Check here often for updated information!  See also our Troop Calendar for the latest Scouting activities at the unit, district and council levels!

Troop 145 Events

  • January 22, 2018

  • Happy New Year!
  • Cooking Lessons Month
  • Dues of $60.00 from non-popcorn seller are  now overdue!
  • VT MB College $10.00 must be paid!
  • 1st Summer Camp $100.00 deposit due.
  • Full Class-A Uniform
  • Finalize your Summer Camp Decisions 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current Sign- Up Sheets  (*=Last chance)
 
January Campout* Minimum of 4!     
Summer Camp Early Decisions*   

Popcorn Fundraiser - DONE...Now Dues!

Thank you to the 7 Scouts who participated in this optional Fundraiser and money from their sales will be in thier Scout Accounts to pay for dues and Scouting activities. You earned some SA and a Pizza Party!
If a Scout DID NOT sell popcorn,  then dues of $60.00 is required by December 4th. Please make a check out to "Troop 145". Email Treasurer Matt Knost for usage of accumulated SA funds to use to pay these due.
Even if participated in the Popcorn Fundraiser,  check with ASM Knost for SA balance to see if enough to cover dues!

January-February Cooking Lessons

Scouts will be learning how to use a Dutch Oven and an Iron Skillett.  For the first 2018 January Troop Meeting, each Boy Scout will need to bring a recipe for a Dutch Oven.  It can be a recipe for any meal or dessert.  Patrols will decide which recipe to actually cook on January 22nd.  More details TBA.  Stay tuned!

REMIND TEXT Service
Troop 145 wants to provide immediate communication with Scouts and parents.  Please consider joining in one of three ways:
Smartphones - Open a web browser and type this link:  rmd.at/troop145b then follow the instructions.
Other phones - Text message "@troop145" to the number 81010 or (724) 471-5062
No mobile phone - Go to rmd.at/troop/145b on a desktop computer for email notifcations

Virginia Tech Campus Scouts MB College - February 3, 2018
The most awesome merit badges will be provided by VT Campus Scouts.  Boy Scouts have  selected:  Environmental Science, Robotics, Citizenship in Nation, Chemistry, Fish & Wildlife Management, Aviation, Crime Prevention, Engineering, Emergency Prep., Programming and Radio THEN earn that MB in one day!  Cost is $10.00 is now overdue. Free transportation to/from VT thanks to St. Paul UMC.

Time for Summer Camp Planning - June 17-23, 2018
Sign-up are needed to lock in the camp sessions can be reserved by December 18th, then payments made before June 1st.  Here are the 2018 fees! 

Camp  Youth Fee  Adult Fee   1st Payment  2nd 
 Final due April 16th
 Brown Sea Island    $335  $175  of   of $135/$0
 Ottari MB Base Camp   $335  $175 $100.00 $100.00 $135/$0
 High Knoll*  $320  $320 due or $75.00 $120/$120
 Mountain Man  $350  $350 January due $150/$150
 Voyager  Trek**  $320  $320 22nd March $120/$120
Claytor Lake $350 $350   12th $150/$150

 *Optional Whitewater Rafting Trip with this program for additional $65.00.
 **50-mile CANOE trip with rustic camping on the New River from Montomgery and Giles County to WVA.  Friday of the camp week will be whitewater rafting on the New River Gourge with rapids classes 4-6.  If a Scout attends this camp AND has any issues like homesickness, injury or not wanting to raft,  Leaders (requires 2 for YPT rules) CANNOT leave Base camp to travel the 2.5 hours and pick up the Scout.  It will have to be the parents' responsibility to get their Scout to take home or bring to Base camp.   
For information about these programs, please visit https://bsa-brmc.org/summercamp and scroll towards bottom for details and videos. 

    CURRENT REQUESTS FOR SCOUT SERVICE

Montgomery Museum - stay tuned for more information on a brick service project to save THANKS for the Art MB visit.

Painted Rock Project

Be on the lookout for Troop 145s traveling painted rocks. #paintedrocks and #BSA145

 

sportsballsScouts and Sports together make a balanced diet of activities! Scouting is flexible enough for a Boy Scout to excel at both, and many Scouts do. Scouting encourages a well-rounded balance of activities, and a Boy Scout doesn’t have to attend every Scouting event.  No one should have to feel that it is "Scouts verus Sports" situation.
Troop 145 supports its Boy Scout players in various sports thoughout the seasons!  As Troop 145 starts a new Scout Year and should a Boy Scout be unavailable for Monday meetings or other activities,  please stay in communication with Patrol Leaders and Scoutmaster so we can all be your "cheering section"  in Sport AND in Scouting!  As always, we look forward to your attendance to any of the Troops planned activities!