Ok it is official we have a new PLC to take over in our next set of meetings. I am asking that the old PLC do a 1 month transition to the new PLC to ensure all nominations are locked in and know how to do their duties.
Here is your 2018 PLC
- Senior Patrol Leader: Adam Freeman
- Assistant Senior Patrol Leader: Bennett Schumacher
- Patrol Leader: Henry Bayert
- Assistant Patrol Leader: Ben Regennitter
Patrol 2(Amish Electricians)
- Patrol Leader: George Truitt
- Assistant Patrol Leader: Charlie Van Ek
- Patrol Leader: Michael McNally
- Assistant Patrol Leader: Luke Solak
Patrol 4(Road kill)
- Patrol Leader: Alec Schmitt
- Assistant Patrol Leader: Ian Ruggiero
For our next PLC meeting we require the following participants:
- Senior Patrol Leader
- Assistant Senior Patrol Leader
- Patrol Leaders
- Any Assigned Guides
Self-nominations are now open.
Positions will go quick. Note we already have ASPL and APL positions filled.
See descriptions here:
Sign up here:
In October Troop 41 will welcome local Webelos Dens to our campsite. Skills for advancement for the Webelos and our scouts will be offered. Although it’s one of the county’s smaller forest preserves, the 263-acre Churchill Woods Forest Preserve in Glen Ellyn is home to an impressive range of habitats.
- Scout Campout Cost: $0
- Registration Cutoff: 10/17/2018
- Online Signup Link: Churchill Woods Registration Form
- Departure Location: Churchill Woods – See Map
- Departure Date and Time: Friday, October 19th, 2018, 6:00 PM
- Return Location: Churchill Woods – See Map
- Return Date and Time: Sunday, October 21st, 2018, 12:00 PM
- Contact: Mr. Basso
Directions and maps
High Adventure 2019
We have a reservation for Summit Bechtel Reserve, for river rafting, mountain biking, and marksmanship. A few scouts have communicated that they would like to explore an independent high adventure trip. If you researched an idea and want to present it, please contact Mr. Schmitt by next week.
Kiwanis Peanut Day – Mr. Colliander
Kiwanis is holding its annual peanut day this Friday Sept. 28 – 29. Mr. Colliander is a sponsor for this organization and is providing info and order forms (attached) for anyone wanting to support and order from them. He will be at the next meeting to collect any order form. If you prefer to order on-line and pay by credit card, please use this link: Order Online
JDRF – Opening Flag Ceremony – Sunday Sept 30, 8:30am – Mr. Ruggiero
Color Guard needed to perform opening flag ceremony for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation One Walk which is Sunday Sept. 30, at 8:30am at St. James Farm. Looking for 6 scouts to perform the opening flag ceremony at this year’s JDRF One Walk before a large crowd. Scouts will perform flag ceremony before the One Walk event starts. We will only run the flag ceremony and depart soon after the walk begins. For details contact Mr. Ruggiero.
Here is a link for more information about the walk: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation One Walk Information.
Fall Court of Honor – Sunday Sept 30th 3 – 5 p.m.
The Fall Court of Honor is Sunday September 30th from 3-5 p.m. at First Congregational Church – Pilgrim Hall. All scouts and parents are encouraged to attend. Scouts will be recognized for their service and achievements, and the leaders will update everyone on the Troop’s events and plans. It’s a great way to support the boys, and see all Troop 41 has to offer. Dinner will be provided by Barone’s.
Please bring a dessert to share for the sweet table. Scouts should wear their Class A uniforms. The PLC should plan to arrive at 2:30 p.m. to help with set up and stay a little after to help with take down.
As in years past, a “hand me down table” will be set up. Scouts who have outgrown uniforms, Class B, Class C, hiking boots, hoodies and other Troop and camping gear are encouraged to bring it and add it on the table. Younger scouts will benefit from your generosity! Please be sure all gear is clean and gently used. Please RSVP to Michelle Andringa by Monday September 24th.
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING COURT OF HONOR:
Scouts are expected to wear the proper pants and shoes with their Class ‘A’ shirts for all formal events, such as the Court of Honor. Pants can be green or khaki. Flip flops, slides, jeans, plaid shorts should NOT be worn with class ‘A’s. The purpose of the scout uniform is to give the boys a sense of belonging and loyalty to their patrol and troop. It shows commitment to the aims and purpose of scouting, as well as a positive image within the community. It shows a scout to be someone of good character, who is prepared and helpful. Leaders in uniform set good examples and are perceived as true leaders.