Below is the link to the signup for the upcoming Mafeking Campout. We will be camping Friday August 8th through Sunday August 10th. The campout will be at the William Landahl Park (Mud Mountain). We will be leaving from the church Friday night and returning Sunday morning to the church.
There are a lot of expenses in Boy Scouts: camp fees, travel fees, equipment, etc. We have several boys looking to earn their way to high adventure camps like Philmont Scout Ranch. So we’re once again selling Chief’s tickets as a fund raiser. Tickets are only $35 and $10 of each ticket goes to the boys!
Q: Where are the seats?
A: Tickets are “best available”. That usually means upper deck, but not always. They’re normally pretty decent for $35.
Q: What games do you have tickets available for?
A: We have pre-season tickets available. Regular season tickets may come available. Contact the scout you are supporting for the most up to date ticket availability.
Tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis. Please make your checks payable to Troop 412. Seat locations for the discounted tickets will be solely determined by the Chiefs organization. For more details, contact the Scout who shared this with you or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s time again to start gathering donations for the Troop 412 Garage Sale. Clean out your closets. Look under the bed. Find that stuff you haven’t used in forever and donate it to Troop 412.
Troop 412 uses the proceeds from our annual garage sale to buy gear and equipment like tents, stoves, canopies, dutch ovens, as well as propane, trash bags and paper towels. Without this garage sale, the cost of ever campout would be increased.
Running your own garage sale is a pain! Don’t give up your whole weekend just to make a couple hundred dollars. Your donation to the BSA is tax deductible! (Receipts available)
Saturday, August 2. 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.
If you have items that you would like to donate to Troop 412, drop off is Friday, August 1, from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. at Olathe Christian Church. Tax donation receipts available at drop off.
If you like those five new tents we bought last year, and want to get a few more, please use the share buttons below this post to share with friends and family. Let’s make this the biggest, best garage sale ever!
For our July camp out (July 11-13) we’ll be camping at the Heartland Center near KCI/Parkville. Take a look. Heartland Presbyterian Center
Reach new heights as you are challenged to overcome barriers on The Summit’s 40’ tower or zip through the air on our 220’ zip line! Trained facilitators will customize your challenges to meet your group needs. Your experience can be designed to build self-confidence and awareness, focus on team support, and inclusion. And it’s just plain fun!
“The Summit was a great experience. We grew not only as a group but as individuals. Our department has a completely different feel about it.” – High School Department Faculty
Participants must be at least 10 years old and have completed 4th grade, wear closed-toed/closed-heeled shoes. All safety equipment and orientation will be provided when you arrive for your adventure.
We have the 9am – 12 pm slot for the course, and we may also participate in a service project.
We need to get a firm headcount by Thursday July 3. Please complete the High Ropes Camp Out Questionnaire. The cost will be $25 per person to participate on the course plus the camping is $100 per night so that cost will be divided out depending on the number of people attending (Average camp out attracts 20 campers, so best guess is $5 per night) – plus the grub costs. The center is 30 miles away so transportation costs would not apply.
Please complete this questionnaire, even if you do not plan to attend the camp out. Thank you.
Things that need to occur BEFORE Sunday, June 15th
Things that need to occur THE MORNING WE DEPART for camp, June 15th
Things that need to occur WHEN WE ARRIVE at camp. (Approx. 12:00pm June 15th)
Then it’s time to enjoy 10 Days of Summer Camp!
Get ready… The delicious Butter Braid pastry & Classic Breaks cookie dough fundraiser is back at Troop 412!
One of our most popular, Butter Braid pastries and the Classic Breaks cookie dough fundraiser is unlike many others. This is a unique product offering and $5 from every order goes directly to the Scout! Continue reading →
It’s time for our annual March Bartle campout. This is the one where we do a service project at H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation, see our summer campsite and get a taste of summer’s best treat – a peach Nehi float. This is also the first campout for our new first year crossovers!
Traditionally, it rains a lot on this campout, so please come prepared for mud and rain! And stay on the official paths if you’re driving. You don’t want to end up like this: