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August Events:
4th – Troop Meeting 7:30pm
8th-10thFamily Campout
at Quivira Scout Ranch -
North of Bartlesville. (Take Hwy 75
North across the Kansas border; near Caney Kansas )
Activities include: Fishing, swimming, canoeing, snorkeling, and scuba. If you own fishing or snorkel gear please plan to bring it along.
Cost Est per person: $15 - $20.00
9th - Court of Honor at Quivira Scout Ranch (Saturday Evening)
- Dinner at 6:00 pm. Then
-Court of Honor around 7:30 pm.
11th - PLC 6:30pm
- Committee Meeting 7:30pm.
18th – Troop Meeting 7:30pm
25th – Troop Meeting 7:30pm

This is your brain:

small brain


This is your brain on a campout with Troop 920

big brain camping

Scoutmaster: Mr. Greg Zinn

Sr. Patrol Leader: Lance G.
Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader:
Russell B.
Qtr.Master: Joe H.
Chaplains Aide: Jerry V.
OA Rep: Preston M.
Scribe: Kevin M.

Service Hours: Hours can be earned outside scout activities.  Community service that is not earning credit for your church or other organizations can be used to earn up to 1/2 the service hours needed for a rank advancement. 

Requires: Approval from the Scoutmaster prior to the activity.

Reminders - Monthly Dues:  
($5.00) due the 1st Meeting of each month. 

Now is a good time to begin saving for Jamboree 2005 
$50 - $75 per month in a trip account will make a great start to paying the amount needed to hold your space.

Check with Cindy Webb concerning your current balance, credit for fund raising or other financial questions.

Wanted: Merit Badge Books - Please remember to bring in those Merit Badge books you no longer need.  Bring them to the Scoutmaster and share with other scouts.

September Events:
1st – Labor Day - No Meeting
*** Note: Class A Uniforms required at meetings beginning September 8th
8th – Troop Meeting 7:30pm
15th – Troop Meeting 7:30pm
19th-21st– Shotgun Shooting
( near Coweta).
22nd – PLC 6:30pm
- Committee Meeting 7:30pm
Sept. 29 – Troop Meeting 7:30pm

October Events:
6th - Troop Meeting 7:30pm
13th - Troop Meeting 7:30pm
17-19 - Jr. Leadership Training,
(Camp Darby).
20th - PLC 6:30pm and
Committee Meeting 7:30pm
27th - Troop Meeting 7:30pm

Troop Meetings take place at:
Immanuel Lutheran Church
216 Luther Dr.
Broken Arrow, Ok.

Jamboree Plans & Dates:      
July 22 to
August 3, 2005

Start planning your rank advancements and troop account savings for this trip. Each scout attending must be 12 years of age by July 2005 and have First Class rank. 

REMEMBER: Scouts wanting to reserve a spot in the contingent will need to make a deposit ($200.00)  in Nov/Dec 2003. The current estimate for expenses is $1250.00.  (This was the amount in 2001 and the trip planners are working hard to not exceed this amount.) The troop is only allowed to take a limited number of boys.    Deposits to the troop go to reserve airline reservations and other deposits. 

The 2001 trip included a visit to Washington D.C., Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia Beach and then 10 days spent at the encampment. 

Future Plans:
Nov 14-16, 2003:
Survival Campout, Thanksgiving cookout.
Dec 12-13, 2003:
Ice Skating/Lock-In, Boys & Girls Club.
Jan 16-18, 2004:
Trapper Rendezvous near Wichita, Ks.
March 15-20, 2004:
Colorado ski trip @ Spring Break.
June 13-19, 2004:
Summer Camp @ Tom Hale

 Where is Jamboree 2005?

Fort A. P. Hill, located in the rolling hills of Caroline County, Virginia, near the towns of Fredericksburg and Bowling Green is an ideal facility to hold this major national Scout jamboree.

 This 76,000-acre U.S. Army facility has served as the permanent site for the national Scout jamboree since 1981. The Boy Scouts of America uses approximately 3,000 acres of land to support a city of more than 40,000 Scouts and leaders.