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WE ARE LOOKING FOR ALL OF OUR TROOP 365 EAGLE SCOUTS TO JOIN US AT OUR 100 EAGLE CELEBRATION ON DECEMBER 22, 2018! Use the Click and Register button below to get all the details and RSVP.

Eventbrite - Troop 365 100 Eagle Celebration

EAGLE SCOUTS: Send photos and a description of your Eagle project to photos@troop365.org to be included in a special slideshow at the event. Thank you!

Greetings! Troop 365 is a boy-run troop based in Glendale, Arizona. Our troop is chartered and meets weekly at the Dream City Church Glendale Campus on Monday evenings.

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For general inquiries, service requests, and more information about our troop, please contact us.

Please note that our Boy Scout troop is for boys ages 11-18. Boys under the age of 11 may want to check out Cub Scouts. Cub Scout Pack 365 also meets at Dream City Church. For more information, visit http://troopwebhostcs.org/pack365glendale/.

Steak Dinner Competition

Posted by tking on Oct 20 2018 - 1:07pm

Geezers will provide free sirloin steaks to any patrol at the Seven Spring Campout (Dec. 7-9) that can beat the Geezer’s time at a Team Building Game.  See Mr. Rideout or Mr. Ambelang to schedule a competition during a troop meeting between now and Dec. 3rd. All rules for the competition must be followed. Cutoff date for this competition is one week before the campout (which would be Dec. 3rd). Steaks provided - cooking not included!

P.S. How hard can it be to beat the Geezers?

Nov. 3rd: Baden Powell University - Life to Eagle Class

Posted by tking on Oct 18 2018 - 6:57am

This year's Baden Powell University (a Council level event) will be held on Nov. 3rd 8 AM - 5 PM at the LDS Tempe Stake Center (2707 S. College Ave. Tempe, AZ) and includes something for everyone! And, this year, our Mr. Dornic will be teaching a great class - "Life to Eagle".  The course will cover the Eagle workbook, application and board of review, and spell out some "urban myths". This would be a very valuable class to take for anyone in our troop who has not yet achieved Eagle rank.

In addition, there are many valuable classes and activities at Baden Powell.  BPU is a training extravaganza that offers informational, useful, and fun-filled classes designed to help all Scout Leaders improve all aspects of their programs. Online registration is $20 through Nov. 2nd and you can also go to a pancake breakfast ($3) and take a CPR training course ($25).

Learn more about this event and register at https://scoutingevent.com/010-bpu.

Oct. 26-28: Tri- District Vamporee Trip

Posted by tking on Oct 18 2018 - 6:54am

Get excited for a monster themed camporee at Camp Geronimo! The themed "Vamporee" will be full of scouting events and games including a dutch oven contest, costume contest, and jack-o-lantern carving contest and MANY MORE. We will depart from the church at 6 PM on Friday and return on Sunday afternoon. There will be a cost of $27 for scouts and adults who would like to have time at the shooting range, or $22 for scouts and adults not wishing to shoot.

Some Additional But Important Details

  1. Water will be available on site.
  2. Meals are not provided by the District (our troop will plan its own meals).
  3. Ribbons will be awarded for each event in each age band, as well as top shot, best jack-o-lantern, and best cast iron chef.
  4. Please bring your own tents, the platforms are down for the season.
  5. Ice will not be available on site.
  6. There will be a cash based snack-bar in the OA demo area.
  7. There will be an OA tap out ceremony at the evening Campfire.

They will be offering the required IOLS course (Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Course) to adult scout leaders at the Vamporee. If you register as an adult for the Vamporee, you are automatically registered for the course.

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

2018-19 Troop Calendar Available

Posted by tking on Oct 15 2018 - 6:55pm

The 2018-19 calendar was finalized at the recent Oct. 3rd Geezer Planning meeting. You may download a print version here.

Rechartering Information

Posted by tking on Oct 15 2018 - 6:16pm

It's time again for cat herding - Troop 365 style.  We have to figure out who out of our more than 100 youth and adults will be back for 2019.

I am determined to follow what will be hopefully a low(er) stress way to get through this for 2019.  Please follow along.

  1. We're going to have only two nights where we are sitting out in the Bridge lobby doing all this - Monday October 29 and Monday November 5.  I will work to finalize everything after November 5 and will work with our COR and Pack 365 to get everything signed for turn in as soon after that date as possible, so if you are late for that date you will be at risk for missing the recharter and will need to fill out a new application.
  2. Fees are as follows:  Rechartering youth $126, rechartering adults $33, plus $10 if you need to pay OA dues or $12 for Boys Life.  We'll have your unit account balances and can handle combinations of that balance, cash and checks.  The fee has gone up (a lot) for youth because the Grand Canyon Council has added what they call an insurance fee of $63 to make up some of the revenue that they see shrinking due to a certain large segment of their membership who historically gave a disproportionately large amount to Friends of Scouting pulling away in the not too far off future.  (As an FYI they tell us that the cost to have a Grand Canyon Council, including all the camps and so forth, works out to about $175/youth).
  3. In case the fee increase presents financial hardship, please contact our Committee Chair Sheila Buchanan for confidential assistance.
  4. Rechartering adults must have the new for 2018 Youth Protection Training (YPT), which has become the only game in town since February.  There are still quite a lot of adults that need to do this.  You can get an e-certificate emailed to you and either give it to me physically or email it to me (preferred).  Either way you need to get it done before I can recharter you.
  5. All youth that turned 18 in 2000 that want to stay around (there are a lot of you!) will need to submit adult applications and proof of new YPT completion plus the $33 (or $43 if OA).  You can get an application online or you can see Mr. Oless for one.  Make sure what you submit includes the agreement for a background check.
  6. Please contact me if you have questions or need a mailing address.
  7. Again remember that I am going for lesser stress this year and I need your help!
  8. If you know you won't be back (youth or adult) for 2019, please let me know, including your reason.  (We have to submit one.)

Bob Hetrick

Oct. 21: Lake Pleasant Canoe Day Trip

Posted by tking on Oct 9 2018 - 7:01am

All are welcome to join us for a fun day at Lake Pleasant! We will meet at the church at 8 AM and drive to Lake Pleasant Regional Park. The canoeing merit badge will be offered. Scouts not earning the badge can participate in other boating and swimming activities as well. There will be a $5 trip charge, and lunch will be provided.

Please Note: This event was rescheduled to Sunday, Oct. 21st - so that we could help our Dream City Church on Oct. 20th with service.

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

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