Saturday, October 22
Tickets are $4 each, for Scout groups
A 65% savings over regular ticket price
All Scouts receive a commemorative uniform patch.
To order, call: 718-990-2142,
or, stop by the Carnasecca Arena ticket office,
or, mail a check payable to St. John’s University, to:
St. John’s University
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
While most of NYC was unscathed by Hurricane Irene, the storm made a huge impact upstate in the Empire State. We are asked once again to join together to help aid our fellow New Yorkers. Pouch Camp has been asked to be one of the pick-up and drop-off locations to help those upstate who lost everything they own. They are looking for almost any item you can think of, clothing, food, formula, non-perishable foods, books , magazines). Almost all the families affected were left with nothing. They will begin pick-up weekly for the first couple of months and then as needed thereafter. We will be collecting items until February. Once again, everyone’s help is greatly appreciated in this matter. As Scouts, we are reminded to do a good turn daily.
List of items to be collected: Formula; diapers; non-perishable foods; clothing(especially winter clothing); any other items you can think of.
William H. Pouch Scout Camp
1465 Manor Rd.
Staten Island, NY 10314
Phone: (718) 351-1905
Fax: (718) 351-7195
Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation and Outdoor Webelos Leader Skills
When: 12 November, 2011
Where: Berlin Lodge, Pouch Camp
Cost: $10 per person
You asked for it and now we have it. One course. One day. Two fantastic learning experiences. Any adult who has an interest in camping and learning outdoor skills can take this course. Designed for leaders who are in charge of Pack and Webelos overnight activities, this course covers the rules, guidelines, and safety considerations for “Pack Family Camping” and “Webelos Campouts”. It teaches the why and how of Cub Scout camping; planning, equipment, meal preparation, fire safety, stoves, and lanterns; first aid and sanitation; nature hikes, games, and campfire programs. Participants will receive both BALOO and OWLS certification. Local Tour Permits require that a Pack must have a BALOO-certified adult leader attend Cub Scout Campouts and overnight activities.
This is a great course for Tiger, Cub or Webelos parents who have little or no camping experience. It is an entry-level outdoor training with emphasis on outdoor activities and skills pertaining to and geared toward Cub Scout camping and outdoor experiences.
2011 BALOO-OWL Flyer and Registration
When: Saturday, October 15, 8:00AM to 2:00PM
Where: Berlin Lodge, Pouch Camp
Cost: $20.00, per person
Is a required training for all new Pack leaders – Tiger, Cub Scout (Wolf & Bear), Webelos, Cubmaster, & Pack Committee. This Training covers the topics of den and pack meeting planning, pack finance and management, special activity planning and secrets of successful leaders.. The session includes special breakouts for each leader position. The pre-course requirement is that every person should take “This is Scouting” offered on-line at myscouting.org (after you register or sign on – training drop down – e-learning – This is Scouting).
CSLST Flyer and Registration
Saturday, November 19, 2011
8:30AM – 5:00PM
Archbishop Stepinac High School
950 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, NY 10605
Cost: $5.00 Pre-Registration. $8.00 at the door
What would it be like if the Scouts of our Archdiocese got together for One Day, as One Church, in One Place, with One Voice, Worship One God, and make One Choice to acknowledge One Savior!
It’s that time of Year to add some training dates to your Calendars.
Archery Range Officer Training at Pouch. (Tell a responsible friend)
This would allow you to open and run the range, but there’s
an expectation that you’d do so for more than just your unit.
Sun. 9/ 25 /11 9:45am.
Sun. 10/ 16 /11 8:45am.
RSVP for training at 718) 351 1905 Pouch or online firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Friday October 21st to Sunday October 23rd (6:00pm) (10:00am)
Where: Pouch Camp — Stewart Area
**Check-in at Beach cabin after 5:30pm**
Who: Webelos, only
The purpose of the Webelos-o-Ree is to better prepare the Webelos for Boy Scouting. This is a weekend camp-out in either Lean-tos or Tents. All units will participate in the learning stations:
The 2011 “Hike Across The GW Bridge And On Up To Alpine” O-REE
DATE: Saturday October 1st and Sunday October 2nd
TIME: Meet up at 8:00AM
Departure at 8:30AM
LOCATION: Ft. Washington Collegiate Church
729 West 181 Street
New York, New York 10033
(Between Fort Washington Avenue and Colonel Robert Magaw Place)
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancers, and the Light The Night Walk is one of our biggest fundraising campaigns, with Walks taking place in over 200 communities each Fall.
The New York City chapter hosts three of these Walks every year in Queens, Staten Island, and Manhattan. Last year, the New York City participants raised $3.5 MILLION to support the mission of LLS: to cure Leukemia, Lymphoma, Myeloma, and Hodgkin’s Disease and to improve the quality of life of patients.
The Greater New York Councils, Boy Scouts of America is proud to offer the following course for our Scout Leaders and camp staff. The courses will be held in the classroom of the Activity Center at the Alpine Scout Camp.
Archery and BB Range Safety Officer Course
Saturday, October 1, 2011, 9:00AM
$10 per attendee
24 Attendees, maximum
Attendees must be 18 years of age or older
No charge for Campmasters and range camp staff
Archery and BB Safety Officer Course Flier