Correction: There is an error on the Eagle Ceremony invitation for Jacob Francis. The date should read Saturday afternoon, August 6th at 3pm. Sorry for the confusion.
Received some pictures of our second Philmont crew 619-L2 from atop 12441 foot Mount Baldy!
Received a picture of our Philmont crew 619-L3 from atop 12441 foot Mount Baldy!
We need some help on the bus. Do you have experience or are you willing to learn vinyl seat repair? We have a number of seats that have splits, cracks, or tears and we need to repair these for our upcoming inspection and for the longevity of the seats. Tape repairs are not acceptable for inspection so this will require vinyl kit repairs. We also need to replace a marker light (requires a ladder and running to get the bulb). And last, we need a good cleaning (sweep it out, wipe it down inside, wash it outside).
We need your help, please contact Steve Aspery 614-205-9897 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you can lend a hand.
You will often hear us ask our parent volunteers for “just an hour a week” of their time for scouting. Here’s a picture of our own Gary Meyer giving an “extra” hour at the Maple Sugar festival at Lazarus to help a Cub learn about building a cabin. Have you given your hour to scouting this week?
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.
Make sure you congratulate these three adults the next time you see them for their commitment to scouting and BSA Troop 365.
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)
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
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.
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.