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  • 1.Camping Trips
  • What to Bring?
    • WARM CLOTHES (If this is a winter camp):
    • Hats, Gloves, Boots
    • Thermals, Sweatshirts, Extra Socks, Extra Shoes
    • Dress in layers
    • Jokes, Joke Books, Skits and Songs for each Patrol
    • Wooden-handled Broom (No Metal Handles!)
    • Sleeping Bag
    • Blanket (Optional)
    • Pillow
    • Towel
    • Soap
    • Wash Cloth
    • Toothbrush and Toothpaste
    • Dental Floss
    • Comb
    • Deodorant (PLEASE)
    • 1st and 2nd Class Scout Uniform (Wear 1st Class to Camp)
    • Webelos should wear Webelo Uniform
    • Changes of Clothes
    • Hat
    • Flashlight with good/new/extra batteries
    • Change of Socks, Change of Shoes (Can get damp)
    • Gloves
    • Water Bottle
    • Sun Screen / Sunglasses (Check weather)
    • Compass (Only if you have one)
    • Personal First Aid Kit
    • Collapsible Chair (Optional, but a good idea)
    • Camera (Optional)
    • Roll of Toilet Paper
    • Crackerbarrel
    • Board Games
    • A Great Attitude
  • Is a sack lunch needed on longer trips?

    Check the calendar as this will be updated on if a lunch should be sent with your son.

  • How will I know when to pick my son up from a trip?

    When your son is about 20 minutes away he will call you to let you know.

  • Can I have a friend, neighbor, etc pick my son up?

    Yes as long as the Troop leader is made aware of this ahead of time.

  • When can a Scout go on a High Adventure?

    Scouts may participate in a High Adventure Outing after their 3rd year of summer camp and also have to be a 1st class Scout or more and 14 years old.

  • Will the Troop help offset the cost of High Adventure Trips?

    Yes, For the 4th year of scouting $300, 5th year of scouting $200, 6th year of scouting $100 – can be used for the final payment.

  • What are the qualifications for High Adventures?

    Minimum Qualifications
    *AGE: Each Scout must be age 14 as of January 1st of the year in which the trip takes place OR have attended

    3 Boy Scout Summer Camps (6 night/7 day) prior to the start of the trip.

    *RANK: Each Scout will be a First Class Scout or higher, with the rank having been awarded at a Court of Honor prior to the trip.

    *CAMPING EXPERIENCE: Each Scout must have attended at least one long term (6 day/7 night) Boy Scout camping trip.

    *SCOUT SPIRIT: Each Scout must demonstrate Scout spirit! This is defined as attitude, attendance, and appearance.

    *APPLICATION AND INTERVIEW: Each Scout will complete the attached Troop 167 High Adventure application and participate in a selection interview (see interview process below).

  • 2.Misc
  • What is the Scout Oath?

    On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake,and morally straight.

  • What is the Scout Law?

    A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.

  • What is the Scout Motto?

    Be Prepared!

  • What is the Scout Slogan?

    Do a good turn daily.

  • What does PLC mean?

    Patrol Leaders Council

  • What are the PLC positions?

    The Patrol Leaders Council (PLC) is charged with the responsibility of deciding what the Troop wants to do, planning it and carrying it out. Every Scout, through his Patrol leader has a voice in the planning and execution of the Troop activities. The Patrol Leaders Council is composed of: the Senior Patrol Leader (SPL), Assistant Senior Patrol Leader (ASPL), Scribe, Historian, Librarian, Quartermaster, Chaplain’s Aide, Order of the Arrow Representative, Troop Guides, and the Patrol Leaders and Patrol Quartermaster.

  • What is the refund policy for Camps?

    REFUND POLICY – The Scout will be refunded the cost of camp for one of the following:

    1. Scout cancels camp 1 1⁄2 weeks before camp (PLC)
    2. Scout or Family emergency
  • How are the Scouts disciplined?

    First Offense: Scoutmaster and Adult meet with Scout to discuss offense.

    Second Offense: Scoutmaster to notify Parents of offense, scout is asked to write a letter of apology to the troop.  Attendance of troop activity is suspended until letter is presented to the scoutmaster and the troop.

    Third Offense: Scoutmaster to notify Parents and Scout of offense. Discussion of appropriate restitution to the troop will be decided. Scout will be suspended from troop activities until completion of assigned restitution.

    Fourth Offense: Scout will be asked to leave the troop.



  • What is the Round Table?

    Roundtable is exactly what it implies - it really is an opportunity for scouters as a group to have an opportunity for an equal exchange of ideas.  Boy Scout and Cub Scout leaders and interested parties meet together to discuss relevant issues in our troops and packs today.

    There is a great deal of camaraderie developed at the meetings as there is an open exchange of ideas.  There is a designated leader as the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts often separate but usually the leader serves as a facilitator for the attendees to share their ideas while guiding the group through the material.

    Exclusive handouts available only at the roundtable are passed out.  The Cub Scout portion often has a variety of craft ideas that are inexpensive and entertaining for the Cub Scouts.

    Do you have questions about how to solve issues in your troop or pack? Roundtable is a perfect opportunity to get different ideas and feedback to take back home with you.

    In addition to the back and forth openness at Roundtable there is an opportunity to have access to council information and assistance.  Also this is the perfect opportunity to have input on council and district events.

    The BSA continues to update requirements and training to provide the best program for all Scouts.  Roundtable is the perfect opportunity to keep abreast of these changes and make sure your pack or troop is moving in the right direction.  This year the council will be transitioning to the Journey to Excellence program which will be reviewed at Roundtable with plenty of handouts, question and answer sessions and practical ideas in achieving the district and council goals.

    All Scout leaders, committee members and parents are welcome to attend.  Some packs and troops have a schedule for den leaders and cub/scoutmasters to attend so that their unit is represented at each meeting.  It doesn’t need to be the same representative every time, all  are welcome.

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