When: Friday, 2/17 – 2/20
What: President Taft Museum, Krohn Conservatory, Art Museum, Red’s Hall of Fame and ballpark, Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Scout Memorial, Carew Tower Observation Deck downtown, Cabin Sleeping
Cost: Coming Soon
Electricity Merit Badge Clinic
Explore electricity and earn your Electricity Merit Badge with American Electric Power (AEP)! We invite you to join us and have fun with hands-on activities while earning your requirements.
Date: Saturday, February 11, 2017
Time: Registration is from 8:00 – 9:00 am and the course will run until 3:00 pm
Location: AEP-D Training Center, 4100 Bixby Road, Groveport, Ohio 43125
Cost: $6.00 – lunch included
The course is limited to the first 70 Scouts registered. Prior to the course, Scouts need to have completed requirements 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9a and 11 of the Electricity Merit Badge and bring these projects and papers with him when he reports for the course.
Congratulations to BSA Troop 365’s newest Eagle Scout, Avery Stupka!
Citizenship in the World, Thursday, Dec 22, 2-4pm. Mr. Nadonly will be doing a Citizenship in the World merit badge workshop.
Read the Citizenship in the World merit badge handbook before the workshop. Without reading it, it is unlikely that the boys will be able to effectively discuss the subject matter, which is a requirement for this Eagle required badge. The merit badge worksheet must be printed out and completed prior to this event. Some of the options in #7 can be done before the class, but others will require you to do something outside of the class, which you will have to report back to Mr. Nadolny on. Please contact Mr. Nadonly for more details. His email is email@example.com . His home phone is 614-781-8821.
The class will be held at his house, 175 Kenbrook Dr, in Colonial Hills. For those that might have taken the Citizen in the Community or Nation class from Mr. Dorothy, Mr. Nadolny’s is the next house on that driveway.
Dear Scouts and Scouters. Please take note of the obituary regarding Mr. Roger Kemp, father of Rob Kemp and grandfather of scouts Kyle and Tyler Kemp. Respects can be paid Thursday from 4pm to 7pm, or at the funeral Friday at 11AM, both at Murray Funeral Home, 173 S. Main Street, Creston, Ohio, about 15-20 minutes from Lodi, Ohio.
Roger V. Kemp, 75, of West Salem, died unexpectedly on Monday, Dec. 12, 2016 at his home after a period of declining health.
Roger was born May 21, 1941 in Lodi to the late Herbert and Ruth (Miller) Kemp and graduated from Medina High School in 1959. He served in the U.S. Air Force for 4 years and on Oct. 26, 1963 he married the former Judy Johns. Judy preceded him in death on Jan. 27, 1994. He spent most of his work career with Honeywell and had service and repaired computers at Rubbermaid Inc, in Wooster. Roger was a member of the American Society of Dowsers and enjoyed traveling around the country to various Dowsers Conventions and visiting Historical Native American Sites . He was an avid reader having studied and researched various healthy living styles which he enjoyed sharing with others. You could often find Roger shopping and eating out or spending time at outdoor festivals, fairs or band concerts in Ashland. He had made his home in Congress for the past 50 years where he enjoyed feeding and observing he birds and wildlife in his back yard.
Surviving are his son and daughter-in-law, Robert and LaDonna Kemp and their sons, Kyle and Tyler of Westerville, a sister and brother-in-law, Linda and David Miller of Seville and nieces Holly Becht and Heidi Miller.
He was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter, Kimberly Ann and his companion of over 10 years, Rille Reeds.
Services will be Friday at 11:00 a.m. at Murray Funeral Home in Creston with Pastor Gerald Clevenger officiating. Burial will be in York Cemetery at Mallet Creek. Friends may call Thursday from 4-7 at the funeral home. Tributes may be shared at www.Murray-Funeral-Home. com Memorial contributions may be made to the Simon Kenton Council of the Boy Scouts of America at skcscouts.org.
2016 L.A. BEACH PARTY SURFING-MOVIE PREMIER CAMPOUT
What: Camping at the Beach!! Bring your best as we compete in various beach activities & games! If THAT isn’t enough, then we have candy for the winners! And if that’s not enough STILL, we’ll be making a movie throughout the day, and watch that “ship wreck” (ha ha) during our movie premiers Saturday night, complete with popcorn and cotton candy! SO– bring your Class A shirt, and your Hawaiian beach shirt, other clothes for the climate, mess kit, Scout handbook, and a BIG appetite for your favorite tropical foods! Surf board optional.
When: Friday, December 9 —meet at the Church at 5:30PM; leave by 6PM
We return to the Church by Sunday, December 11 2016 at 12:30PM.
Cost: $20.00—includes transportation, lodging, food, and THE FUN!
LA Beach Party Permission Form
You have 1 week left to sell popcorn! Forms are due to Nov. 1 at the troop meeting.
Popcorn 2016 Information
The troop meeting next week has been changed to Tuesday Nov. 1 at the church. This gives everyone the chance to go Trick or Treating on Monday and enjoy their candy. The meeting on Tuesday Nov. 1 will be planning for the Turkey Shoot.
Also, there is a Patrol Leaders Council (PLC) meeting at the church on Wednesday Nov. 2. It is important for Scouts who are members of the PLC to attend.
Just in case you have run out of room on your Fruit & Greenery order forms, you can download and print extra copies from the BSA365.org website!
Thank you to all who have helped thus far. We are making good progress but need more help.
Avery S. is in need of your help for his Eagle Scout project this week and over Labor Day weekend.
• Sunday Sept. 4th, 11am-5pm.
• Monday Sept. 5th, 9am-4pm.
His project is the construction of a brick patio and connected walkway at Highbanks Metro Park at the Dragonfly Day Camp area located at 685 Powell Road (see map below).
Please bring shovels and work gloves. Refreshments will be provided.
If you are able to volunteer your time, call or text Avery (see roster for number).
Any help you can give is greatly appreciated. Thank you!