Author Archives: Jack Zeng
Hey Troop 5, This is a quick overview for this year’s 2014 Camp Oljato week long trip: Sorry if this may be a bit confusing but summer is my brain fart.But well then. So we returned two days ago, 7/19 I think, luckily with every kid and adult and all of their physical … Continue reading
We use a plugin called Cincopa to manage photo galleries in posts. Below are two screencasts to show you how to create and display them. Creating Cincopa Photo Gallery Displaying Gallery in Posts
These study guides are a good way to prepare for a Scoutmaster Conference. They discuss topics that might be covered in a Star, Life or Eagle Scoutmaster Conference. Star SMC Study Guide Life SMC Study Guide Eagle SMC Study Guide
23 Scouts and 4 ASMs returned safely from a week at Camp Oljato today. Under the leadership of SPL Alex Oh, his crack team of ASPLs, Lawrence Chen, Josh Brigel, and David Anwyl, and new Patrol Leaders, Shivum Agarwal (Phoenix) and Michael Qu (Fluffy Bunnies), Troop 5 had a successful and fun week, in spite … Continue reading
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Sunset beach family campout was led by ASM Fred Babian and Gary Anwyl, with coordination by Ruby Cai. Here is what ASM Gary Anwyl had to say about this trip: Troop 5 had another successful outing at Sunset Beach. Eighteen scouts and twelve adults/siblings attended. Weather varied from being cool and foggy to be being … Continue reading
This trip was led by ASM Calvin Woon, with coordination by Liliya Shilov; scout Dan Frei was the Sr Patrol leader. Here is what ASM Calvin had to say about this trip: The trip went well as expected. Arrival at 1pm seemed a little late or an intentional test of the troop’s ability to battle … Continue reading
Troop 5 requires each family to support the troop in several ways. At a minimum, everyone is expected to drive scouts on outings. This form must be renewed annually. Please write legibly and add email addresses for both parents. Submit form to Membership Chair
The official Scouting website has online videos that cover the Tenderfoot, 2nd Class and 1st Class rank requirements. There is a short video of about 2-3 minutes for each requirement that covers the basic information. Here is the link: http://scouting.org/scoutsource/Applications/RankVideo.aspx They are also available as free iTune Podcasts with links below: Tenderfoot 2nd Class … Continue reading
This is a comprehensive guide for adult(s) to coordinate an outdoor event. Adults can volunteer for a trip coordinator without prior experience. This guide will outline the responsibilities, processes, and resources needed to successfully coordinate a trip.