Parent Committee Minutes – April 2014

April 1, 2014

Recap & Review

Summer Camp

  • Jerry will follow up with Roy about Carolyn Taylor attending
  • We may need one more adult to attend as well
  • July 6, 2014 @ Pico Blanco
  • We need a minimum of four adults
  • Jerry will find out if the troop covers the cost for the adults

Work Day at Rancho Alegre

  • The work day has been cancelled
  • The Troop will do a day hike at Lizard’s Mouth instead

Camporee

  • Saturday evening of Camporee (4/11) the committee puts on a BBQ
  • Michael Ensign is coordinating the BBQ for the Troop

April Court of Honor

  • April 15th is our next Court of Honor
  • Rob Taylor is coordinating
  • Everyone is invited to bring a dish

Treasurer Report

  • Everything is going well
  • Several expenses are outstanding including Death Valley and the Spring Break trip
  • Summer camp deposit has been made for 20 scouts
  • Summer camp deposits are overdue, so if your son is going, please turn in your deposit to Susan Swider

Scoutmaster Announcements

  • Great trip to Colorado River and Joshua Tree
  • The troop collected a lot of trash and cleaned up a lot of garbage
  • Rock climbing in Joshua Tree went really well
  • Lots of scouts visiting lately and we’ll have some more bridging over soon
  • If there are any questions about adult leadership, please contact Paul or Jerry
  • Training for the Bike Ride from SF to SB continues. See calendar for schedule

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