March 2017 Committee Meeting

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Boy Scout Troop 287

 

Meeting:                                    Troop 287 Committee Meeting

Date & Time:                              March 14, 2017, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Location:                                   Wilson United Methodist Church

In attendance:                           Sandy Johnston, Danny Reeves, Pam Reeves , Sean Warner,  Tom Sharp, Jonathan Weston, Sandy Diggs,                                                  Mary Cuccaro, Roxann and Michael Pharris

 

 

Sean Warner – Scout Master

  • Opened the meeting
  • March 21, 2017 – Game Night, proposed ice skating at Sertich Ice Center. Possible alternative location will be announced. Please watch for updates.
  • April 21- 23, 2017 – Bishop’s Castle Campout, 12705 State Hwy 165, Rye Colorado. (www.bishopcastle.org)
  • May19 -20, 2017 – Farish Campout with Pack 6
  • Reminder Flags are coming up soon
  • Reminder Summer Camp is June.
  • Planning for High Adventure Campout is being discussed.
  • Scoutmaster conferences – evaluation of the current process was discussed.

 

Motion:

                To approve update conferences and addressing skills in scout meetings

 

Sandy Johnston – Committee Chair

  • Troop Scout elections- discussed standardization to process and to have leaderships positions filled by certain rank
  • May 16, 2017, a Council representative from Investment In Character (IIC) formerly Friends of Scouting will be presenting at the Court of Honor
  • Scholarship Fund review and request presented
  • ****There is an URGENT need for a fundraising committee member for flags and popcorn sales****.Flags are in May! Please consider the position and contact Sean or Sandy as soon as possible.

Motions: 

To approve standardization of Troop elections

To approve designated scholarship fund request

 

Danny Reeves – Committee Treasurer:

  • Gave the current status of the Troop’s total operating account

 

 

 

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