Published on February 18, 2014, by in Campouts.

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:

Click here or complete the form below to let us know if you’ll be attending the March Bartle campout.


January 2014 Skiing Campout – One night event

The troop is going to Snow Creek in Westin, Missouri for our January campout.  Due to the Redtail Hawk Merit Badge forum also starting the same weekend, the troop will be doing one night only campout this month.  Scouts and Scouters will have the opportunity to Ski, Snowboard or Tube on this campout.  Never done it before, don’t fret, there are 1 hour group lessons available for you to learn how to Ski or Snowboard.  In addition to the snow sport activities, we will be camping on the grounds.  Cost will be approximately $60 for this campout and will include equipment rental, helmet rental and lift-tickets.  We plan to leave the church around 5:30p on Saturday, January 11.  Looking forward to our event.

January camp master, Scott Coffelt.


The Lock In was a great success. There was about 5-10 Weblos Attending the Lock In. There was Pizza, Soda, Doughnuts, and lots more food items there. Nearly the whole troop showed up for the lock In. I asked everyone if they had fun at the Lock in and they all said yes.

The Pin Night was also another great success too. There were about 30 weblos there ready to earn some new pins! The Honey Badgers had Scientist. The Ravens had Neatness. The Knights had Showmanship. And the Seals had Handyman. The Pin Night was also a very big turnout for such a good troop.

We are kicking off our Equal Exchange fundraiser! We’re offering delicious, organic coffee, as well as incredible chocolates and flavorful teas. Also available are handcrafted items, handmade giftwrap, and Ten Thousand Villages crafts.  The items are fairly priced and our group makes an excellent percentage on every product we sell.

We also have an online store where far-away friends and family can purchase items to be sent directly to their homes. Shipping is free for orders $75 or more!

Send friends to shop online through December 31st at:

You receive a higher profit margin for orders placed through the catalog (40% vs. 25%), so please continue to collect orders from local friends and family.


  • November 4th – order forms distributed.
  • December 2nd – final order forms and payments due.

Together we can raise the funds to support the boys of Troop 412!

Thank you for your support!

Ken Schefter (