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Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 365!

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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If you are a current troop member (leaders, scouts, and parents), and you do not know how to log in to the web site, please contact us via this form for access or see Terri King during any troop meeting.

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/.

Feb 24: Carl S. Eagle Project

Posted by tking on Feb 18 2018 - 6:21pm

Please join Carl on Saturday, Feb. 24th at 8AM to help with his Eagle project. We will be painting 300 feet of railing on 67th North of Bell Road. We will also be removing dead brush by the rail. Service hours will be awarded.

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

CHANGE OF DATE: Snowbowl Base Camp - March 2-4

Posted by tking on Feb 13 2018 - 4:12pm

We have had to change the dates for the upcoming Snowbowl trip to March 2-4. The scouts/adults that were previously signed up ARE STILL SIGNED UP. If you cannot make it due to the date change, please change your registration online to reflect this. Otherwise, we will assume you are still attending.

This campout is designed to complete the Snow Sports Merit Badge (download the worksheet to bring with you from the web site). Scouts will work on Snow Sports requirements at Snowbowl on Saturday. In the evening, we will finish the paperwork at Camp Navajo in the barracks.

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A few more words about the 100+ Eagle Accomplishment

Posted by tking on Feb 5 2018 - 6:52am

First, be sure to read the message that Terri put out: we just hit 100 Eagles, blew past that number, and will keep on going!  That's the "why" of this message.

The Troop's Committee has been having conversations about the Troop hitting the 100 Eagle milestone since early last year, when we could see it coming.  There is a consensus that this is a BIG deal, and something very much worth celebrating.  The idea is to reach out to those 100+ Eagles, former Troop leaders, as well as our current Troop membership, and have an evening worth remembering.  We're still in the early planning stage, but I would like to share with you some thoughts and ideas that have been discussed.  Nothing here is official - when it is you'll officially hear about it!

  • A tentative date for the celebration is Saturday, December 22.  The rationale is that for many of our Eagles that have either moved away from the Valley or are in school somewhere that this is a time when they can come back and visit family.
  • We're looking at a format with a dinner and program, with the costs being covered by the Troop.
  • We have one good idea for a location (a middle school cafeteria/all purpose room) that is quite inexpensive and could hold up to several hundred, but are open to other ideas.  From what we have seen the cost at some places can easily be well over $100/hour, often with a 4 hour minimum, and some impose restrictions on who can prepare and serve the food.  A lot of places have size limits of 200 or even less.  We are just not sure how many will come at this early point, but we don't want to have to turn anyone away.
  • We know that there are some who live a good way from here and won't be able to make it whatever date we choose.  We still want to have a way to hear from all and maybe even get short videos from them that we can show on a screen as part of the event.
  • The logical sequence of events starts with a date/time and place, followed by a budget approved by the Troop Committee and then outreach to those 100 Eagles, former leaders, etc.  While that goes on and we have someone keeping track of who will be coming (and how many), others can work on the program, decorations, and food angles, plus probably some more.
  • We have been lucky to get the following Troop leaders to graciously volunteer to serve - Dr. Nguyen, Diane and Daniel Mobley, Paula Wilson.  I sorted thru a lot of my emails to find these replies, and I probably missed a few.  If so, please kindly remind me if you already told me, or tell me you'll help for the first time.  I want to get us organized into subcommitees so that no one has to feel like he or she is doing too much.  We'll need the help of a lot of people, both well ahead of the date to plan and reach out, and closer to the event as we get to very specific tasks.  YOUR HELP IS REQUESTED!

Questions?  Contact Bob Hetrick (Event Chair) at rjhetrick@gmail.com or 602-980-2031

101 Eagle Scouts!!!

Posted by tking on Feb 4 2018 - 8:26am

We had three scouts earn the rank of Eagle at the Feb. 1st Eagle Board of Review for the Thunderbird District. This makes 101 Eagle Scouts to date for Troop 365!

  • Colton Johnson is our 99th Eagle Scout
  • Nathan Nguyen is our 100th Eagle Scout
  • Jacob Nicholas is our 101st Eagle Scout

These are very impressive young men and congratulations to the boys and their families on this great achievement!

June 23-July 1: Troop High Adventure Trip Info

Posted by tking on Feb 4 2018 - 8:24am

Sierra Nevada Mountains - High adventure Backpack
Yosemite - Half dome
June 23rd, 2018 -- July 1, 2018

We are hiking in Yosemite national park near Tuolumne meadows (Pronounced "too-all-oh-mee"), hiking in the high back country. This trek includes lake side and river camp sites. spectacular scenery and hiking trails in the granite mountains of Yosemite back country. 7 days on the trail. We plan to hike up the back of half dome in Yosemite park. We will be looking down into Yosemite valley but not going into the valley. 7 days on the trail. Approximately 45 to 50 miles of hiking. We will be hiking above 8,000 foot elevation to almost 10,000 foot. 2 days of motor travel, 1 day of motor travel each way from Phoenix.

Requirements. This is an high adventure outing, experienced backpacking skills and Physical conditioning required.

We have two permits of 6 hikers each for a total of group size of 12. We'll meet up on the second night and continue the trek as one together as one group.

**Note: Trail reservations are for 12 which is 60% of the trail entry quota. So additional hikers may be able to hike with us if they enter separately.

Cost approximately $350 dollars. Includes trail food, permits, and transportation.
$100 due April 15th. This will purchase your bear canister and prepaid reservations fees.
$150 due May 15th. This will purchase trail food.
Approx $100 Due June 23rd in cash . This will purchase fuel, park entry fees, travel food.
Will settle cost after the trip.

More info to follow.

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

NYLT Dates for Summer 2018

Posted by tking on Jan 5 2018 - 1:23pm

National Youth Leadership Training, or NYLT, is an intense, 6 day, outpost adventure outdoor leadership training experience for youth leaders. The course goal is to prepare youth to become superior leaders in their units, their district and other organizations they belong to now and in the future. Boy scouts must be 13 years of age by the start date of the course to participate. We have some of our scouts who have been and will be staff at the NYLT sessions this summer at Geronimo, including Michael Oless.

There are 4 week long sessions at Camp Geronimo scheduled for NYLT over the summer for those interested in taking the course. The cost for NYLT is $225. You can check both with the Council for campership aid money as well as within the Troop by speaking the Mrs. Buchanan or Mr. Rideout.

Course Dates and Locations:

(Geronimo) 5/28 – 6/2          2018 NYLT Session #1https://scoutingevent.com/010-2018NYLT1

(Geronimo) 6/18 – 6/23       2018 NYLT Session #2 https://scoutingevent.com/010-2018NYLT2

(Geronimo) 6/25 – 6/30       2018 NYLT Session #3 https://scoutingevent.com/010-2018NYLT3

(Geronimo) 7/9 – 7/14          2018 NYLT Session #4 https://scoutingevent.com/010-2018NYLT4

For more information, visit https://www.grandcanyonbsa.org/nylt

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