NYLT 2019 Offerings - Registration is OPEN

Julie Wuebker's picture
NYLT- National Youth Leadership Training, is an exciting, action-packed program designed to provide youth members of the Boy Scouts of America, aged 13-20 years old, with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home units and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.  The program is designed to support both the mission and the vision of the BSA.  It also helps to prepare young people to become the best scout and person that they can

Gear Up for Camping!

Pete Carmona's picture

It's a great time of year to find great deals on all that gear you've been dreaming of!  A good sleeping bag, tent and pack can be the difference between an "okay" adventure, and a "GREAT" adventure.  

Let's use the comments section here to post some of the deals we find this season.  We have a lot of camping experience in this group, so if you have questions, please ask.

I'll start things off.

Mountain Hardware has all backpacks, tents and sleeping bags 50% off right now!

www.mountainhardware.com

2018-08 Court of Honor/Cookoff

Aiden Ransopher's picture

Troop 84 had a lot of fun during this years Cookoff/ Court of Honor. We started with 2 hours to cook, and then we set our meals in a buffet style line in the church. After everything was eaten, we then proceeded to the Court of Honor. This was the first one after summer camp, so as we expected, there were a ton of merit badges awarded. Similarly, many ranks were handed out too, mostly to the newer scouts but with some exeptions. My hope is that everyone enjoyed this event as much as I did.

DREW Reed (from Troop 560) EAGLE SCOUT SERVICE PROJECT

Marcus Wuebker's picture

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 4:00 PM - Join us as we run & walk for all abilities at the 7th annual Steps of Faith 5K & Food Drive on Sunday, Sept 16, 4pm in Westerville, Ohio @Alum Creek Park!  Proceeds will support special needs children in central Ohio (Heinzerling Community) and Nicaragua (Tesoros de Dios / Bradley's House of Hope).

Summer camp

Aiden Ransopher's picture

Troop 84 had a blast on this years summer camp at Camp Falling Rock. We spent 7 days and 6 nights earning merit badges, most of which were easy considering the ratio of counselers to scouts was 2:1. Everybody got a variety of merit badges, but none could meet the troop record of 14 merit badges earned at summer camp. Many of our newer scouts participated in Pathways, formerly known as Brown Sea, to get asclose as they can to first class.

June Scout Parent Newsletter

Jennifer King's picture

Hello Troop 84 Parents,

June’s newsletter is coming to you a few days early so we could include two new events (one is this weekend!)
and reminders about summer camp.

We are still in need of a Committee Secretary. Please see below and volunteer!

As always, please let me know if you have questions.

Enjoy your summer.

Jennifer King
Troop 84 Scout Parent Coordinator

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