Welcome to Troop 373 !

Your Scout is invited to three event coming up (at Camp Trask), Please RSVP to me for each of the three events:

1) Tenderfoot overnight camp, Friday to Sat morning,  March 15 to 16,  5pm at Church Parking Lot to carpool up.

2) Sat. Day at Camp Trask for Scout-Camping Skill classes (rotation in small groups) With Lunch.

3) Sat to Sunday Troop Camp over, (with Dinner, campfire and Breakfast) back at 12pm on Sunday 3/17 at Bailey Canyon Wilderness Park  - 420 West Carter Avenue, Sierra Madre, CA 91024

4) Parent attending RSVP ?  Would you like to eat in the adult patrol?

5) Your Scout needs ride up?  Scout needs ride back, when?  I can give rides? When?

Thank you, Dave Sargent

Hi,   Note new Date and Time

1) Please RSVP (Scout and parent) so we know how much food to buy (Dinner and Breakfast).  Parents are welcomed, but not required to attend.

Let me know if your Scout needs a ride up and or back from Camp Trask.

2) If you have not completed the newBSA Medical form for your scout please bring it.
Please turn in the new BSA Medical Form before going, parents complete Parts A and B

Thank you, Dave

Troop 373 Tenderfoot overnight camp

When March 15-6   2018  Friday to Sat.   Breakfast. 9:00 am  back at Church at  11 am

 To Carpool be at the North Church Parking lot at 5pm   - If you can drive scout to Trask, please let me know,

       (You may depart sooner in the morning if you need to, come and go or stay a second night (Sat-Sunday) if you wish)
          Scouts are encourage to stay a long as they can. to leanr camping skills ! The Troop departs Sunday at 10:30am

What: Scouts will set up camp - tents, cook dinner and breakfast to complete the Tenderfoot Rank.

Cost: $20.00 person for two meals and the overnight camping (or  $4.00 per meal if not camping.)

Where: Camp Trask   (Camp Trask in  is Monrovia Canyon. Do not pay parking at the gate.)

Who: 1st Year Scouts and those working on Tenderfoot.
      Parents are welcomed to stay overnight (But are Not required to) or may join us just for dinner. Parents need to bring their own tents. Scouts will use the troop tents.

Contact: RSVP  Email or David Sargent 6 2 6 . 3 51 -0 8 5 2  Cell 6 2 6. 5 3 3 7523

Bring: Scout handbook, sleeping bag and sleeping pad, Water and what 10 ESSENTIALS you may have on hand.

The Scout (10) ESSENTIALS

Anytime you hike, bike, backpack or venture into the wilderness, remember to always
carry the Scout (10) Essentials:

 ____ 1. Water
____ 2. Map & Compass (map often provided by the Troop) (BSA type Compass see below)
____ 3. Flashlight/batteries
____ 4. Knife, pocket
____ 5. First Aid Kit, small   (Medication if any you are taking)
____ 6. Extra Clothing  (Jacket)      (and - or rain poncho/solar blanket )
____ 7. Trail food -          (and if told to Matches, normal NO)
____ 8. Sunscreen/Sunglasses
____ 9. Rain Gear - Also can be two large trash bags or rain poncho/solar blanket
___ 10. Whistle (and Mirror unbreakable)

Other important items:
____  Hat
____ tissue/toilet paper & zip lock baggy
____ lip balm
____ Sun glasses
___   Day pack to put the stuff in

Even though there are more than ten items the troop's scout essentials, are often cited as the 10 Essentials. Each scout shall be responsible for having in their possession the required Scout Essentials at each camp-out or hike activity of the troop unless advised otherwise by their junior or adult leader.

BSA Type Compass