Mar 25

Troop 365 recognized at 2016 Buckeye District Volunteer Recognition Dinner

This year 3 Scouters from BSA Troop 365 were recognized at the 2016 Buckeye District Volunteer Recognition Dinner — Rob Kemp and Matt Gansl, as a Bridge Builder (a selfless commitment to helping youth be prepared for life through Scouting), and Steve Aspery with the Bronze Award for continuing and exceptional service to Scouting. They are pictured here with their families, a happy time for BSA 365.

2016 Buckeye District Recognition Dinner

Make sure you congratulate these three adults the next time you see them for their commitment to scouting and BSA Troop 365.

Mar 09

Easter Sunday Breakfast

Calling all chefs! We’ll be preparing made to order omelettes on Easter Sunday morning, March 27th at the Church. We have done this for a few years now and the congregation really appreciates it. If you are interested, look for the sign up sheet at our next troop meeting and be in South Fellowship Hall in your Class A uniform by 6:30 am on the 27th. Everything you need will be provided—including aprons and instructions. (We’ll be done by 9:30 am)

Feb 17

Scout Sunday – February 21

This Sunday, Feb. 21, we will be recognizing Scout Sunday at church.
Services are at 9:30 am and 11:30 am and Scouts should arrive 20
minutes before hand. You are welcome at either service, but attendance
is expected at one of them. In addition to attending the church
service, we will help with ushering duties and hospitality hour
(cookies, etc). Please wear your Class A uniform. See you then!

Thank you very much. KMS

Feb 10

Merit badge opportunities: American Cultures, Theater

Scouts interested in pursuing either of these merit badges (American Cultures or Theater) can contact Mr. Connolly, either via Troopwebhost email or by phone.

There are a couple related events coming up:

August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand, PBS documentary on the life of the playwright
Screening on Wednesday February 17 at 6pm, with post-film discussion to follow at 7:30 pm,
Pythian Theater, King Arts Complex, 867 Mount Vernon Ave. Admission is free.
Those interested in carpooling can meet at the church by 5:30 pm.

Two Trains Running by August Wilson, opens Thursday March 3, 7pm at the Garden Theater, 1187 N High St.
Tickets are $20. Those interested in carpooling can meet at the church at 6:15 pm.

Feb 03

Spaghetti Dinner – February 20th

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

Join BSA Troop 365 for our annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser to help us raise money to operate our troop bus. There will be great food and you will be served by the boy scouts. Bring your family and friends!

When: Saturday, February 20th 4:30pm-7:30pm
Worthington United Methodist Church

Cost: $6/Adult $4/child -3 & under free

Food: Spaghetti, salad, fruit, dessert, drinks

We will also be having a Silent Auction, so make sure that you look over the great items up for bid.


Jan 13

Presidents Day Weekend – February 12-15

When: We meet at the church Friday Feb 12th at 7:00AM to finish loading the bus and depart by 7:30AM. We return to the church on Monday Feb 15th at around 4:30PM.

Where: Jelly Stone Campground, Mammoth Cave Area, Kentucky

What: We’ll be headed to Lincoln’s birthplace, boyhood home, and museum. Along with Mammoth Cave with over 400 miles of mapped cave, also holding the record for worlds largest cave. On the way down we’ll be stopping at General George Patton’s Museum of Leadership, where there will be tanks to see and much more. We’ll be tent camping at Jelly Stone Campground just 10 minutes away from Mammoth Cave. The campground features heated showers and flush toilets. Average temperatures for the area we will be staying at are high 40’s during the day, and low 30’s at night (Turkey Shoot weather!). We’ll take the large white tarp shelter and heaters like we did for Valley Forge in case the weather is colder than expected. Remember, we’ll be on the bus, or in a museum, or in Mammoth Cave for a good part of both Saturday and Sunday, all of which will be warm. So, join us and come along for the ride in a once in a lifetime event.

How Much: $67 to cover cost of campsite, admissions to Mammoth Cave, Museums, Gas and Food.

Presidents Day 2016 Permission Form

Jan 13

Bushwhack Hike – January 24

When: We meet at the Church Sunday, January 24, at 7:00AM to load up and leave soon thereafter. We return to the Church Sunday, January 24, at around 5:00PM.

Where: John Bryan State Park / Clifton Gorge, outside Yellow Springs, Ohio

What: Hiking the beautiful trail, in stunning winter splendor, around Clifton Gorge; mid-way, we stop at Clifton Mill for a meal of your choice, might be pancakes bigger than your head or a bison burger or whatever; we finish the hike, and then finish the event with a stop at Young’s Jersey Dairy for ice cream. A solid troop tradition! Definitely dress for the weather, particularly layered clothing and including very good hiking boots.

How Much: $10.00 to cover the transportation and the patch that is bigger than your head. Bring extra money ($20 or so) for lunch and ice cream!

Bushwhack 2016 Permission Form

Jan 06

Holidome – January 15-17

Holidome 2016
Shawnee State Park Lodge
January 15th – January 17th

(YES! It’s two days this year!!)

To attend this outing, you must have earned your Cyber Chip AND be up to date on your service hours.  The bus will leave the church at 6:00 pm on Friday, January 15th and return around 1 on Sunday, January 17th. Bring any Electronic gaming device you would like, but remember anything you bring is YOUR responsibility.  Also, bring a swimsuit and towel if you plan to use the pool. Cost is $48.

Holidome 2016 Permission Slip

Dec 20

Free Chiller Skate Night — December 22nd

Free Chiller Skate night at Easton Tuesday December 22nd. Meet at the church at 4:30 PM if you need a ride. Currently there are 4 more seats in Mr. Kemp’s’ mini van available. You can also go directly to the Chiller Easton and meet the group there at 5:00 PM. We will leave the Chiller at 7:00 PM and arrive back at the Church by 7:30 PM. The event is free for Scouts, including skate rental and helmets, and $5 for all non Scouts. If you want a snack or drink other than water you should bring a small amount of money.

Class A uniform please, with layers under or over your uniform. It is pretty cold on the ice!

Questions, contact Mr. Kemp.