Just as a reminder, tomorrow I will be building and setting up wood duck houses at Carters Grove Plantation. Anyone is able to join if they like and I appreciate the help.
We will meet at 9AM at the 7-11 across from Carters Grove then move over to the plantation, across the street, together. The address to the 7-11 is below. We should be done about 3PM.
We will have a dry place to work inside a stable, but bring wet weather and warm clothes.
FREE PIZZA and DUCK DONUTS!!
Thanks for your help,
— 1st Class Scout, Troop 103
Troop 103 Parents,
We're in need of your support in April. The Great American Shootout (GAS) requires a number of adult volunteers to ensure all shooting activities are run safely and efficiently. The GAS also requires considerable resources, specifically ammunition, clay pigeons, throwers and other equipment. Please take a look at the following requirements and let me know if you can help out with any of them. I've also included some general information on safety and the use of personal firearms.
Attached is the permission slip for the April camping trip: The Great American Shootout! This is always one of the favorite trips of the year. All permission slip must be completed by April 6. This trip takes a lot of planning so there will not be an extension to the deadline (so get your paperwork in TONIGHT).
Troop 103 invites you to come out on Saturday, April 11th to celebrate the 12th Annual Andy's Earth Day.
Scouts can earn two merits badges — Geology and American Heritage.
We will have several service projects and scouts will be able to earn community service hours.
Please fill out the attached Andy's Earth Day permission form and return no later than Monday April 6th. (We would greatly appreciate receiving the permission forms sooner to help with planning activities.)
— Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop 103