out Sign-up Genius for scouts to assist in spreading pine straw.
Dates to sell at church are Feb. 3, 10 and 24
Sara will request tables for sale dates
3/11/2019 – Last day to place orders
3/16/2019 – Pine straw pick up 9 – 12 AM
Barbara will take care of putting announcement in bulletin and adding flyers

Philmont –
5 scouts from Troop 75 and 2-3 adults from Troop 75
No response from 1776 to fill remaining spots

Other Topics
Seabase 2020 – Keys Adventure
7 people signed up.
May 28 – June 3, 2020.
Cost: $950.00 + travel expenses

Pack Crossover – February 25
7 boys from the Pack – Troop will purchase neckerchief, epilets and troop number
5 girls from another Pack will participate in the crossover (Kess will take care of above purchases for the girls)

New Parent Meeting – March 4
Discuss at next Committee Meeting what we want to provide to new parents and how we want to present various Troop information to the parents

Bobby ordered 2 dozen neckerchiefs
Will look into ordering t-shirts for new scouts

OA Elections – January 28
What OA (Order of the Arrow) is about: For over 100 years, the Order of the Arrow (OA) has recognized Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. This recognition provides encouragement for others to live these ideals as well. Arrowmen are known for maintaining camping traditions and spirit, promoting year-round and long term resident camping, and providing cheerful service to others. OA service, activities, adventures, and training for youth and adults are models of quality leadership development and programming that enrich and help to extend Scouting to America’s youth.
Link to Membership Requirements:
Scouts that qualify for OA Elections: Ethan, DJ and Liam