Outside Troop Meeting!
Join us again at the FBC outside auditorium Monday night at 7:30-9:00 pm.
1) WEAR MASKS! Please do not come to the meeting without one. You will not be able to stay at the meeting without a mask!
2) BE WELL! if you have a fever, cough, or show any signs of being sick, do not come to the meeting. Be ultra careful!
3) BE PREPARED! It’s summer in DC – so be prepared for bugs and thunderstorms. This will be an outdoor meeting and we will not go into the Church. We will have drinking water available.
4) WEAR YOUR UNIFORM – Class A Field Uniforms. No neckerchiefs are required during the summer months.
Bring Headlamps! It’s getting dark earlier and they are needed!
It looks like our in person meetings will be held outside for quite some time, so in true scouting manner we will prepare! At the Troop Meeting, we’ll be chopping and sorting dead wood for weekly campfires
If you have loppers, camp saws, bow saws, etc, this would be a great time to try them out!
Thomas Haymes COH -August 24 7pm
We will Honor Thomas Haymes on Monday August 24 at the beginning of the Troop meeting. Please join us for light refreshments and to honor Thomas for his achievements and contributions to the Troop.
Rock Climbing – Sugarloaf Mountain September 26
The details are still being worked out, but we are planning to go rock climbing at Sugarloaf mountain on September 26. Due to Covid related gear restrictions, we will have to limit participation, but please let Mr. Jahn’s know if you are interested!
Hiking Merit Badge
Ryan Mulvaney and his Dad have planned out hikes for the Hiking Merit Badge. The plan is as follows:
10 Mile Hike- Friday 21 Aug, Camping at Matthews Arm campground (Luray), Sat hiking Overall Falls trail, 11.08 miles (lots of elevation change), back home Sat evening
15 Mile Hike- Sat 12 Sept, this is a hike only, no camping, just up early in the morning. Occoquan (Fountainhead Regional Park) to Bull Run. Or vice versa (if it is just us, we will hang out at Bull Run winery to re-coop!)
20 Mile Hike- Friday 2 Oct, drive to Roanoke. (Lodging TBD- can camp, can hotel, can Jellystone!) Sat 3 Oct Appalachian Trail from Dragon’s Tooth to McAfee Knob/ Andy Layne Trail. Spend the night in Roanoke (TBD), and then return back to Alexandria Sun 4 Oct.
Are you interested? If so, please contact Ryan at Ryan.email@example.com and his dad Brendan at Bsmirish@gmail.com