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Klondike Derby 2015

Wax up your sled runners and prepare for an old time Klondike adventure! Remember to pack your warm clothes and get ready for a fun day in the great outdoors. Please see attachment below for important Klondike information. See you on Friday, January 23rd for a great time in the snow.

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FOOD DRIVE

GOT FOOD?

BE PART OF THE SOLUTION TO HUNGER
IN OUR COMMUNITY

Troop 99 is holding a Food Drive to benefit the Food Closet at St. Helena’s Roman Catholic Church.

Thank you for your generous donation.

A SCOUT IS HELPFUL

Bring non-perishables food and hygiene products to Troop Meetings on January 13, 2015 and every meeting through February 3, 2015.

That’s 4 weeks to make a big difference in the lives of those in need.

Items most in need:

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Troop 99 Annual Pancake Breakfast

Boy Scout Troop 99 will be having their annual Pancake Breakfast fundraiser from 8-noon on February 7, 2015. This annual event provides a healthy low-cost breakfast for approximately 500 community members, and helps our Troop purchase equipment and supplies for Troop activities. In addition, at the Pancake Breakfast and Troop meetings leading up to the breakfast, we will be collecting canned goods for needy families, so please encourage your guests to help feed the hungry while they're filling up on delicious pancakes and sausage!

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Summer Camp at Rodney Scout Reservation

When: Sunday, July 26th to Saturday, August 1st

Rodney is located on the Chesapeake Bay and has the best Aquatics program in the nation! There is also a special “Brownsea” program for First-Year campers.

Look at these programs! http://www.delmarvacouncil.org/rodney-scout-reservation/rsr-summer/rsr-s...

Benefits:

Klondike Derby @ Rodney Scout Camp Jan 23-25 2015

Dates: Friday Jan 23 2015 5:45pm to Sunday Jan 25 2015 1:00pm

Activities: Frostbite Campout, Council Event with Klondike Derby activities. TR 99 has Klondike (dog) sleds, There are numerous scored events that each patrol competes for points, all over Camp Rodney

Advancement opportunities: many Tenderfoot to First Class rank requirements are available every campout, consult your Scout Handbook and plan with Patrol leader what you can learn, do or demonstrate.

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WE HAVE PUT THE "OUT" IN SCOUTING FOR OVER SEVENTY YEARS!

Troop 99 has a long and interesting history. In April of 1940, the Catholic Big Brothers organization decided to sponsor a Boy Scout Troop at the St. James Protectory in Delaware City. St. James Protectory was an home for orphaned boys. The first Scoutmaster was Paul A. Bradley and his Assistant was John P. Connor. The first scouts were: Tindent Baffanco, Harry Flora, George Hobbs, Howard Jones, Paul Kane, Henry Kratzer, Francies O’Brien, Edward Reskowski, James Skillman, Vincent Ward, Anthony Bero and DeSales Bero.

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