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2015.07.08 State-of-the-Troop Presentation to the Auburn Rotary Club

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Troop 50 made its third state-of-the-troop report to its chartered organization, the Rotary Club of Auburn, Alabama. Learn more about the troop at http://boyscout50.org, and the Auburn Rotary Club at http://www.auburnrotaryclub.com.

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2015.07.08 State-of-the-Troop Presentation to the Auburn Rotary Club

  1. 1. Andrew Baird, Scoutmaster  Rob Stanford, Troop Committee Chair  Michael Tullier, Chartered Organization Representative STATE-OF-THE-TROOP UPDATE
  2. 2. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 GATHER young men into a quality Scouting program, GROW them into servant leaders, and GO into the community in service and fellowship. Troop 50’s mission
  3. 3. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 28 registered Scouts  7 new Scouts and one transfer this spring Scoutmaster and 6 Assistant Scoutmasters Weekly Meetings @ First Presbyterian Church (August – May) Troop stats 5 new Scouts came by way of Pack 29’s crossover in April
  4. 4. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Scouts advancing in rank membership retention and growth, and Cub Scout outreach trained adult leaders camping frequency frequency of Patrol Leaders’ Council meetings frequency of courts of honor service project frequency budgeting oversight by the troop committee physical fitness activities integrated into troop meetings on-time rechartering Journey to Excellence Metrics 2014 JTE Gold Award Unit
  5. 5. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Doing a Good Turn VFWPost 5404 Flag Day Flag Retirement Ceremony June 2014 First Presbyterian Church Work Day, Oct. 2014 Blast & Cast, Nov. 2014
  6. 6. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Doing a Good Turn Christmas Party &Toys forTots Dec. 2014 Scouting for Food, Feb. 2015 Rotary Hickory Dickory Park Work Day Mar. 2015
  7. 7. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 James J. Baird Jr. Honor Scout Award
  8. 8. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Eagle Scout Project Planning Creekside observation deck and outdoor teaching area at Pick Elementary School
  9. 9. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50’s “Eagles Nest” Vincent Chu | April 2014 Eagle project: bee enclosure at the Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve 26 merit badges  favorite: Scuba Diving rising sophomore at Auburn University
  10. 10. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50’s “Eagles Nest” Ethan Smith | April 2014 Eagle project: bridge at Ogletree Elementary School 28 merit badges  favorite: Shotgun Shooting rising senior at Auburn High School
  11. 11. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights May 2015 | Annual Planning Retreat
  12. 12. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop Organization and Leadership Key 3
  13. 13. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 A Word from our Senior Patrol Leader
  14. 14. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights Nov. 2014 | Andersonville National Historic Site
  15. 15. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights Mar. 2015 | Saugahatchee District Camporee
  16. 16. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities June 2015 | Camp Sequoyah
  17. 17. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights Sept. 2014 | Flint River Canoe Trip
  18. 18. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights Oct. 2014 | Backpacking the Pine Mountain Trail
  19. 19. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights Jan. 2015 | Skiing in Gatlinburg
  20. 20. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights Feb.2015|ServantsinFaith&Technology(SIFAT)
  21. 21. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights Apr. 2015 | Cumberland Caverns
  22. 22. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Troop 50 Activities Highlights Apr. 2015 | Disability Awareness Merit Badge
  23. 23. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 District camporees “Chill at the Lake” Whitewater rafting Backpacking USS Alabama overnighter Historical battlefield hike Ziplining Cumberland Island Annual Planning Retreat Other Past & Upcoming Troop Activities
  24. 24. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Nearly 22% of BSA’s 100,000+ units are chartered (“owned and operated”) by civic organizations Appoints representative to coordinate its Scouting operations  appoints adult leadership  ensures leaders maintain minimum training  represents Rotary at district and council levels Rotary’s “Charter Organization” Role
  25. 25. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Support fundraisers Teach a merit badge  troop or small-group setting  Rotary make-up credit Mentor or volunteer for Eagle Scout projects Serve as a volunteer leader Service Opportunities for Rotarians
  26. 26. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Connect with Troop 50 Online /boyscout50 /BoyScoutT50 /+Troop50BSA /c/Troop50BSA Website boyscout50.org Blog & Photos blog.boyscout50.org Social Media
  27. 27. BOYSCOUTTROOP50
  28. 28. BOYSCOUTTROOP50
  29. 29. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities May 2014 | Annual Planning Retreat
  30. 30. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities June 2014 | VFW Flag Day Ceremony & Mountain-biking
  31. 31. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities April 2014 | District Camporee
  32. 32. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities April 2014 | ScoutFest @ Auburn CityFest
  33. 33. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities June 2014 | Camp Woodruff
  34. 34. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities July 2014 | Chill at the Lake
  35. 35. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities October 2014 | First Presbyterian Church work day
  36. 36. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities November 2014 | Blast and Cast
  37. 37. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities December 2014 | Christmas Party and Toys for Tots
  38. 38. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities February 2015 | Scouting for Food
  39. 39. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities Mar. 2015 | Rotary Hickory Dickory Park work day
  40. 40. BOYSCOUTTROOP50 Recent Troop 50 Activities April 2015 | Pack 29 Crossover Ceremony

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