May 6, 2001
Blue Hills Country Club
Mike Beasley, Bill Brady, Mike Coffey, Phil Gaughan, Denny Hamilton, Ed O’Connor, Steve Ornduff, Mike Ulm, Larry Stocker, Jim Wasko, Larry Lehman, Rusty Howell, Herb Strain, Marc Elkins, Greg Spies, Greg Kent, Rick Isham, Joe Johnson, Gary Bernhardt
Rusty Howell: Father-Son canoe trip at Niangua River - River Front Campground. Forty dads and scouts signed up so far.
Greg Spies: June 8th and 9th campout for Mustang’s at his farm in Belton. Directions will be on the website. Some pre-requisites for Bartle merit badges will be worked on. It will also count toward camping nights.
Gary Bernhardt: Thirty new Mustangs.
Rusty Howell: Had Bartle parent update night. Twenty parents there. A lot of enthusiasm. Eighty-eight scouts and twenty nine full time dads are registered. Everything for camp is on schedule.
Herb Strain: May 23rd, 7:00 p.m. is meeting at Stu Sharp’s Barn for all parents going to Bartle. June 2nd is the tribal feast.
Mike Coffey: Troop 10 volunteered to host camporee for the new district. October 19th and 20th is suggested date.
Phil Gaughan: Positive feedback from first year dads on Eagle Court of Honor and highway cleanup project.
Mike Coffey: Read thank you letter from Bob Ball about good feelings about Eagle Court of Honor.
Mike Coffey: May 29th, 7:00 p.m. is Tribal Council meeting at Mike Coffey’s home or Blue Hills Country Club. Registered adult leaders are invited to attend.
Greg Kent: Anticipates there may be seven to eight Eagles at the next Eagle Court of Honor.
Herb Strain: Asked for volunteers for people who might be interested in becoming District Board Chairman or Reviewers for proposed Eagle projects.
· Thanked Phil Gaughan for the highway cleanup project. There were forty-two people helping.
· Congratulated new OA members and thanked those who helped with the initiation weekend. Thirty scouts and three scouters were initiated.
· There are two more meetings and one court of honor prior to the summer. Greg Spies will discuss equipment at one of the meetings.
· Our new district is called Trailhead for now.
· At “Fireside chats” the yearly calendar was laid out. Forty at first meeting and twenty at the second.
· The “Mustang draft” – there was a discussion on various methods of dividing the new scouts into patrols. This will occur near the end of the summer.
· Discussed continuing leadership positions and those who have volunteered to fill them. Some positions need to be filled, so please talk to Mike if you can take a position.
· Suggested dates for committee meetings for the next year that will be put on the website.
The meeting was ended at 8:15 p.m.
Lawrence P. Lehman
Return to Home Page: bsatroop10.org