April 4, 2004
John Ahart, Glenn Alexander, Chip Buckner, Chris DAdamo, William Easley, Roger Eaton, Terry Ellis, Ted Fuehr, Chuck Gibson, Bill Haner, Rick Isham, Joe Johnson, Greg Kent, Bob Lehleitner, Larry Lehman, Marc McCarty, Brent Reynolds, Ken Roberson, Stu Sharp, Greg Spies, Herb Strain, Jim Wasko, Bryce Wells, Rob Wheeler, & Greg Williams
(John Ahart, Glenn Alexander, William Easley, Terry Ellis, Greg Spies, Herb Strain, Greg Williams)
Bill Haner Very positive feedback about Bike Campout. Would like to do the Katy Trail from a different section next time. We will help the scouts prepare better for skits at campouts.
§ Concerned about our level of courtesy to guests at troop meetings
§ OA Elections tomorrow night
§ Ken is new Team Scoutmaster and Glenn is the new Grubmaster
Terry Ellis Thanked Glen and Herb for a great campout meal for The Old Goats.
Chris DAdamo Reported on troop finances.
Stu Sharp Reported that the Venture crew has some money in their account but that the crew has been inactive.
Glen Alexander Continues to look at possible new trucks at Fed Ex.
Greg Spies Equipment needs: we will need more tent pegs.
§ We have another available tent awning if scouts want to use it for cooking when it is raining.
Bill Haner There will be a camp box inspection in the next few weeks. This will address dirty and broken equipment. A number of people expressed concern about filthy equipment. There was a lot of discussion. It was decided that this will be addressed at the end of each campout.
Brent Reynolds Logs for last leadership term were due April 1st.
Greg Kent We have five scouts working on projects that will hopefully be complete by the next Court of Honor. One other 16 year old scout may need a mentor to be able to reach Eagle.
Joe Johnson Eagle Court on April 25th. Seven scouts parents meetings currently on Monday nights.
Rick Isham Thanked everyone for their help on Bike Campout.
§ Fishing Campout / OA Tapout Greg Williams will run the fishing derby and Jim Wasko will get the prizes. Bob Lehleitner will drive the truck. Mustangs will arrive on Saturday morning.
§ May is Canoe Campout; we will drive to site in Friday night and canoe on Saturday.
Ted Fuehr Brought proposals for T-shits for the canoe trip. It was decided to get red shirts with white and yellow print. At campout signups, we will ask that people indicate what size they want.
Bill Haner The scouts are having a contest to design the Bartle shirt for this year.
Bryce Wells High Adventure: Eighteen are signed up for Boundary Waters Trip. There is room for six more to sign up until the end of May.
Greg pies. - HH scouts had an eight ten mile hike at the last campout. There are eighteen signed up. There is still room for more scouts.
Herb Strain Talked about possible 2005 Philmont spots through the HOAC Contingent.
Bill Haner June 14th through June 19th is Brown Sea 22, a leadership and advanced training conference at Naish.
Bryce Wells Jamboree 2005
Terry Ellis Bartle update: Discussions have started. He will be campmaster. His assistants are Glenn Alexander, Greg Williams and Will Easley April 19th will be signup. Booklets will be distributed tomorrow and are on the web. April 28th is Bartle parents meeting. May 26th will be adult leader orientation at Stus barn.
Herb Strain Bartle Health forms are new to comply with HIPAA. Every scout must have a new Class I form.
Terry Ellis Adults must be registered leaders and have youth protection to spend the night at Bartle.
Ted Fuehr Brought a sample Frisbee to help us decide whether to order new ones. It was decided we will order 300 of them.
§ Discussed options for ordering new shirts for adult leaders. It was decided that we would order fifteen red and 35 clay colored shirts.
Ken Roberson Discussed possibility of scouts doing service projects with Leawood Rotary. He felt we should get better use from our sponsor organization and possibly ask them to help us with money for our truck.
Terry Ellis and Bill Haner Will make a scout presentation to the Rotary Club on April 15th.
Stu Sharp Went on Medical Mission with Dave Lyons to Honduras.
§ Discussed leadership youth training through the Overland Park Rotary Club from July 25th July 30th. Would like to have four scouts that would be interested.
Bill Haner Round Table: There is a new pack - #3333, at St. Michaels. There was discussion of categories of new parents. John Heather suggested each troop send someone to the Life to Eagle Process meeting. On April 17th is Mic-O-Say celebration at Bartle Hall. There is also a Mic-O-Say time capsule being put together.
Herb Strain New registration cards will be distributed as soon as they come in.
Terry Ellis April 7th is new parents meeting.
§ Highway cleanup on April 24th
§ April 24th Scouting for Food Volunteers are needed
§ May 30th OA Spring Induction
John Ahart -April 30th May 1st Outdoor Leader Skills through Red Tail Hawk District. He will be going.
Greg Spies June 12th 75th Anniversary of Mic-O-Say Feast Encouraged all members to go.
§ Suggested hooded sweatshirt for Eagles that the boys could buy. Ted will look into this?
Will Easley Commented on how ASPLs were helpful to other scouts on the last campout.
Jim Wasko Will do physical training with new scouts tomorrow night for advancement requirements.
Rob Wheeler To help with Troop Guides.
The meeting was ended at 8:15 p.m.
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