This is a campout that we have hosted last year and we will be hosting
it again. This events consits of Crossing a river with a rope, Fire
Building, and much more. Side activites are things like ice fishing
(weather permitting), Ice Skating (weather Permiting), Smush Boards,
If you want to see the flyer for the derby or the other stuff we use for planning it click below:
Cub Scout Crossover:
This event is when the troop goes up to camp Sequassen in East Hartford
and we rent out Friendship lodge. At this event the JLC performs skits
and activities for advancement for the cub scouts. On saturday night
the cub scouts cross over into boy scouts and on that weekend they get
there scout badge and alot signed off for there tenderfoot. To see the
files that we use and a schedule of events click below:
This event is the usual event that our troop goes to in the Spring.
Normally this is in April. At this event we do advancement, Take a hike
in the woods and we go see an old mill. Whiting is a campground that
has been moved twice and the cabin is the same from the first location.
To sleep there is a feild for tents which we have the new cross-overs
do for tenderfoot requirments. There is also two big Aderondac shack
which each sleep 6 on mattresses. A aderondac shack is a lot like a
leento with three walls and one open side in the front. Camp whiting is
a camp for troop 63 but is open to all registerd scout troops. For more
information on camp whiting please see this sight link: http://www.troop963.org/#camp
For documents that we use for camp whiting click below:
8 Years ago our troop got invited to west point in New York for there
camporee. Every Year since we have been trying to get invited again and
this year we were. So May 1-3 we will be going to west point for there
camporee. To see what the camporee is like and to see were to fill out
a form to be invited go to the Web site.
This is a big event in the spring that takes place every three years.
We don't know any details yet on this event. For More Information go to councils Website ctyankee.org