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Update from the SPL 3/22/20

Good Evening Troop 125,

First and foremost, I would like to send my well wishes to all scouts, adults, and families, as we pass the time at home. 

Speaking of passing the time at home, I highly encourage scouts to take advantage of all the time to work on any requirements or merit badges that can be done at home. This will be extremely helpful to not only move up in ranks, but to become eligible for our Mackinaw trip this summer.

Stay tuned for future information and updates from the troop. 

YIS,

Andrew Romanski

SPL

Philmont Training Update (Get Hiking)

I hope everyone is adjusting well to the new conditions.  I know that many of us, including me, haven't been getting our stair workouts in.  If you miss a workout, don't worry, just know that you need to put your all in the next workout, next stairs, or next hike.  The mental stamina that is required of you today will benefit you as you climb Tooth of Time or Mt. Baldy.  Keep pressing on and lookng forward.

Tips to help meet your training goals:

Summer Camp Update

Summer Camp Planning and Preparations as still ongoing at this time.  EVERYTHING IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

MERIT BADGE PROGRAM:  Mr. Shelton has registered all scouts as listed in the attached document (must log in).  I attempted to use buddy/group system as much as possible.  Any merit badges changes have to communicated to Mr. Shelton.

Urban Hike is Still Happening

We are still going to be hiking Detroit tomorrow morning.  

Please be at the University Medical Building in Auburn Hills No Later than 7am.

Uniform - Dressed for the weather

Packing List

  • 3L Water
  • Trail food
  • $10 for lunch at National Coney afterwards
  • 30 lbs for Philmont Scouts and Leaders

Can't wait to do this unique hike.

Your High Adventurer Cruise Director,

Mr Arango

Philmont Training Still On but Optional

Scouts and Parents,

I know that we are reading a lot about the changing events regarding COVID-19.  After reviewing BSA guidelines and recommendations, we will continue to train at the Stairs of Bloomer tonight.  Till further notice, all Philmont training and hikes are optional.  If someone is has been sick they are NOT to attend.  I understand there's a varying level of comfort of the situations we are in.  I also understand what each of our personal situation with families varies.  There is no judgment of a person that decides to climb stairs or does not.

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