Monday July, 27th
Today we played Boy Scout Baseball. In Boy Scout Baseball Mr. McCollum asked us a Boy Scout Question That we would need to answer to get on base. At the end of the Game Mr. McCollum concluded that we needed more First aid practice. Next week is First aid instead of Parkour.
If you are going on the Sailing Camp-out you need to let Mr. McCullough know immediately. You need to be at the Church for 9:30 AM on Saturday morning. Scouts should bring tents and Life Jackets if you have them. Since this is a family camp-out scouts may be asked to sleep outside if there isn't enough room. Indoor sleeping arrangements will be assigned in this order:
- Small Children
- Eagle Scouts
- Scouts in descending rank.
More details from your ScoutMaster
Cost is $15 for a single scout, and $25/family. We will be sailing with Mr Richards and on another boat that Mr Cordell is arranging for us. We will be sleeping at Mr Cordell's family home at Grand Lake and the cooking will be done by the adults. Bring a sack lunch or money for lunch on Sat. We will grill Sat night, and cook breakfast Sunday morning. At this time, we will plan on sandwiches for Sun lunch, and plan to arrive back at the church mid-afternoon (2-3pm) Sunday. August is the planning campout at Bartlett, Aug 22-23rd. Start thinking of activities and campouts you want to do for the next Scout year. This is one of your opportunities to influence the direction of the troop for the next twelve months!
Boy Scout Troop 2222 - located in Tulsa, OK.
We are sponsored by Southminster Church (located at3500 South Peoria Tulsa, OK 74105 ). We meet every Monday at 7:15 PM.
High Adventure SINCE 1963
Troop 2222 has been a backpacking troop for many years. We have always had a focus on high adventure. When other troops choose the easier path, we choose the road less traveled.
Monthly troop outings include camping, hiking, backpacking and other high adventure activities. They take place year round in a variety of climate conditions. The skills required for these types of high adventure activities are taught at meetings and on the trail. Experienced and highly trained adult leaders ensure the safety of the scouts on every event. Participation on outings is crucial to building skill level, gaining experience and improving endurance.