Recruiting
Presentation




               Troop
               Moraga, California
While similar with other troops in adherence to the
BSA goals--training youth in responsible citizenship,
character develo...
Small, Select Troop
              Unique approach
• In the same way that smaller classrooms are better
  for students, bei...
Successful Scouts - Achievement
• Troop 246 had 7 Eagle Scouts this year.
• For the three years before this year, Troop 24...
Camping/ High Adventure Opps
• Florida Sea Base High Adventure Camp
• Camp Chawanakee
• Catalina Island – July 2011
• Nort...
Full calendar of activities
• Fundraising/public service activities at the Pear
  Festival, Beach Clean-ups, Moraga July 4...
It Takes A Village
 There’s a good group of families involved with
  Troop 246. It’s not just about the boys. In
  order ...
For more information:
  Leslie Green, Recruiting, wessnjoe@netscape.net
Jeff Baldwin, Scoutmaster, jeff_baldwin@comcast.ne...
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Troop 246 recruiting

  1. 1. Recruiting Presentation Troop Moraga, California
  2. 2. While similar with other troops in adherence to the BSA goals--training youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance, Troop 246 is distinctive in that We are a small, select troop with A Unique Approach, Successful Scouts, Special High Adventure Opportunities and A Great Network of Families for Scout Support.
  3. 3. Small, Select Troop Unique approach • In the same way that smaller classrooms are better for students, being a smaller troop, and a close group, the boys have more opportunities to test themselves and develop their leadership skills. • Our troop is strategically looking for a select number of new scouts with the potential to do well, not a large group. • We are a relaxed troup, but effective. Meetings – every other week on Wednesdays.
  4. 4. Successful Scouts - Achievement • Troop 246 had 7 Eagle Scouts this year. • For the three years before this year, Troop 246 had 8 boys per year become Eagle Scouts. • Only 5% of Scouts in the U.S. earn the rank of Eagle.
  5. 5. Camping/ High Adventure Opps • Florida Sea Base High Adventure Camp • Camp Chawanakee • Catalina Island – July 2011 • Northern Tier High Adventure Camp in Canada—August 2011 • Future: Alaska camp
  6. 6. Full calendar of activities • Fundraising/public service activities at the Pear Festival, Beach Clean-ups, Moraga July 4th, Scouting for Food, Zoo Clean-up • Paintball/rock climbing – Nov; bowling -Dec & Feb, local hikes and bike rides. • Tahoe Ski Trip - Jan; Whitewater Rafting - May • Camping: Camp Chawanakee- August; Santa Cruz Boardwalk – Oct; high adventure trips • Join in Mt. Diablo council events: Cal basketball game, Jamborees, Council dinners/BBQs
  7. 7. It Takes A Village  There’s a good group of families involved with Troop 246. It’s not just about the boys. In order for the Troop to be successful, it’s about having a good support network of families.  Opportunities for adult leaders, merit badge counselors.  We hope you will join us.
  8. 8. For more information: Leslie Green, Recruiting, wessnjoe@netscape.net Jeff Baldwin, Scoutmaster, jeff_baldwin@comcast.net There will be an Open House on Wednesday, November 3, 7:30 p.m. at the Scout Hut on Moraga Way. Recruiting website: http://troop246.wordpress.com/

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