michelsfamily - Fri, 12/15/2017 - 16:44
Due to weather conditions, we are going to push back leaving for Camp Rodney until tomorrow morning (Saturday). We will meet at the church at 6:45 AM. Please try to be on time and make sure to have all your gear, permission slips and food for the meals. We should try to get off as soon as possible.
Remember we have outdoor activities planned for Saturday afternoon so make sure you pack properly for that. Boots, warm layers, day packs & water, hat, and gloves. You will still need a warm sleeping bag for overnight.
michelsfamily - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 21:08
Each patrol member should bring party supplies per the attached list to the Dec 19 Troop meeting which is the Holiday party meeting.
Dragons - Fruit and vegetables with dip
Eagles - drinks
Snakes - desserts
Tigers - snacks and dips
leadership - paper goods and music
michelsfamily - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 21:04
The January Campout is on Jan 19-21 at Camp Rodney in Northeast, MD. Troop 99 will participate in the Klondike Derby which is run by the DelMarva Council.
Each Tr 99 participant must pay $5.00 towards the fees for this event . The money will be collected at the December 19 troop meeting (Holiday party) The troop must turn in this money before the end of December so we need from all scouts on Dec 19 to reserve our spot. Please note the fee is non-refundable.
Please bring the $5.00 to the Dec 19 meeting for the January Klondike Derby.
michelsfamily - Tue, 10/10/2017 - 11:36
The upcoming campout Oct 20-22 will be at Camp Roosevelt near Woodstown NJ. This is only 30 miles from PCOC. (Presbyterian Church of the Covenant) . We have a tenting campsite near the lake and trails. The focus of the campout will be on Scouts completing rank requirements for Scout/Tenderfoot/Second Class/First Class.
SEE ATTACHED SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES AND THE RANK REQUIREMENTS WE WILL COVER THIS CAMPOUT.
astiles - Sat, 12/24/2011 - 16:03
Troop 99 has a long and interesting history. In April of 1940, the Catholic Big Brothers organization decided to sponsor a Boy Scout Troop at the St. James Protectory in Delaware City. St. James Protectory was an home for orphaned boys. The first Scoutmaster was Paul A. Bradley and his Assistant was John P. Connor. The first scouts were: Tindent Baffanco, Harry Flora, George Hobbs, Howard Jones, Paul Kane, Henry Kratzer, Francies O’Brien, Edward Reskowski, James Skillman, Vincent Ward, Anthony Bero and DeSales Bero.