TROOP 870 B CALENDAR

Events and Important Dates!

June 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Wednesday June 1
Thursday June 2
Friday June 3
Saturday June 4
Sunday June 5
Monday June 6
  • 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Committee Meeting
    Committee Meeting
    7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
    MHCC- outside

    Greetings Committee and ASMs,

    Monday is our monthly committee meeting, Jenn Kennedy won’t be at the meeting, she’s out of town, so we will have her email finance stuff later. Please email Rachel H your agenda items.
    We will have 2, possibly 3 Eagle Project presentations- Nathanael, GianCarlo and possibly Zachariah. We need as many committee members present as possible.
    Matt will be standing in for me as unit Leader for Nathanael’s presentation.

    Thanks
    Larry

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4435007

  • 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm Troop Meeting backpacking weekend prep
    Troop Meeting backpacking weekend prep
    7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
    Murray Hills Christian Church- Outdoors 7pm

    Greetings Troop 870/5870,

    Tonight’s meeting will be at MHCC, weather looks nice so we will meet outside.

    Flag: Flaming Slayers

    Announcements
    – Backpacking 101 event Jun 10-12
    – Summer Camp Medical Forms due June 27
    – Mt Hood Weekend July 14-17
    – New Scouts: Claira and Veronica Troop 5870, Arthur- 870

    Agenda
    -Backpacking weekend prep and menu planning, topics discussed are below:
    Matthew R- Hammock versus tent camping, proper bag packing
    Logan Potter- Trek poles
    Logan Ferebee- Proper clothing
    Joey Henson- What not to pack
    Nathanael/Mr Steagall- Stoves and food

    Scoutmaster Minute

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4418433

Tuesday June 7
Wednesday June 8
Thursday June 9
Friday June 10
  • 5:00 pm Backpacking Weekend- RSVP By June 6th 5pm
    Backpacking Weekend- RSVP By June 6th 5pm
    5:00 pm
    Royce Finel - leave from MHCC Fri 5pm

    Hello Troop 870/5870,

    Our beginning backpacking weekend is coming up June 10-12. Please RSVP by June 6th at 5pm, we need a good head count as we need to limit our cars we take.
    Meet at MHCC at 5pm, it will take us about 2 hours to get to the trail head, so bring a dinner to eat on the way. A bag check will be done prior to leaving to make sure we have our bags packed correctly.

    *Please Note we have a couple of exterior frame backpacks that were recently donated to Troop 870. If you need a pack let me know.

    This is an overnight trip, we expect to be back in town at Bales around 10am on Sunday. The scouts will call their parents when we arrive back in town.

    Per Troop 870 — Class A uniform required for travel to and from events. However you can change over to class b or a scout appropriate attire once we arrive at the trailhead.

    Cost$: $10, which you will need to bring with you for Saturday. You will need to provide your own food for the rest of the weekend and gear.

    What to expect:

    Friday Evening: We will hike into the campsite for about a mile. You will need to carry all of your gear, so pack accordingly, The backpacking packing list is here:
    https://secureservercdn.net/198.71.233.44/d53.39d.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/BackpackingCheckList.pdf

    Scouts can work on scout skills, or in the past we have also played card games. The limits are up to you. Just remember you have to hike in and hike out anything that you bring. So please keep that in mind!

    Saturday:
    We will work on Scout Skills, backpacking skills and also go on a 7-10 mile day hike, so please bring a day pack big enough to carry water, money for lunch as we will stop somewhere after our 10 mile hike and your 10 essentials.

    Skills you will learn: Water purification, backpacking cooking, proper pack arrangement, tent versus hammock camping, and other skills necessary to be successful backpackers.

    Sunday: Sunday we pack up after breakfast,and head back to the trail head. Upon arrival to the trailhead, we will pack up the cars, discuss our weekend and head back to Beaverton and arrive at Bales around 10am.

    Recommended Items:
    You own food for the weekend
    10 essentials
    Water Bottle
    Water pump or water purification tabs (The troop will have tablets and teach you how to purify water)
    Towel & swimming attire
    Sunscreen
    bug repellent
    Extra Clothes + jacket/sweater (nights can be cold)
    Small backpacking stove or a jetboil/equivalent + extra fuel
    Enough food to last you the weekend. (Mtn. House Freeze Dried Food is a good choice – just add hot water) (We will discuss food at the June 6th meeting)
    Mess Kit and dish soap along with wash cloth.
    Tent
    Ground Cloth or tarp.
    Sleeping pad. (we are sleeping on the ground)
    Sleeping bag (I like to carry a small fleece blanket just in case it’s cold)
    Extra batteries
    Toilet Paper / Small shovel or digging tool

    Please be at the June 6th meeting as we will discuss the weekend in length and answer all your questions.

    Thank you
    Mr Coleman
    Mr Steagall

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4430146

Saturday June 11
  • All Day Backpacking Weekend- RSVP By June 6th 5pm
    Backpacking Weekend- RSVP By June 6th 5pm
    Royce Finel - leave from MHCC Fri 5pm

    Hello Troop 870/5870,

    Our beginning backpacking weekend is coming up June 10-12. Please RSVP by June 6th at 5pm, we need a good head count as we need to limit our cars we take.
    Meet at MHCC at 5pm, it will take us about 2 hours to get to the trail head, so bring a dinner to eat on the way. A bag check will be done prior to leaving to make sure we have our bags packed correctly.

    *Please Note we have a couple of exterior frame backpacks that were recently donated to Troop 870. If you need a pack let me know.

    This is an overnight trip, we expect to be back in town at Bales around 10am on Sunday. The scouts will call their parents when we arrive back in town.

    Per Troop 870 — Class A uniform required for travel to and from events. However you can change over to class b or a scout appropriate attire once we arrive at the trailhead.

    Cost$: $10, which you will need to bring with you for Saturday. You will need to provide your own food for the rest of the weekend and gear.

    What to expect:

    Friday Evening: We will hike into the campsite for about a mile. You will need to carry all of your gear, so pack accordingly, The backpacking packing list is here:
    https://secureservercdn.net/198.71.233.44/d53.39d.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/BackpackingCheckList.pdf

    Scouts can work on scout skills, or in the past we have also played card games. The limits are up to you. Just remember you have to hike in and hike out anything that you bring. So please keep that in mind!

    Saturday:
    We will work on Scout Skills, backpacking skills and also go on a 7-10 mile day hike, so please bring a day pack big enough to carry water, money for lunch as we will stop somewhere after our 10 mile hike and your 10 essentials.

    Skills you will learn: Water purification, backpacking cooking, proper pack arrangement, tent versus hammock camping, and other skills necessary to be successful backpackers.

    Sunday: Sunday we pack up after breakfast,and head back to the trail head. Upon arrival to the trailhead, we will pack up the cars, discuss our weekend and head back to Beaverton and arrive at Bales around 10am.

    Recommended Items:
    You own food for the weekend
    10 essentials
    Water Bottle
    Water pump or water purification tabs (The troop will have tablets and teach you how to purify water)
    Towel & swimming attire
    Sunscreen
    bug repellent
    Extra Clothes + jacket/sweater (nights can be cold)
    Small backpacking stove or a jetboil/equivalent + extra fuel
    Enough food to last you the weekend. (Mtn. House Freeze Dried Food is a good choice – just add hot water) (We will discuss food at the June 6th meeting)
    Mess Kit and dish soap along with wash cloth.
    Tent
    Ground Cloth or tarp.
    Sleeping pad. (we are sleeping on the ground)
    Sleeping bag (I like to carry a small fleece blanket just in case it’s cold)
    Extra batteries
    Toilet Paper / Small shovel or digging tool

    Please be at the June 6th meeting as we will discuss the weekend in length and answer all your questions.

    Thank you
    Mr Coleman
    Mr Steagall

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4430146

Sunday June 12
  • Backpacking Weekend- RSVP By June 6th 5pm Ends 10:00 am
    Backpacking Weekend- RSVP By June 6th 5pm
    Royce Finel - leave from MHCC Fri 5pm

    Hello Troop 870/5870,

    Our beginning backpacking weekend is coming up June 10-12. Please RSVP by June 6th at 5pm, we need a good head count as we need to limit our cars we take.
    Meet at MHCC at 5pm, it will take us about 2 hours to get to the trail head, so bring a dinner to eat on the way. A bag check will be done prior to leaving to make sure we have our bags packed correctly.

    *Please Note we have a couple of exterior frame backpacks that were recently donated to Troop 870. If you need a pack let me know.

    This is an overnight trip, we expect to be back in town at Bales around 10am on Sunday. The scouts will call their parents when we arrive back in town.

    Per Troop 870 — Class A uniform required for travel to and from events. However you can change over to class b or a scout appropriate attire once we arrive at the trailhead.

    Cost$: $10, which you will need to bring with you for Saturday. You will need to provide your own food for the rest of the weekend and gear.

    What to expect:

    Friday Evening: We will hike into the campsite for about a mile. You will need to carry all of your gear, so pack accordingly, The backpacking packing list is here:
    https://secureservercdn.net/198.71.233.44/d53.39d.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/BackpackingCheckList.pdf

    Scouts can work on scout skills, or in the past we have also played card games. The limits are up to you. Just remember you have to hike in and hike out anything that you bring. So please keep that in mind!

    Saturday:
    We will work on Scout Skills, backpacking skills and also go on a 7-10 mile day hike, so please bring a day pack big enough to carry water, money for lunch as we will stop somewhere after our 10 mile hike and your 10 essentials.

    Skills you will learn: Water purification, backpacking cooking, proper pack arrangement, tent versus hammock camping, and other skills necessary to be successful backpackers.

    Sunday: Sunday we pack up after breakfast,and head back to the trail head. Upon arrival to the trailhead, we will pack up the cars, discuss our weekend and head back to Beaverton and arrive at Bales around 10am.

    Recommended Items:
    You own food for the weekend
    10 essentials
    Water Bottle
    Water pump or water purification tabs (The troop will have tablets and teach you how to purify water)
    Towel & swimming attire
    Sunscreen
    bug repellent
    Extra Clothes + jacket/sweater (nights can be cold)
    Small backpacking stove or a jetboil/equivalent + extra fuel
    Enough food to last you the weekend. (Mtn. House Freeze Dried Food is a good choice – just add hot water) (We will discuss food at the June 6th meeting)
    Mess Kit and dish soap along with wash cloth.
    Tent
    Ground Cloth or tarp.
    Sleeping pad. (we are sleeping on the ground)
    Sleeping bag (I like to carry a small fleece blanket just in case it’s cold)
    Extra batteries
    Toilet Paper / Small shovel or digging tool

    Please be at the June 6th meeting as we will discuss the weekend in length and answer all your questions.

    Thank you
    Mr Coleman
    Mr Steagall

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4430146

Monday June 13
Tuesday June 14
Wednesday June 15
Thursday June 16
Friday June 17
Saturday June 18
Sunday June 19
Monday June 20
  • 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm Troop Meeting- Scavenger Hunt
    Troop Meeting- Scavenger Hunt
    7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
    Murray Hills Christian Church- 7pm

    Greetings Troop 870/5870,

    Tonight’s meeting will be at MHCC, weather is iffy so be ready for indoor or outdoor meeting.

    Flag: Scoots

    Announcements
    – GianCarlo’s Eagle Project June 26
    – Daniel Everett’s Eagle Scout Court of Honor June 27
    – Summer Camp Medical Forms due June 27
    – Mt Hood Weekend July 14-17
    – Nathanael’s Eagle project Jul 23
    – Summer Camp July 30

    Agenda
    – Patrol Competition: Scavenger Hunt (Prizes (ice cream sandwiches) for winners)

    Scoutmaster Minute

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4452970

Tuesday June 21
Wednesday June 22
Thursday June 23
Friday June 24
Saturday June 25
Sunday June 26
  • 10:00 am – 3:00 pm GianCarlo's Eagle Project- Please RSVP
    GianCarlo's Eagle Project- Please RSVP
    10:00 am – 3:00 pm
    21004 OR-213, Oregon City, OR 97045

    project details:
    date: 26th of June (Sunday)
    address: 21004 OR-213, Oregon City, OR 97045
    start time: 10 am
    end time: 3-4pm
    *Lunch will be provided as well as snacks and water
    **Please be in contact if you have any dietary restrictions as I will make sure you are also fed

    My eagle scout project will consist of:

    – Constructing and installing 3 garden beds
    – filling garden beds with dirt and topsoil
    – general garden work around the property
    – removal of invasive/non-native species
    – Use of rototiller as well as other garden tools to prep corn field for the season
    – use of a rototiller by an adult volunteer as well as the use of shovels, rakes, hoes, etc, for general soil prep for the season of gardening will be done by scouts

    Here’s a list of what we will be needing for the project:
    Tools:
    – Shovels
    – electric drills
    – hammers
    – garden rakes
    – soil cultivator
    – gardening cutters
    – levels

    I also advise people to bring work gloves as well as shoes fit for potentially dirty garden work

    I would appreciate it if any of you who have the tools above would bring them to help out with the project, thanks in advance!

    Safety:
    – I will personally be bringing a first aid kit to have on the site, however, if you’ve got one I’d appreciate it if you bring it just in case.
    – safety glasses may also be needed due to the fact that there will be power tool usage at times.

    Weather:
    The weather is looking good for the 26th, with a 75-degree so dress accordingly, i.e hats, sunglasses, sunscreen, etc. but be prepared for anything.

    My contact info if you have any questions:
    email: lrkids4@gmail.com
    phone: 971 720 6244

    I hope to see you all there!

    – Giancarlo Cortese

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4449453

Monday June 27
Tuesday June 28
Wednesday June 29
Thursday June 30

No additional events this month.

July 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Friday July 1
Saturday July 2
Sunday July 3
Monday July 4
Tuesday July 5
Wednesday July 6
Thursday July 7
Friday July 8
Saturday July 9
Sunday July 10
Monday July 11
Tuesday July 12
Wednesday July 13
Thursday July 14
  • 2:00 pm Mount Hood Weekend (RSVP by July 10th)
    Mount Hood Weekend (RSVP by July 10th)
    2:00 pm
    Nanitch Lodge- Meet at MHCC at 2pm on July 14th

    Greetings Troop 870/5870,

    We are heading up to Mount Hood to have a long weekend of fun and relaxation. Parents and siblings are invited to attend, please discuss with me if you have younger siblings you want to attend.
    *** Please RSVP on Scoutbook, even if you signed up previously on google forms***

    Here are the details:

    Start: July 14th @2pm, please be on MHCC prior to 2pm, we will leave at 2:15pm (Adults attending please comment how many seats you have in your vehicle)
    End: July 17th @12pm, we will return to Bales on Farmington
    Cost: Food/lodging- free (You will need money for our trip to Ski Bowl Adventure Park, here is the link to what they offer https://skibowl.com/tickets-passes/passes.html)
    Meals: Will be family style and each patrol will share in the cooking and cleanup
    (Please let me know if you have dietary restrictions)
    What to Bring: Car camping, minus the tent (We are staying on one of our council lodges)

    Here is the tentative agenda:

    Thursday
    – Arrive and get settled
    – Evening meal and cracker barrel
    – Games

    Friday
    – Trip to Ski Bowl Adventure Park
    – Afternoon Hike in the area
    – Evening Dutch Oven desserts

    Saturday
    – Hike the Timberline Trail
    – Afternoon in Government Camp

    Sunday
    – Clean up and depart

    More activities will be added based on adult participation and Scout desires.

    Please RSVP By July 10th so we know who is coming.

    Any questions, please contact me

    Thank you
    Mr Steagall

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4454848

Friday July 15
  • All Day Mount Hood Weekend (RSVP by July 10th)
    Mount Hood Weekend (RSVP by July 10th)
    Nanitch Lodge- Meet at MHCC at 2pm on July 14th

    Greetings Troop 870/5870,

    We are heading up to Mount Hood to have a long weekend of fun and relaxation. Parents and siblings are invited to attend, please discuss with me if you have younger siblings you want to attend.
    *** Please RSVP on Scoutbook, even if you signed up previously on google forms***

    Here are the details:

    Start: July 14th @2pm, please be on MHCC prior to 2pm, we will leave at 2:15pm (Adults attending please comment how many seats you have in your vehicle)
    End: July 17th @12pm, we will return to Bales on Farmington
    Cost: Food/lodging- free (You will need money for our trip to Ski Bowl Adventure Park, here is the link to what they offer https://skibowl.com/tickets-passes/passes.html)
    Meals: Will be family style and each patrol will share in the cooking and cleanup
    (Please let me know if you have dietary restrictions)
    What to Bring: Car camping, minus the tent (We are staying on one of our council lodges)

    Here is the tentative agenda:

    Thursday
    – Arrive and get settled
    – Evening meal and cracker barrel
    – Games

    Friday
    – Trip to Ski Bowl Adventure Park
    – Afternoon Hike in the area
    – Evening Dutch Oven desserts

    Saturday
    – Hike the Timberline Trail
    – Afternoon in Government Camp

    Sunday
    – Clean up and depart

    More activities will be added based on adult participation and Scout desires.

    Please RSVP By July 10th so we know who is coming.

    Any questions, please contact me

    Thank you
    Mr Steagall

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4454848

Saturday July 16
  • All Day Mount Hood Weekend (RSVP by July 10th)
    Mount Hood Weekend (RSVP by July 10th)
    Nanitch Lodge- Meet at MHCC at 2pm on July 14th

    Greetings Troop 870/5870,

    We are heading up to Mount Hood to have a long weekend of fun and relaxation. Parents and siblings are invited to attend, please discuss with me if you have younger siblings you want to attend.
    *** Please RSVP on Scoutbook, even if you signed up previously on google forms***

    Here are the details:

    Start: July 14th @2pm, please be on MHCC prior to 2pm, we will leave at 2:15pm (Adults attending please comment how many seats you have in your vehicle)
    End: July 17th @12pm, we will return to Bales on Farmington
    Cost: Food/lodging- free (You will need money for our trip to Ski Bowl Adventure Park, here is the link to what they offer https://skibowl.com/tickets-passes/passes.html)
    Meals: Will be family style and each patrol will share in the cooking and cleanup
    (Please let me know if you have dietary restrictions)
    What to Bring: Car camping, minus the tent (We are staying on one of our council lodges)

    Here is the tentative agenda:

    Thursday
    – Arrive and get settled
    – Evening meal and cracker barrel
    – Games

    Friday
    – Trip to Ski Bowl Adventure Park
    – Afternoon Hike in the area
    – Evening Dutch Oven desserts

    Saturday
    – Hike the Timberline Trail
    – Afternoon in Government Camp

    Sunday
    – Clean up and depart

    More activities will be added based on adult participation and Scout desires.

    Please RSVP By July 10th so we know who is coming.

    Any questions, please contact me

    Thank you
    Mr Steagall

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4454848

Sunday July 17
  • Mount Hood Weekend (RSVP by July 10th) Ends 12:00 pm
    Mount Hood Weekend (RSVP by July 10th)
    Nanitch Lodge- Meet at MHCC at 2pm on July 14th

    Greetings Troop 870/5870,

    We are heading up to Mount Hood to have a long weekend of fun and relaxation. Parents and siblings are invited to attend, please discuss with me if you have younger siblings you want to attend.
    *** Please RSVP on Scoutbook, even if you signed up previously on google forms***

    Here are the details:

    Start: July 14th @2pm, please be on MHCC prior to 2pm, we will leave at 2:15pm (Adults attending please comment how many seats you have in your vehicle)
    End: July 17th @12pm, we will return to Bales on Farmington
    Cost: Food/lodging- free (You will need money for our trip to Ski Bowl Adventure Park, here is the link to what they offer https://skibowl.com/tickets-passes/passes.html)
    Meals: Will be family style and each patrol will share in the cooking and cleanup
    (Please let me know if you have dietary restrictions)
    What to Bring: Car camping, minus the tent (We are staying on one of our council lodges)

    Here is the tentative agenda:

    Thursday
    – Arrive and get settled
    – Evening meal and cracker barrel
    – Games

    Friday
    – Trip to Ski Bowl Adventure Park
    – Afternoon Hike in the area
    – Evening Dutch Oven desserts

    Saturday
    – Hike the Timberline Trail
    – Afternoon in Government Camp

    Sunday
    – Clean up and depart

    More activities will be added based on adult participation and Scout desires.

    Please RSVP By July 10th so we know who is coming.

    Any questions, please contact me

    Thank you
    Mr Steagall

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4454848

Monday July 18
Tuesday July 19
Wednesday July 20
Thursday July 21
Friday July 22
Saturday July 23
  • 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Nathanael's Eagle Service Project- 10am
    Nathanael's Eagle Service Project- 10am
    10:00 am – 2:00 pm
    Cedar Mill Bible Church 12208 NW Cornell Beaverton Or

    Greetings Troop 870/5870,

    Today we will be helping my Church make one of their sponsor homes backyards more welcoming. Road to Hope has residents in the house, Road to Hope is a non-profit that provides housing and support for pregnant and new mothers.

    My project has a few parts to it:
    – Cleaning up the backyard
    – Laying bark dust/mulch
    – Building and installing 3 benches
    – Repainting an existing table and chairs

    I will update the calendar activity with details on what to bring closer to the day.

    We will serve lunch and have snacks/water available.

    Please RSVP so I know you are coming,

    Thank you
    Nathanael

    For more information please visit: https://scoutbook.scouting.org/mobile/dashboard/calendar/event.asp?EventID=4456090

Sunday July 24
Monday July 25
Tuesday July 26
Wednesday July 27
Thursday July 28
Friday July 29
Saturday July 30
Sunday July 31

August 2022

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September 2022

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No events.

October 2022

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Saturday October 1
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No events.

November 2022

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No events.

December 2022

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No events.

January 2023

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February 2023

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March 2023

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