Nov 11

Turkey Shoot Rendezvous 2017

Turkey Shoot Rendezvous 2017
November 17-19, 2017

The annual Troop 365 Turkey Shoot is back this year at Chief Logan Reservation, Shawnee Rendezvous Camp. Activities will include rifle and shotgun shooting, archery, tomahawk throwing, atlatl-propelled spears, pioneering, first aid, and emergency drill. Back by popular demand are the Seneca Run, the Fry Pan Toss, and, of course, the Trading Post. Camping and cooking will be by patrol, with main dish (turkey, what else? well, ham, too) provided by the adults. The campfire will be memorable. Don’t miss this most excellent and popular outing!!!

WHO: Scouts, Leaders, and Parents

WHEN: Be at the Church on Friday, November 17, by 5:30PM—Leave by 6:00PM
Return to the Church on Sunday by 1:00PM

BRING: Class A Uniform on the Bus!!! Enough other clothing for the entire weekend and for the weather! MESS KIT! SEE HANDOUT FOR WHAT ELSE TO BRING.

DO NOT BRING: Your own ammo! or your own weapon, unless it was already inspected by the range master.

COST: $35.00

Turkey Shoot Permission Form 2017

Sep 16

Cyber-Chip Meeting – September 18

Cyber-Chip Meeting – Monday September 18

Scouts will learn about online safety and responsible use of the Internet and digital resources.

Before the meeting, scouts should work with their parents to establish/update their Internet Use Agreement, which outlines acceptable use policy for the scout.

Scouts who have previously earned their Cyber Chip should bring it to the meeting so it can be renewed. New Cyber Chip cards will be presented to scouts who have not previously earned one.

Aug 10

Linda Crawford-Cloud

Dear Scouts and Scouters. Please take note of the obituary regarding Linda Crawford-Cloud, wife of Mike Hock. Family and friends will gather in a celebration of Linda’s life at the family home 1060 Morning Street in Worthington, Ohio 43085 this Saturday, August 12th at 2:00 p.m.

Linda Crawford-Cloud of Worthington, Ohio, passed away peacefully at home on the evening of August 2, 2017. Linda is survived by her loving husband Michael Hock, three sons Chris Cloud (Jenny Cloud), Ben Hock (Barbara Sullivan), and Andy Hock (Teresa Segura), five grandchildren Colin, Camden and Colson Cloud and Elle and Phoebe Hock, and her sister Diana Woodward. Linda was born March 29, 1943 to parents Bertha and Herbert Crawford in Dayton, Ohio. She was a graduate of Fairborn High School, Heidelberg College (BA), The Ohio State University (MA, Journalism), and Capital University Law School (JD). An accomplished leader, Linda built caring relationships with the people that she worked with and the people she loved. Her range was broad. She worked with the City of Columbus Recreation and Parks Department for 12 years, served as Deputy Director of Columbus Human Services Department, directed the Central Ohio Regional AIDS Services planning project for the Columbus Department of Health, and served the Columbus Community Services Department in workforce development for 13 years. Earlier career contributions include Executive Director of the Juvenile Probation Council, which later merged to become Directions for Youth and Families. Linda’s career in community service culminated in her work with the Board of the Worthington Resource Pantry.

Linda’s dedication to family and her adventurous spirit were unique. Linda focused on, loved, and was loved in return by her children–men and women alike–and her grandchildren. Her passion for adventure, people and places manifested in numerous treks across the country and back with her husband Mike and dog Wally, visiting pathways and places in the beautifully curious style of “Mr. and Mrs. Fox.” We will carry her spirit with us, always. Family and friends will gather in a celebration of Linda’s life at the family home 1060 Morning Street in Worthington, Ohio 43085 this Saturday, August 12th at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers or material gifts, consider making a donation to the Worthington Resource Pantry in Linda’s name or a charity of your choice.

Arrangements by Rutherford-Corbin Funeral Home in Worthington. Condolences to


Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Aug. 9, 2017

Mar 07

CPR and Wilderness First Aid training — April 1-2

BSA Troop 365 – CPR and Wilderness First Aid training (Red Cross)

Our troop often travels to remote locations where physicians and/or rapid transport is not readily available. BSA requires that a certified person attend these types of high adventure trips. In this training, you will learn how to assess and treat an ill or injured person in a remote environment. This class is through the Red Cross and you will earn both your CPR and Wilderness First Aid certifications.

Who: Youth and adult Scout leaders over age 14 are invited to participate and earn their certification.

When: April 1-2, 2017  from 8am-4pm

Where: Premier at Sawmill Athletic Club (3111 Hayden Rd, Columbus, OH 43235)

Cost: $60 per person (if this is a problem please let us know as the troop needs trained leaders)

If you have any questions, please contact Matt or Judy Williams at 614-527-5238.


Feb 23

Spring Break Patriot’s Point — April 7-11

Spring Break — Patriot’s Point

When: April 7-11 2017 (the first half of spring break)

What: The highlight of the trip will be spending the night on the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier. We will be participating in their simulated Aviation program. Our other stops include the USS North Carolina battleship, CSS Hunley naval submarine, and Fort Sumter. Keep in mind this trip is a once in a blue moon deal!

Cost: The cost for this trip will be $160.

$76 deposit due on February 20th at the scout meeting to cover the Yorktown ship reservation.
$84 balance due March 27th, 2017 to cover food, transportation, and other expenses.
Please make checks out to BSA Troop 365

This may seem like a high price; however after researching it’s actually lower than what other troops have charged. If you have any further questions about the cost please contact Mr. Gansl (Rat) , Mrs. Prosser, or Mr. Roderick.

If the cost is a factor in not going please contact Mr. Roderick for further guidance. DON’T FORGET THAT MONEY FROM YOUR ESCROW ACCOUNT CAN ALSO BE USED TO PAY FOR OUTINGS.