Friday, May 31, 2019

Summer Uniform season has begun & ALL are invited to participate in Monday's hike to DQ

Hi, all. A couple of clarifying points on Monday's Troop meeting activity. Reminder, we are gathering to leave from St. Odilia at 6:30, NOT our normal 7pm. So please arrive early.
1. ALL Scouts, Parents and Siblings are invited to join us on the hike to DQ, not just those planning to attend the South Dakota trip. Any Scouts not attending the campout can pack a backpack in solidarity with their fellow Scouts or they can just hike along with the group. It is a good exercise to prepare for future hiking and backpacking actives.
2. Monday's meeting kicks off the summer season for Troop meetings, meaning Class B shirts can be worn in place of the Class A Tan shirt, now through Labor Day. (If you are scheduling a Board of Review at a meeting in the Summer, the Class A should be worn) If you are in need of a larger Class B shirt, they can be purchased for $7 or we have some used shirts to give out. If your Scout has outgrown their shirt and does not have a younger sibling, we welcome donations to be able to hand down to younger scouts.

Reminders from the original Hiking activity email:
- If you have hiking boots you've outgrown and are willing to donate, please being them
- TENTS: We need ALL Troop tents to be cleaned and returned ASAP. Troop Tent instructions and the check in form can be found at http://www.scouting626.com/camping/troop-tent-instructions
- If you have a hiking backpack to loan to others taking the trip to SD, please bring it

From our SD Camp SPL - Phoenix Mordick:

Hello.

For our Troop meeting this coming Monday, we will be gathering at 6:30 and our activity will be a hike to dairy queen! We plan to be back to St. O's at eight thirty. Please bring money to make your own purchase at dairy queen.
Scouts should Pack a backpack like you are going on an overnight hike, using the packing list below and the ten essentials from the Scout Handbook or at http://www.scouting626.com/camping.

The hike will be around three miles in all. I would suggest you come early so we can prepare before the hike.

I hope to see you there.
- Hiking Boots
- Two pairs of socks
- One extra pair of pants and shirt
- Sleeping pad
- Sleeping bag
- 2 Liters+ of water in whatever containers you own
- One rain coat
- One warm layer
- Mess kit
- Small first aid kit
- Compass for everyone
+ 10 essentials: http://www.scouting626.com/camping

Phoenix Mordick
Camp SPL

Upcoming events for Troop 9626 B:

Jun 03 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jun 08-11 - South Dakota 5:30am @ Black Hills
Jun 17 - PLC 6:30pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jun 17 - Parents Meeting 7:30pm @ St. Odilia St. Monica's Room
Jun 24 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 01 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 08 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 15 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 22 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 27-Aug 3 - Tomahawk Summer Camp

Thursday, May 30, 2019

SD trip health forms and Medications

Hello Scouts, Scouters and Parents
Our trip to South Dakota is just around the corner!
We will be Collecting Health Forms, Medications and loading the trailers on Friday night
Health Forms applies to ALL (PARENTS, SIBLINGS, SCOUTS and LEADERS) participants—in basic Scouting activities such as local tours and weekend camping trips less than 72 hours in duration. I have attached the necessary form. Please also bring a current photo copy of insurance cards.
If you were at the last campout in MAY we have your health form on file.
Please Bring this form Either MONDAY or FRIDAY night. We do not want to have to delay our long drive by checking health forms and medications on Saturday AM
Please bring your Scouts' medication for the trip on Friday night as well.
You should send enough medication for the trip with a few extra pills; Not the entire quantity. Please bring all medications to be administered in their original bottles. The bottles contain all necessary information if it is needed.
You may consider asking your pharmacy for smaller sized bottles with labels that you can send on scouting trips. Your pharmacy is always willing to print a CURRENT label for medications.
There will be a table on FRIDAY night to drop off health forms and medications.
I will be at the meeting on Monday night if you have questions.
Thank you ahead of time for our cooperation.

Sincerely,

Anne Moe
amoexx2@gmail.com
612-812-4291

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Monday Meeting Hike to DQ

Hello.

Starting on monday, at 6:30 we will be doing a hike to dairy queen. it will probably end at eight thirty.
Pack like you are going on the overnight hike, but Only pack the packing list below, money for dairy queen, and the ten essentials.
The hike will be around three miles in all. I would suggest you come early so we can prepare before the hike.
I hope to see you there.
- Hiking Boots
- Two pairs of socks
- One extra pair of pants and shirt
- Sleeping pad
- Sleeping bag
- Two Nalgenes of water full.
- One rain coat
- One warm layer
- Mess kit
- Small first aid kit
- Compass for everyone
+ 10 essentials: http://www.scouting626.com/camping

- If you have hiking boots you've outgrown to donate, please being them
- TENTS: We need ALL Troop tents back ASAP
- If you have a hiking backpack to loan, please bring it
Phoenix Mordick
Camp SPL

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Colby Revised Eagle Project dates June 1 and June 9

Hello Troop,
The second work day for my Eagle project has been moved to Sunday ,June 9th from 7-8 pm at the Evergreen Ballfields. I changed the date so that there was time for the paint to cure before installation. The sign up genius (Super Smart Sign Up) reflects these changes. There are still slots available on all of the days if you are willing and able to help.

Thanks
Colby Zupancich

My apologies, I resent the original too soon - PLB

Colby Z Eagle Project June 1-2

Hello Troop members-

I will be having my Eagle Project work days on Saturday, June 1 9:00 am-12:00 pm, 3:00 pm-6:00 pm. and Sunday, June 2 12:00 pm-2:00 pm.

My project is building and installing 12 baseball shaped distance signs for the Evergreen Park Ball Fields in Roseville, MN.

During the first work day we will be cutting, drilling, sanding and painting the wooden signs at my house- 912 Millwood Ave Roseville, MN On the second work day we will be installing the signs at the fields. Evergreen Park 1810 County Road B West---(at the SE corner of Fairview Ave and County Road B)

Food will be provided.
Protective eyewear and masks will be provided.
** Please bring work gloves**

A few of the steps require volunteers ages 16 and up, but there are plenty of jobs for younger scouts, so everyone is invited.

Here is the link to the sign up genius
Super Smart Sign Up
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050E48AAAF2DA75-colbys

Hope to see you there so we can make this project a slam dunk.
Colby Zupancich

Kai Eagle Project Saturday

Hello Troop,

This Saturday I will be conducting my final work day for my Eagle Scout project.

My Eagle Scout project is to mulch a path and refurbish a bridge in Valley Park Roseville. The path and bridge are done, but now I have some left over mulch.

The plan for Saturday is to carry buckets with mulch around the path, filling out any shallow areas and filling in some pallets.

I am currently watching the weather, and Saturday looks like a go. If we have weather on Saturday the work will be moved to Sunday.

My shifts are 9-12 and 12-3, the address to the park is 790 Millwood Avenue Roseville MN.

I'm excited to see you there!

Kai Stemm

Monday, May 27, 2019

Monthly Committee Member Check-in

Hello Fellow Scouters
I am going to do things a little differently as I step into my new role as Committee Chair.
Our next meeting is June 17th, 2019.
I am hopeful this will help with continuity within our troop, clarify roles, reduce duplication of work, and ensure we are utilizing our resources and time efficiently.

I have created a google form for each member to share where they are with their portion of a team

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeCGVmcI9Jdk8Ia3nSIDhAwMDkx8cbXqH77GpJanTKHYR5trw/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1

I will share viewing access to the spread sheet for each of you so you can see where we are at a quick glance.
I will send out a link for this form 1 week before our monthly meetings.
Thank you in advance for filling out the form each month regardless if you can attend!

Sincerely,

Anne Moe
amoexx2@gmail.com

Framed hiking backpacks

Good afternoon Parents,
We are hosting a practice hike on June 3rd. Information for which is coming soon.
This hike is to be sure the youth participating in the June South Dakota trip have the gear necessary to be successful.
We have a few scouts in need of Packs. If you have a framed, external or internal that you would be willing to lend a scout please bring it to the June 3rd Meeting.
Additionally if any scouts have outgrown their hiking boots and you are willing to donate them please bring them as well, as we will likely have some scouts that need hiking boots as well.

For the South Dakota trip all scouts will need a pair of hiking boots and a framed Pack.

As always thank you for your generosity.

Monday, May 20, 2019

Tonight: Patrol Elections, Parent help unloading Trailer, TENTS, Black Hills Planning (BAckpacking, Food)


We have a busy night tonight:

1) Parent Help Needed: We need some parents to help unload the Loftus trailer and troop trailer and put stuff away. Thank you to Mr. Loftus for loaning us your trailer so we could attend BOTH events in a single weekend.

2) Patrol Elections: Come and vote for your new Patrol Leader. The Patrol leader helps run the patrol and brings your interests to the PLC where they help plan the awesome meetings and outings. Those First Class and above are eligible. This is a Position of Responsibility that counts towards advancement and each patrol MUST have a Patrol leader.

3) TENTS, TENTS, TENTS: If you took a tent home last night and managed to get it completely dry and repacked, we will take it back. If it's NOT dry yet, It is important to keep the equipment in good condition that it gets dried and cleaned before you return it at a Troop meeting but we need them ASAP. There is an article on the scouting626.com website on tent care. There is also a link on this page to fill out a form to let us know about the condition the tent is in before you return it. Please fill it out even if the tent is in perfect condition so we have record of it. http://www.scouting626.com/camping/troop-tent-instructions

4) Backpacking presentation: Ryan, Dante, and Mr. Hills will be presenting on Backpacking in preparation for our South Dakota trip!

5) Food Prep for South Dakota: do you like to eat well? You'll want to help plan!

Thanks,

Paul Blincow

Last Call for South Dakota Camping registration is tomorrow, May 21st

Hello, all. We need a final headcount to prepare for the South Dakota extended weekend trip from Saturday, June 8 to Tuesday, June 11. Families are welcome to register and join us at the main camp, but only Scouts and select leaders will go on the overnight backpacking adventure. Families will stay in the main camp and manage their own activities for that 24 hour window that the Scouts will be gone, but are welcome to join us for our other activities and adventures. It should be a great time of sightseeing, camping adventures and outdoor cooking. We will have our annual cooking contest in base camp one evening as well. Please read more on the Scouting website and register all attendees separately using this link. http://www.scouting626.com/camping/camping-events/june2019-blackhills

Mike Bailey on behalf of the Camping Coordinators


Upcoming events for Troop 626:

May 20 - Troop mtg/SD planning 7pm @ St. Odilia's School
May 27 - No Meeting - Memorial Day 7pm
Jun 03 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jun 08-11 - South Dakota 5:30am @ Black Hills
Jun 17 - PLC 6:30pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jun 17 - Parents Meeting 7:30pm @ St. Odilia St. Monica's Room
Jun 24 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 01 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 08 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 15 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Colby Z Eagle Project June 1-2

Hello Troop members-

I will be having my Eagle Project work days on Saturday, June 1 9:00 am-12:00 pm, 3:00 pm-6:00 pm. and Sunday, June 2 12:00 pm-2:00 pm.

My project is building and installing 12 baseball shaped distance signs for the Evergreen Park Ball Fields in Roseville, MN.

During the first work day we will be cutting, drilling, sanding and painting the wooden signs at my house- 912 Millwood Ave Roseville, MN On the second work day we will be installing the signs at the fields. Evergreen Park 1810 County Road B West---(at the SE corner of Fairview Ave and County Road B)

Food will be provided.
Protective eyewear and masks will be provided.
** Please bring work gloves**

A few of the steps require volunteers ages 16 and up, but there are plenty of jobs for younger scouts, so everyone is invited.

Here is the link to the sign up genius
Super Smart Sign Up
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050E48AAAF2DA75-colbys

Hope to see you there so we can make this project a slam dunk.
Colby Zupancich

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Ripley group is coming home tonight around 10pm

Sorry if this message is not relevant for you, but we are trying to get word out as efficiently as possible.

Due to persistent wind, cold and rain, the Ripley Rendezvous group will be packing up camp after dinner and heading home TONIGHT. We hope to be home by or around 10pm. Scouts will call their parents from the cars when we have a more specific ETA. Please make sure the Scouts profile is up to date in Scoutbook with phone numbers so we can reach you if the Scout cannot remember how to call their parents.

If we need to provide transportation home for Scouts, please reply to this email with your phone number and address so we can make those arrangements.

Mike Bailey
Cell 651-797-9100

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

*READ ME* Ripley Rendezvous this weekend!

Good Morning Scouters!
Ripley Rendezvous is upon us! It is time to steel your selves for a great time.

To have the best time possible we need you to have a couple of things ready.

First please fill out and bring a new Health form. Link provided. This is part A and B only, does not need a physicians signature.
LINK:https://filestore.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf
Scouts cannot participate without it.

Please bring the following packing list:
- We Travel in Class A uniforms
- bring your class B T-shirts!
- RAIN GEAR!!
- personal hygiene equipment (have a way to brush your teeth)
- Sleeping Bag @ pillow if you wish
- flashlight
- WATER BOTTLE, YOU WILL NEED IT
- Tick repellent
- Sunscreen
- your personal medications
- your scout Handbook

Ripley will have a trading post, so if you wish to bring some mad money they will be selling snacks, t-shirts, burgers, hot dogs, and more.

We leave from St. Odilia back parking lot at 1730 (5:30pm) Friday
We arrive back to St. Odilia at 1300 (1:00pm) on Sunday

We will have the time of our lives at camp Ripley this year!!

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

2 Spots still open for Ripley this weekend for only $35 each - Also Ripley Prep Notes

We still have 2 open spots on our Troop roster for Camp Ripley this weekend. If you are interested, we are offering a reduced cost of only $35 to join us. The spots have already been paid for by the Troop, so we would prefer to have participants vs. leaving the spots open. This opportunity is only offered once every 4 years. Please reply to this email to sign up.

For those who are joining us this weekend, here are your Ripley Camping Prep and Final Notes:

We will meet in the back parking lot of St. Odilia at 5:00 on Friday and will be leaving at 5:30. We need to leave on time to make it up there and setup before dark.
We plan to return to St. Odilia on Sunday by 1pm. As a note, we will be attending Catholic mass at camp early Sunday morning. No electronics on the ride for this campout.

Scouts need their Full Class A's including scarves for the ride as well as Saturday evening program and Sunday mass. All Scouts should also bring a Class B T-Shirt for activities on Saturday to wear over a long sleeve shirt if needed. We have been specifically advised NOT to wear any camouflage clothing. If you do not have a Class B T-Shirt yet, please reply with the T-Shirt size, keeping in mind Scouts usually grow.

Rain is expected both Saturday and Sunday with temps only in the 40s. A full rain suit is a must to stay dry and warm as possible. Walmart has Frog Toggs rain suits for only $20 if you need to pick one up before Friday. If they do not have waterproof footwear, Scouts are encouraged to bring their winter boots along with their normal footwear, so they will always have something dry to wear. Extra changes of clothes, including socks is a great idea for comfort and safety. No reason to pack light for this trip.

A Day Pack will also be needed to carry water, rain gear and other supplies around during activities. Having the day pack in the car with a full water bottle and flashlight on the way up to camp would be a good idea.

If this is your first camping experience with the Troop, the BSA Health Form is required for ALL attending members, youth and adult. They will not let us in camp without forms for all participants. Only parts A&B are needed to be filled out and signed. The form can be downloaded at this link. https://filestore.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf If you have camped with the Troop, we have your health form on file and will bring it for you.

Here is a list of recommended gear:
• Clothing appropriate for temps in the 40s and 50s including extra clothing to change into when wet or cold.
• Personal hygiene items
• Flashlight
• Extra Footwear
• Personal Medication
• Health Forms
• Rain Gear
• Sleeping Bags
• Sleeping mat
• Water Bottle
• Tick/bug Repellent
Optional Items:
• Money for Trading Post
• Pillow
• Gloves and hat
• Camera

See you all Friday!

Did you end up with the wrong shirt?

Good Morning Troop,

Can you please check your Class A shirts and make sure you don't have an extra or the wrong shirt? Nick Moeller cannot find his after the Ski Trip. It was an adult small of the newer style, brand new with 9626 green numbers on it.

Now would also be a GREAT time to have your scouts label their Brown Class A's and T-Shirt Class B's because they all look alike and are difficult to tell apart. I label the tags or inside the collar in sharpie.

PLB

Do you have a troop Tent? We need it ASAP

Good morning Troop,

Why is camping so Exciting? It's In-Tents? ;-) But in order to CAMP, we need you to CLEAN and RETURN the tents and tarps / floor savers you used last camp out.
You can return the tents to Mr. Sturgis' or Mr. Blincow's house or between 7pm and 8:30pm Tomorrow (Wednesday May 15, 2019) at St. Odilia by the trailer directly to Mr. Sturgis.

We're going to Ripley Rendezvous AND Webelos Woods this weekend and need almost ALL of the tents in our inventory but find that several are missing.
Do you have one in your basement, garage, etc? Did you remember to CLEAN it and DRY it and check it? Please use the following form to document its condition and bring it back ASAP.

Tent condition form: https://forms.gle/HC56hecoBQup8eyQA

Patrol Leader Elections, SD Trip planning

Hello Troop,

Next Monday we are holding patrol leader elections. This means that you must be prepared to vote for who you want to lead your patrol, and patrol leaders must be ready to help the new leaders. If you are interested in becoming a patrol leader, contact Mr.Blincow to let him know. In addition to elections, we are also beginning planning for the South Dakota trip next week. Please come prepared to take notes if you are going on this trip.

Thanks,

Ryan Moore

Sunday, May 12, 2019

First ever combined Troop Court of Honor - This Monday at 6:30pm in the St. Odilia Courtyard

Please join us Monday evening for our first ever Court of Honor that includes both the Boy's and Girl's Troop, together. It should be a momentous occasion. Youth and adults will be recognized for their efforts to celebrate their achievements. We will gather and begin at 6:30pm in the St. Odilia Courtyard.

See you then!

Combined Troop 626 Committee

Upcoming events for Troop 626:

May 13 - Spring Court of Honor 6:30pm @ St. Odilia Courtyard
May 17-19 - Ripely Rendezvous 5pm @ Camp Ripley
May 20 - Troop mtg/SD planning 7pm @ St. Odilia's School
May 27 - No Meeting - Memorial Day 7pm
Jun 03 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jun 08-11 - South Dakota 5:30am @ Black Hills
Jun 17 - PLC 6:30pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jun 17 - Parents Meeting 7:30pm @ St. Odilia St. Monica's Room
Jun 24 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 01 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria
Jul 08 - Troop Meeting 7pm @ St. Odilia Cafeteria

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Tomahawk Final Payment Due NLT May 20

For those Scouts attending Tomahawk this year,

Final payments are due no later than Monday, May 20. You can bring a check to Monday's Court of Honor or the May 20 troop meeting. You can also pay by credit card, but keep in mind this adds a 2.75% fee to your payment.

If you have already paid an initial deposit of $25, your balance of $300 is due by May 20.

Questions? Please email me at scoutingsabina@gmail.com

Ms. Hashmi
Tomahawk Coordinator

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Court of Honor - May 13 at 6:30 pm

Please join us at the

Scout 626 | Court of Honor Ceremony

Monday, May 13, 2019 | 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

St. Odilia – Courtyard

• Dorito Dolphins or the Pirate patrols: please bring a desert to share 
• Nuke Ducks or Reapers patrols: please stay after approx. 15 minutes to help clean up


2 Spots just opened for Ripley - Please reply if interested

Hello, Troop Families. We've just has 2 scouts report that they need to back out of Ripley Rendezvous next weekend. We need to fill their spots or be charged for the reservations. If you would like to send a Scout or 2 with the 21 boys, 2 girls and 8 adults going to a once every 4 years adventure, please reply to this email and let us know. The cost to join us is the initial $65 price because the spots were reserved ahead of time. Thank you,

Mike Bailey

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Kai Eagle Project May 18-19

Hello Scouts and Scouting Families,

I've got an Eagle Project work weekend coming up on the 18th and 19th of May. My project will be mulching a path, and renovating a bridge at Valley Park in Shoreview. This is a big project, there will be 2 shifts per day, one at 9am-12 Noon, and another from 12 noon-3pm.
Here is the Signup Genius Link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090a45aead2ca4f49-kaistemm
I hope to see you there!

Kai Stemm
Pirate Patrol

PS. It would be appreciated if any adults with a wheelbarrow could bring it for their shift.

Sunday, May 5, 2019

May 6th ASPL elections (rm 1306 ) and Adult Speaker in cafeteria

Hello All
Just a friendly reminder Monday Night's meeting we will be electing an ASLP for troop 9626.
Please arrive before 7 pm so the meeting can start on time.
Scouts will be meeting in the robotic room 1306.

For adults, we will be having a guest speaker Samantha Moe :"Essential Skills to Calm Challenging Behaviors". This is an excellent speaker for anyone who is involved with youth. Please see attached flyer. It is open to any parent involved at any stage of scouting; pack, troop or crew. I hope to see you there.

Finally, Next Monday, May 13th, is our Court of honor. It will start at 630 pm
This is a big step for the scouts; please join us in acknowledging their achievements!
Rank advancement, Nights of camping, Service hours, and Merit Badges to name a few.
Recognition is an important part of scouting. This allows us as leaders and parents to "catch a scout doing something good" and share in their pride for themselves and fellow scouts.

Yours in scouting,

Anne Moe
Committee Chair 626





Friday, May 3, 2019

Corrected link for Sterling Eagle project

Correct link for Sterling Hills’ Eagle project:
https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/20f044eaca623aafc1-deck/27163069

I apologize, I accidentally sent out a SCUBA crew service signups. Please disregard that project as it's a crew building activity. As you can see, it’s another busy scouting weekend. We appreciate any help ore scouts and parents can provide.

Plb

Scouting this weekend: sale setup, kit sales, Eagle project, Sale teardown

Good evening troop!

We have a bunch of opportunities this weekend: all of these are open to scouts of all ages! Come and help out, earn service hours or scout account bucks. A Scout is helpful and thrifty!

Tonight 6:30 church sale setup
https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/30e084ba5ac2ca13-jewelry

Saturday 8am onward: Sterling Eagle Project
https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/70a0949a4af2ea7fd0-service

Saturday 12-2,2-4,4-6: First aid kit sales at church sale
https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/30e084ba5ac2ca13-first

Sunday 2pm sale teardown
https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/30e084ba5ac2ca13-jewelry

Thursday, May 2, 2019

ASPL Elections Monday - come and help vote for your troop leadership

Hello Troop,

This coming Monday we are having elections for a new Troop ASPL to help me as I lead the troop for the next 6 months. If you are interested in running, email Mr.Blincow to tell him, and be prepared with a speech on Monday night. This is a pretty big responsibility, and you will be the new SPL in 6 months if you win. After elections we will be playing a game, hopefully outside if weather allows. If you have any questions please let me know.

Thanks,

Ryan Moore

From Mrs. Moe :
Parents: Join us for a speaker for having positive interactions with ALL scouts . Addressing challenging behaviors with positive interactions through the use of effective tools. - A class for Scout Leaders and Parents
WHEN: May 6th, 2019 7-830 pm
WHERE: St. Odilia’s School
(St Monica Room)

Samantha Moe, M.A. SLP, is a Certified Parent Coach and professional speaker who teaches brain-based tools to calm challenging behaviors. Her proven system, the Mad2Glad Blueprint, is designed to be especially helpful for parents and adults who work with children who have Autism, ADHD and /or sensory processing challenges or giftedness. Samantha is passionate about teaching practical tools that dramatically reduce defiance and disrespect and re-establish confidence and authority. Her simple step-by-step approach transforms that feel frustrating and ineffective into everyday experiences that feel meaningful and re-inspired. Samantha’s vision is to bring peace and enjoyment to families around the world and for kids to experience the childhood they deserve

Paul Blincow




Scouts! In keeping with Youth Protection's no one-on-one contact rules, please remember to CC your parents when replying to this message.
Adults! In keeping with Youth Protection's no one-on-one contact rules, please remember to CC any Scout's parents if you include a Scout in a reply.

This message was sent to : Michael Bailey, Mike Black, Paul Blincow, Sarah Broton, Brian Carrington, Suzanne Carrington, Josh Donato, Kevin Frisbie, Troop Gmail, Sabina Hashmi, Alan Higley, Erin Higley, Thomas Hills, Carolyn India-Black, Benjamin Jones, Laura Larson, Ken Lillemo, Mary Lillemo, Anne Moe, Lance Moe, Colleen Moore, Jason Moore, Jeff Neisse, James Nickman, Jean Nickman, Gary Nussbaum, Sean Oconnor, Lisa Peirson, Karen Rafter, Dave Smith, Jim Sturgis, Tu Tran, Thomas Wallisch, Mimi Wong, Gwen Zupancich, Patrice Anderson, Robert Arndt, Sarah Arndt, Shannon Bailey, Laura Blincow, William Booth, Mike Brochu, Chad Broton, Chris Byron, Roopa Chandrasekaran, Nancy Gregory, Troy Gregory, Cady Groth, Kelly Gunderson, Tim Gunderson, Kay Hannon, Tim Hannon, Amy Hokanson, Brandon Huftel, Cleo Johnson, Paul Johnson, Doug Kennedy, Melissa Kennedy, Tim Krinke, Jerry Larson, Chad Ling, Sandi Ling, John MacHalec, Jennifer Machtemes, Matt Machtemes, Carrie Martinson, Kerry Mc Neill, Eric McFeters, Mona McGarthwaite, Meredith McKinnon, Brendan McSherry, Greg Moeller, Sheli Moeller, Mike Moore, David Mordick, Kerry O'Connor, Thirumalai Ramesh, Anne Rodenberg, Jeff Rodenberg, Ryan Running, Marc Schneider, Megan Scott, Jennifer Sommerfeld, Dan Stemm, Amy Strong, Katerina Sturgis, Napha Thephrasouvanh, Phanida Thephrasouvanh, Jenny Vojtech, Justin Vojtech, Jane Wlazlo, John Wlazlo, Owen A., Griffin B., Anthony B., Jack B., Sam B., William B., Liam B., Troy B., Shawn B., Will C., Dante D., Max G., Ethan G., Adam H., Matthew H., Sterling H., Jeremy H., Ed K., Max L., Kyle M., Charlie M., Isaac M., Ryan M., Noah N., Neel R., Elijah R., Kai S., Peter T., Luke W., Josh W., Matthew W., Owen Z.

First Aid Kit Sales Saturday noon-6pm at St. Odilia (2 hour shifts)

Sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084ba5ac2ca13-first

Sell First Aid Kits at the Church sale and earn money towards your scout account!
The First Aid Kit sales are a great way to show that a Scout is Thrifty and earn money. 30% of the sales price goes to your scout account (We will total sales and divide them among those working by the hours worked)
Wear your Class A (Brown) Uniform and come with a great attitude to make a great sales pitch!
Meet in the St. Odilia Gym.
Sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084ba5ac2ca13-first

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Help needed for Eagle project Thurs and Sat

Hey Everyone,

The Faith Formation Building, on the west side of St. Odilia's parking lot, has two external staircases that need to be rebuilt. The stairs and railing are falling apart and my Eagle Project is to take out all of the rickety materials and replace them with some top notch composite decking as well as reinforce the stairs.

I am having two work days, Thursday May 2nd and Saturday May 4th. May 2nd will be for the teardown of the existing materials, and May 4th will be for construction.

In order to follow the BSA rules for tools, only scouts 14 and up can use power tools. However, younger scouts will still be able to help.

Cane's chicken will be provided :)


Please sign up here:
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F044EACA623AAFC1-deck

Thank you,

Sterling Hills


Also look for a notice of Billy Booth's Eagke project likely 5/11 or 5/18
PLB