waltborders - Wed, 12/03/2014 - 10:04
kkempski - Tue, 12/02/2014 - 18:17
Any scout who would like to participate in First Aid and Emergency Prep Merit Badge workshops over winter break should contact Kathy Kempski ASAP with availability (firstname.lastname@example.org).
michelsfamily - Mon, 11/17/2014 - 21:51
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.
astiles - Sat, 12/24/2011 - 16:03
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.