#39: Google Groups

Effective communications are vital to the smooth operation of the troop. One of the most frequent methods for communicating between uniformed leaders and parents is the troop parent’s Google group. Parents who subscribe to the group are sent timely emails with key communications about forthcoming events. There are also several other groups for the committee, … Read more#39: Google Groups

#80: The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA)

The troop expects each and every scout to perform many service projects through the scouting year.  These range from UNC Graduation twice a year to our annual event, Touch a Truck, which raises in excess of $5000 for the UNC Children’s Hospital as well as individual’s Eagle projects. Each scout which performs 25 or more … Read more#80: The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA)

#57: COPE

Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience is an outdoor adventure that every scout finds challenging.  Cope tends to start with low, close to the ground mentally and physically challenging activities and moves up into the tree canopy on to high ropes courses. This is a regular event for scouts in Troop 39 to participate on COPE courses.  … Read more#57: COPE