November has a number of events. Scouting for Food, Leadership Training, Tree Lot Set-up, Tree unloading, and Tree Sales. The newsletter, Google calendar, and Scoutbook.com has further details.
December Annual planning meeting has been moved to December 13th from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. The annual pinewood derby race follows the meeting. See Scoutbook.com for race details.
Next years calendar is beginning to be filled in from summer camps and Court of Honors. Please look over the possible dates of events. At the annual planning meeting, bring your ideas, any needed changes, and personal calendars to finish up the schedule
Some upcoming adventures include:
- Winter campout January
- Family winter campout February 18-20th
- Spring Break March 27 to 31 adventure
- Willow Creek 2017 in August
- Camp Wilson in May
- Camp Meriwether July 1st to July 8th (summer camp)
- Backpacking August 3rd to 7th
This is just a few of the many upcoming monthly activities! Then, there is the weekly meeting activities.
Scouting for Food flyer distribution will occur on Sunday November 6th from 3:30 to 5:30 pm and Tuesday November 8th from 4 to 6 pm (instead of a meeting).
Meet at the corner of Shenandoah Dr and E Mortimer Dr. Families welcomed to join us. This will be an afternoon of walking the surrounding neighborhood and dropping off the flyer. Pack 33 will be picking up the donations on the following Saturday.
A weekend of leadership training, games, and activities. November 12th to 13th. More details to follow.
Rockets, planes, games, outdoor skills activities and more is planned for the campout. This is a good time to complete many requirements, practice others, enjoy some science activities, and enjoy Idaho fall desert.
Updated October 12
Leaving First Pres at 12 am on Saturday October 15th
Returning by noon Sunday
Note: We will adjust plans depending upon weather. The area is not expected to hit hard by the planned storms. But, should that change, we will head by late Saturday.
Fall desert camping gear – warm during day and chilly during night with a periods of strong wind. Day hiking gear needed.
$10 for food and supplies
Sage needs your help on completing his Eagle project. We will be leaving Friday September 16th at 6:30 pm to camp the night in the Idaho City area. Then, Saturday spend the day working on Sage’s project.
The troop will be meeting at Eastwind Community Church with other troops on September 6. The troop meeting at this location has a guest speaker visiting. Families and friends are welcomed to join us.
Eastwind Community Church (sanctuary).
4750 S. Surprise Way,
Boise, ID 83716
6:30 – 8:00
Changed. We will be heading to the McCall area instead. See other posting or Scoutbook.com for more information.
The troop will be camping in Stanley area. There is a large number of items possible from hikes into the mountains, canoe or such on Red Fish Lake, fishing. Scouts will be planning out the activities in the next few weeks. Please send your activity ideas.
A free night at the ball park! Join us August 9th for an evening watching the Boise Hawks baseball. Please send an RSVP if you plan to attend. Families, friends, and Scouts are invited to attend. We have a large number but limited number of tickets. If you cannot attend but would like to attend another night, please contact David. Meet at ball park.
No Meeting on August 2nd. Instead, the troop will be meeting August 4th. See calendar or announcement for details.
Troop 33 will be holding a BBQ and conducting a flag ceremony on Thursday at 6 p.m. Meet at Julia Davis park Boise Pavilion by the boat house – about Julia Davis Dr. and 3rd Street. The evening will be a potluck, activities, and flag ceremony.