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LEAVE NO TRACE (LNT) Training

Posted on Jun 28 2017 - 11:14pm
ATTENTION Troop 236! 
 
WHO:  Any Scout who is 14 or older (or any Adult Leader or Parent)
 
WHAT:  Leave No Trace (LNT) Training Session
 
Leave No Trace refers to a set of outdoor ethics promoting conservation in the outdoors. It is built on seven principles:
1.  plan ahead and prepare,
2.  travel and camp on durable surfaces,
3.  dispose of waste properly,
4.  leave what you find,
5.  minimize campfire impacts,
6.  respect wildlife,
7.  be considerate of other visitors.
 
WHEN:
 
Start Time:  Saturday July 22 0830 AM
End Time:  Sunday July 23 1:00 PM
 
WHERE: 
Camp Herms | 1100 James Place | El Cerrito, CA 94530
 
WHY: 
 
1.  To be trained in the principles of Leave No Trace
2.  Earn a Camping night
3.  Transition into a Troop 236 Leadership Position
 
SPLs - POINT OF CONTACT(S):
 
RichardM703M@att.net
 
RyanM8030@yahoo.com
 
COSTS:
TBD but the cost will around $20.00 per person.
 
 FOR SATURDAY:  All Scouts and participants should eat a big breakfast prior to arriving to Camp Herms at  8:30 AM. 
You should pack "bag lunch" for Saturday as well as supplies / fixings to cook your own Dinner that evening.
 
FOR SUNDAY:  Everybody must prepare their own breakfast and highly encouraged to bring extra energy - fruit - nutrition bars and Trail mix, etc for the weekend and for “lunch” on Sunday. 
 
For questions, comments, and /or converns, please contact the SPLs for this LNT outing listed below.
 
Thank you.
 
Yours In Scouting,

JD Schurr Eagle Project Completion!! - Tuesday, June 27th

Posted on Jun 24 2017 - 10:54am

It's 5 weeks into break. You need to get out of the house. You've played over 100 hours of video games. You've binged all the Netflix shows you've missed. Time to contribute to the world again. Spend the day tearing things apart in the real world (not virtual!) Please come out and help with JD Schurr's Eagle Project.

Tuesday June 27th, 2017 starting at 8 AM - the weather will be perfect!

-- We are tearing apart a barn that fell down in the storms - Oct. 2016.

-- Come for part of the project or for the whole day. We need your help.

Register and Location Details: https://www.bsatroop236.org/node/4026

-- We are open to carpooling if transportation is an issue. Please coordinate with JD

JD Schurr may be reached at 925-817-0422.

TROOP SHOTGUN SHOOTS - MARK YOUR CALENDARS & SAVE THE DATES!

Posted on Jun 13 2017 - 5:59pm

TROOP SHOTGUN SHOOTS -  MARK YOUR CALENDARS & SAVE THE DATES!

Shotgun Shooting sports is open to all Troop 236 Scouts, Adult Leaders & parents,

Congratulations to our latest Eagle Scout Alex Gambill!

Posted on Jun 4 2017 - 1:29pm
Please congratulate Alex Gambill on achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.  Alex passed his final board of review on Thursday night, June 1st.
 
For his Eagle project Alex built 10 Barn Owl boxes for the Native Bird Conservatory, a group dedicated to protecting native wildlife in  increasingly urbanized Contra Costa County.  Alex led a team of 11 scouts, many of them his fellow Tridents, to cut the boards, bore out entry holes, create entry steps, assemble and finish the boxes.  Alex selected the project since his home backs up to Las Trampas ridge and he enjoys seeing Barn Owls in his neighborhood.
 
Prior to this project Alex displayed leadership as a Patrol Leader, Wente Scout Lead and most recently participated in Webelos bridging.  He also earned 40 merit badges, nearly twice the required 21 for Eagle, which earned the respect of his Board of Review Committee.
 
Please congratulate Alex when you see him.

Congratulations to Troop 236's newest Eagle Scout, Thomas Kestler!

Posted on May 23 2017 - 4:07pm
Thomas successfully passed his Eagle Board of Review on Thursday, May 18th.
 
For his Eagle Project, Thomas documented all of the equipment, furniture and religious artifacts at the newly remodeled Saint Isidore's Church in Danville.  This documentation and inventory will preserve the character and history of this 107 year old parish for generations to come.
 
Thomas led a group of 12 scouts from 236 and other troops to photograph, electronically categorize, and digitally archive over 250 church items, including 10 large stain glass windows. Prior to his Eagle Project, Thomas displayed leadership as the ASP for Outings, Cherry Valley and Patrol Leader. Congratulations Thomas!

Eagle CoH - Justin Choy, Jacob Lizano, Bradley Smith, and Brendan Sweeney

Posted on May 15 2017 - 10:20am

Please join us bright and early on Saturday, May 20th at 9 am in the CPC Chapel to recognize Justin, Jacob, Bradley, and Brendan for their hard work and achievements over the last 7 years with Troop 236 and 5 years with Cub Scout Pack 800.

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