BOY SCOUT TROOP 50
Andrew Baird, Scoutmaster | Rob Stanford, Committee Chair | Michael Tullier, Chartered Org Rep
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
to prepare young people to make
ethical and moral choices over
their lifetimes by instilling in them
the v...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Aims of Scouting
 Growth in moral
strength and character
 Participating citizenship
 Developing in phys...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Council
Chartered Organization
Representative
Troop Committee
Scoutmaster
Youth Leadership /
Patrol Leader...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Boys
 10 to 18 years old
Adults
 18 years old and older, and may
include
□ Former Scouts
□ Parents of cu...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Troop 50’s mission is to
 GATHER young men into a
quality Scouting program,
 GROW them into servant lead...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Chartered by Auburn Rotary in
November 2012
Meets at First Presbyterian Church
2 Auburn Rotarians as troop...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
18 Scouts, inc. 3 junior assistant
scoutmasters
11 pending “crossovers” from Cub Scouts
Scoutmaster + 4 as...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
50% of Scouts
advancing in rank
100% membership
retention
31% increase in membership
8 short-term camp-out...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Troop 50’s “Eagles Nest”
Jeffery Geiger Jake Jerome
Daniel Meadows
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Troop Meetings
“…a troop is not divided
into patrols. A troop is
the sum total ...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
April 2013 | Cumberland Caverns
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
April 2013 | ScoutFest @ Auburn CityFest
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
May 2013 | Camp Jack Wright/Tannehill State Park
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
June 2013 | Service Day @ First Presbyterian Church
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
June 2013 | Camp Sequoyah
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
June 2013 | Philmont Scout Ranch
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
July 2013 | “Chillin’” @ Lake Martin
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
August 2013 | Rafting the Chattahoochee
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Sept. 2013 | Guntersville State Park
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Oct. 2013 | Fall Camporee @ Chewacla State Park
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Nov. 2013 | Service @ Blast & Cast
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Nov. 2013 | Backpacking the Pinhoti
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Dec. 2013 | Christmas Court of Honor & Toy Drive
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Jan. 2014 | Skiing @ Ober Gatlinburg
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Feb. 2014 | Service @ Food Bank of East Alabama
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Feb. 2014 | National Infantry Museum
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Recent Troop 50 Activities
Mar. 2014 | Horseshoe Bend National Military Park
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
April
 District Camporee, Chewacla State Park
 ScoutFest at Auburn CityFest, Kiesel Park
May
 Joint Ann...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Support fundraisers 
Serve as a merit badge
counselor
 130+ merit badge – many align
with Rotary’s vocat...
BOYSCOUTTROOP50
Online
 boyscout50.org
 blog.boyscout50.org
Andrew Baird | Scoutmaster
 scoutmaster@boyscout50.org
Rob ...
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March 2014 State-of-the-Troop Report to the Auburn Rotary Club

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Troop 50's annual reporting presentation to its chartering organization, the Auburn Rotary Club. Learn more about the troop at http://boyscout50.org

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  • FUNDRAISERSHave discount cards available for purchase todayThese supplement the gracious allocation the club has always made its chartered troop – together, these underwrite our registration fees, allow us to replace or purchase additional equipment, and offset activity expenses for ScoutsLEADERSdirect-service role or something more ad hoc like serving as a member of a troop board of review or teaching a merit badge – Rotary vocational focusWork with Scouts to mentor their Eagle Scout planning – guide planning, assist in identifying issuesDISTRICTAlan – district executiveMany of these skills and roles are available at the district level – local countyDistrict Eagle Boards: JR Smith and Bill Hutto (who also spent time as an assistant scoutmaster)Dick Phelan and Jay Jones – upcoming and past DCAD honorees – part of district Friends of Scouting fundraisingOTHER ROTARIANS INVOLVEDWalker Jackson – chartered organization representative during the time Rotary sponsored Troop 7
  • March 2014 State-of-the-Troop Report to the Auburn Rotary Club

    1. 1. BOY SCOUT TROOP 50 Andrew Baird, Scoutmaster | Rob Stanford, Committee Chair | Michael Tullier, Chartered Org Rep
    2. 2. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath & Law. Boy Scouts of America’s Mission Scout Oath On my honor, I will do my best, to do my duty to God and my country; and to obey the Scout Law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight. Scout Law A Scout is: Trustworthy, Loyal Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.
    3. 3. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Aims of Scouting  Growth in moral strength and character  Participating citizenship  Developing in physical, mental and emotional fitness  Methods of Scouting  Advancement  Ideals  Patrols  Outdoors  Adult association  Personal growth  Leadership development  Uniform Purpose of Scouting
    4. 4. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Council Chartered Organization Representative Troop Committee Scoutmaster Youth Leadership / Patrol Leaders’ Council Scouting Organization
    5. 5. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Boys  10 to 18 years old Adults  18 years old and older, and may include □ Former Scouts □ Parents of current and former Scouts □ Community members with desire to serve and/or share vocational experience Membership Criteria
    6. 6. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50’s mission is to  GATHER young men into a quality Scouting program,  GROW them into servant leaders, and  GO into the community in service and fellowship. Troop 50 Basics
    7. 7. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Chartered by Auburn Rotary in November 2012 Meets at First Presbyterian Church 2 Auburn Rotarians as troop leaders Financial support from Auburn Rotary Troop 50 Basics
    8. 8. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 18 Scouts, inc. 3 junior assistant scoutmasters 11 pending “crossovers” from Cub Scouts Scoutmaster + 4 assistant scoutmasters Meetings @ First Presbyterian Church  Troop | Mondays at 6:30 p.m.  Patrol Leaders’ Council | monthly  Troop Committee | monthly Troop stats
    9. 9. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 50% of Scouts advancing in rank 100% membership retention 31% increase in membership 8 short-term camp-outs active monthly PLC meetings and an annual planning meeting 14 service projects Journey to Excellence
    10. 10. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50’s “Eagles Nest” Jeffery Geiger Jake Jerome Daniel Meadows
    11. 11. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Troop Meetings “…a troop is not divided into patrols. A troop is the sum total of its patrols.” — "Green Bar Bill" Hillcourt
    12. 12. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities April 2013 | Cumberland Caverns
    13. 13. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities April 2013 | ScoutFest @ Auburn CityFest
    14. 14. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities May 2013 | Camp Jack Wright/Tannehill State Park
    15. 15. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities June 2013 | Service Day @ First Presbyterian Church
    16. 16. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities June 2013 | Camp Sequoyah
    17. 17. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities June 2013 | Philmont Scout Ranch
    18. 18. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities July 2013 | “Chillin’” @ Lake Martin
    19. 19. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities August 2013 | Rafting the Chattahoochee
    20. 20. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Sept. 2013 | Guntersville State Park
    21. 21. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Oct. 2013 | Fall Camporee @ Chewacla State Park
    22. 22. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Nov. 2013 | Service @ Blast & Cast
    23. 23. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Nov. 2013 | Backpacking the Pinhoti
    24. 24. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Dec. 2013 | Christmas Court of Honor & Toy Drive
    25. 25. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Jan. 2014 | Skiing @ Ober Gatlinburg
    26. 26. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Feb. 2014 | Service @ Food Bank of East Alabama
    27. 27. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Feb. 2014 | National Infantry Museum
    28. 28. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Mar. 2014 | Horseshoe Bend National Military Park
    29. 29. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 April  District Camporee, Chewacla State Park  ScoutFest at Auburn CityFest, Kiesel Park May  Joint Annual Troop Planning Retreat and Campout June  Contingent to Camp Daniel Boone (Canton, N.C.)  Contingent to Camp Woodruff (Blairsville, Ga.) Upcoming Troop Activities
    30. 30. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Support fundraisers  Serve as a merit badge counselor  130+ merit badge – many align with Rotary’s vocational focus Mentor Eagle Scout projects Serve as assistant scoutmaster or troop committee member Service Roles for Rotarians
    31. 31. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Online  boyscout50.org  blog.boyscout50.org Andrew Baird | Scoutmaster  scoutmaster@boyscout50.org Rob Stanford | Troop Committee Chair  troopcommittee@boyscout50.org Michael Tullier | Chartered Organization Rep  boyscout50@boyscout50.org For more information /boyscout50 /BoyScoutT50

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