Each patrol will compete over the next 6 months to see who can collect the most points. Patrol points are awarded by the senior patrol leader, his assistants, and adult leaders for things like winning patrol competitions, achieving a rank, earning a merit badge, camping nights, service hours, hiking miles, scout spirit and others.
30. Noah Gibson awarded the Waterbuckets Patrol 20pts for Team Gaga Ball.
29. Noah Gibson awarded the Tomahawk Patrol 25pts for Team Gaga Ball.
28. Noah Gibson awarded the Rubber Duckie Patrol 5pts for Team Gaga Ball.
When you are participating in outdoor activities that take you more than 1 hour away from medical care, wilderness first aid provides a significant difference in survival and effects of injuries! The Wilderness First Aid course provides an intensive 16 hours of training covering injury assessment, rescuer safety, bleeding, shock, orthopedic injuries, long-term patient care, and treatment with materials at hand during practice sessions!
All the voting is finally complete and here are the results and breakdown:
Summer Camp: 15 votes were in on day 5 of 8. Camp Birch, MVSR, and Camp Friedlander (2) were eliminated as they combined for only 2 votes. On day 7, the totals were Seven Ranges (4), Falling Rock (6), Beaumont (5), so Seven Ranges was eliminated. Finally, on the last day, Camp Falling Rock kept the lead 8-7 against Camp Beaumont.
The results are in and we have a sufficient amount of interest to schedule a long-term summer camping program. The leaders of Troop 84 will plan and staff a program at Geneva Hills campground. We can offer the following merit badges but will need enough interest from scouts:
Below is a list of all the current COVID-19 health orders, guidelines, and recommendations from the CDC, Ohio Department of Health, BSA National, and Simon Kenton Council as well as statistics for the State of Ohio. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Marcus Wuebker, Assistant Scoutmaster - Outdoor Activities.
The leaders of Troop 84 are committed to bring the entire scouting program to each youth member. As one of the 8 methods of scouting, a robust outdoor program is vital to a complete scouting experience. A love of the outdoors and the values of scouting drive us to provide a safe environment. With COVID-19 now in our lives forever, nothing has changed in that commitment to our scouts. Presently the state health restrictions are beginning to ease and we are dedicated to implementing all the current health orders, guidelines, and recommendations from federal, state, and local authorities.