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Welcome to the web site of Troop 369! Our troop can provide you and your son the opportunity to participate in activities that are not available to many other boys of his age.  The goal of our troop and the Boy Scouts of America Program is to build our Scouts into successful young men of exceptional honor and character. The Boy Scouts of America Program will also provide our Scouts with ample opportunities to improve their teamwork and leadership skills.   

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Introduction to Leadership Skills for troops - Module 3 Aug 30 730pm

Posted by scampanella on Aug 28 2016 - 10:08pm

Leadership and Teamwork

Learning Objectives - Upon completion of this session, participants will
• Understand the dynamics of team building, the stages of team development, the 
relationship of team development to team vision and goals, the selection of an appropriate 
style of leadership for the team and condition, and valuing every team member’s 
contributions and development.

 

Musser Madness

Posted by scampanella on Aug 28 2016 - 10:05pm

 

 

Musser Madness 100 Years of Camping and Beyond * Join us at Musser Madness on September 23-25, 2016, the celebration of 100 years of camping at Musser Scout Reservation. You will have the opportunity to enjoy a weekend outdoors with your pack, troop, or crew, participating in adventures all around the property.

Rain or Shine! Activities include: • BB Gun Shooting • Cooking Demos • Archery Alley • Stand-up Paddle Boards • Slingshot Range • Nature Programs • .22 Rifl e Shooting • Canoeing • Catch & Release Fishing • Kayaking • Chalk Ball • Shotgun Shooting • Mountain Bikes • Ozobots • Native American Activities • Historical Displays • BMX Bikes • Rockets • Welding • Sporting Arrows • Carnival Games • Infl atables • Pistol Shooting • Lake Infl atables • Climbing Wall • Community Parters • Program Partners • and Much More!

Introduction to Leadership Skills for troops - Module 2 Tuesday Aug 23

Posted by scampanella on Aug 20 2016 - 9:36am

Module two—tools of the trade

Learning Objectives

This module teaches the basic leadership tools of communication, planning, and how to use the 
Teaching EDGE effectively in one’s leadership role.

Meetings will run from 7:30 to 9:00 pm.  All scouts that hold or want to hold leadership positions are expected to attend.  Place: 3226 Stump Hall Road. More details can be found on the calendar.  Meetings will continue on Aug 30

Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops

Posted by scampanella on Aug 14 2016 - 8:19am

Starting Tuesday August 16 we will be holding part 1 of a 3 part series during which we will be discussing youth leadership skills.  Meetings will run from 7:30 to 9:00 pm.  All scouts that hold or want to hold leadership positions are expected to attend.  Place: 3226 Stump Hall Road. More details can be found on the calendar.  Meetings will continue on Aug 23 and Aug 30

Who partIcIpates In thIs course?
This course is for every Scout in the troop who holds a leadership position, including all elected 
positions and any appointed positions at the discretion of the senior patrol leader. In some troops, 
this might mean that this course is for every Scout! In fact, it’s desired that every member of the 
troop have some kind of leadership responsibility every year, even if it’s just a minor responsibility.
While there is content in Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops that will help adults to 
serve the troop effectively, this isn’t the course for them. Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster 
Leader Specific Training and Wood Badge for the 21st Century are the appropriate courses 
for adults to attend to receive troop operations and leadership training. Adults may participate 
peripherally in Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops as trainers or passive observers. In 
some cases, it might even be fun and valuable to let a group of adults execute some of the games 
and see how they compare to the youth groups in performance.

White Water Rafting August 5-7

Posted by scampanella on Jul 24 2016 - 6:33am

Join the Troop for an awesome Lehigh

River Rafting experience! If you skip this

one we will return in 2018.  

The troop will be camping the weekend of August 5-7 in the pocono's.  We will be staying at Hickory Run.  If you have never been rafting than this is an experience you will never forget. If this isnt your first time then i know why you are returning - better than any water park and longer than any man made ride!  Its safe and fun,  the trip is operated by one of the most professional outfits on the river. A one hour training session is included.  This trip costs $70 per attendee.

 white water rafting bigtime descriptions             Jim thorpe River Adventures website click here

Summer Camp at Camp Ockanickon July 27 thru August 2

Posted by johngoehringer on Jul 19 2016 - 12:54pm

 Meeting and Departure time from Visitation

  • We will meet here at Visitation at 11:15.  Bring a bag lunch for Sunday.  Sunday Dinner is at 5 in our camp site. 
  • We will consolidate personal gear and load into the trailer.
  • We will depart Visi by 12:15, car pool to the site and park in the main lot adjacent to Great Buck Lake
  • We will meet with our Troop Guide who will walk us through the registration process.

 Transportation to and from Ockanickon Scout Reservation

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