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Need to finish just a few Rank Requirements? Come to Monday's meeting!

Posted by MrBrown on May 21 2016 - 11:16pm

Starting this Monday, at each PLC meeting scouts who need to finish up Scout, Tenderfoot, Second Class or First Class skills will have a chance to work on them with the Troop Guides and Asst. Scoutmasters.  This opportunity is focused on those scouts who need to "catch up" on these requirements. After the opening of the PLC they will meet separately.  Bring your Scout Handbook and Be Prepared!

Final Reminder - Annual Planning Meeting on Sunday at 3pm

Posted by MrBrown on May 21 2016 - 11:15pm

SCOUTS - It's time to plan YOUR troop campouts and activities for 2016-17.  The troop's Annual Planning will take place on Sunday, May 22nd at the Gotha Community Center (9561 Gotha Road) from 3 - 5pm.  Come and Plan your Best Scouting Year Ever!

Den 2 + 12 Years = 6 Eagle Scouts and the Experience of a Lifetime!

Posted by MrBrown on May 21 2016 - 11:03pm

Over 12 years ago, six 1st graders at Windermere Elementary School formed Den 2 at Pack 225.  After their Cub Scout experience, they all joined Troop 225 as Boy Scouts.  After hundreds of nights of camping, numerous merit badges, summer camps, high adventure trips and six great Eagle Projects, they all celebrated together at the Court of Honor on May 16th that ALL of them have earned Scouting's highest rank, Eagle Scout!  Congratulations to Jackson B, Corey M, Zack T, Joey W, Steven A and Chad V.  Pictured at right is their Den Leader, Mr. Myers.  During the time that Mr. Myers led the pack as Cubmaster, Mr Taylor (far left) and Mr. Wolski (not pictured) were the Den Leaders.  Also congratulate all of these scouts as they graduate from high school this next week and start college in the fall!

You can still earn First Class Requirement #2

Posted by michaeltneff on May 21 2016 - 4:08pm
all scouts who missed the compass course for First Class requirement 2 and Second Class requirement 1a can take the course by making an appointment with Mr Neff (email troop225.mrneff@gmail.com or call or text 4075924995).

To volunteer at Cub Scout Day Camp

Posted by michaeltneff on May 17 2016 - 9:38am

To volunteer at Cub Scout Day Camp, June 13-18, you must contact Mr. Mick McCabe, Cub Day Camp Director, 2016, fmccabe83@gmail.com859-652-1087 (Cell)

Make Sandwiches for Local Charity - Earn Service Hours!

Posted by MrBrown on May 15 2016 - 9:59pm
HELP us make sandwiches for Local Charity on Monday, May 23 at Camp Ithiel.  On Monday, May 23, 2016 at 4:45pm at Camp Ithiel in the main building, we will be making Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches for the local charity, “One Heart for Women and Children.” This will be counted for service hours and towards anyone who needs to complete merit badge hours. We need your help with getting some supplies. We need Peanut Butter, Jelly, Bread and sandwich bags. We will have fun making the sandwiches and our efforts will help feed over 3,000 homeless people right here in Orlando. PLEASE, come out and support this wonderful local charity. We have over 100 scouts in our troop and we are looking for all of you to do something to contribute to the success of this project. Please contact ASM Mr. Attardi at michaelattardi@aol.com or mobile at 848-218-9009 for your commitment. You can also sign up on the troop website. If you cannot attend on Monday, May 23, please donate some food for the cause. A team of volunteer Troop 225 scouts will help us distribute these sandwiches to “One Heart for Women and Children.” www.oneheartforwomenandchildren.org

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