Troop Committee Corner – December 2014

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!

The December Parent Committee Meeting will be this Tuesday the 2nd after the Troop announcements. This will be our Annual General Meeting. There will be lots of information, from upcoming outings to Troop policies. Also parent volunteer opportunities for next year.

Remember to pay your annual dues. $125 per scout. If you have a second scout in the troop, that scout is $100.

This months Court of Honor will be on Tuesday the 16th. All are welcome as we recognize your scouts advancements and achievements.

Parent volunteer training courses are available online at the Boy Scouts of America website.These trainings help us maintain the high quality of our adult leaders.

I look forward to seeing everyone at Tuesdays meeting.

Jerry Ball
Committee Chair

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