Welcome to Troop 39.

The Best Scouting Experience In Chapel Hill.

Troop 39′s Mulching Service 

Troop 39′s Mulching Service

Troop 39's mulch spreading service

 

Troop 39 Schedule 

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April 23
6:30pm
7:30pm
British High Adventure - 6:30 @ UUMC
7:30pm
9:00pm
Troop Night - Camporee Preparation (Bears)
April 25
 
Order of the Arrow SR-7b Conclave
April 26
 
Order of the Arrow SR-7b Conclave
6:30am
10:00am
Tar Heel 10 Miler road race

Dear Scouts, Parents and Leaders,

Our troop has been asked to help out as race water-stop helpers for the Tar Heel 10 Miler road race on Saturday morning, April 26. We will hand out water to runners at a stop in front of St. Thomas More Church. They have asked us to be there at 6:30 am (yes, that’s correct) and say until 10 am.



All the proceeds go to two great local causes that make a positive impact on thousands of people- the UNC Lineberger Cancer Center and the Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA.



NOTE: These hours count toward CHCCS service learning hours as well as troop hours for the President’s Volunteer Service Award.



EVEN BETTER NOTE: The first five people who volunteer and show up by 6:30 receive a free race t shirt. Quick Color Solutions will also provide BOJANGLES biscuits for our volunteers before the race (reserve your favorite with me when you RSVP) as well as a post-race meal at Suttons Drugstore when we’re done. You can then go home and nap that afternoon with a full belly. J



Volunteers can park at STM Church. If needed, I can give anyone a ride home who might need it. I will also



This is not a mandatory attendance event, but I guarantee you our troop will be helping out a great cause, we’ll have some fun together cheering on our favorite participating runners, and did I say “eating some irresistibly good food too?” BO TIME starts at 6:30 am. Yours will be waiting…



Email me back if you or your scout can help out. I know it’s early in the morning, but it’s a great cause.



Sincerely yours,



Glenn



Glenn Benton

Quick Color Solutions

fast, affordable short run digital and offset printing, high-speed copying and graphic finishing services

Triangle-Triad, NC

mobile: 919.868.8742

Triad office: 336.698.0951

Triad fax: 336.698.0955

glenn@quickcolorsolutions.com



Practice the three Rs: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle. We do!



Let's discuss ways YOU can do this too through sustainable printing and paper best practices.



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April 27
 
Touch a truck
 
Order of the Arrow SR-7b Conclave
April 30
7:30pm
9:00pm
Troop night - Obstacle Course (Eagles)
May 2
 
Camporee - Camp Durant
2014 Mawat District Mountain man Rendezvous.
Link to details: www.durhamscouts.org/in.....id=65
May 3
 
Camporee - Camp Durant
2014 Mawat District Mountain man Rendezvous.
Link to details: www.durhamscouts.org/in.....id=65
 

Dutch Oven Cooking 

Dutch Oven Cooking 

Administration 

Health Matters

Medical Forms


Each Scout and leader is expected to keep a current health form on file with the troop. These are taken on each activity in the event medical attention is needed.

*Examinations conducted by licensed health-care practitioners, other than physicians, will be recognized for BSA purposed in those states where such practitioners may perform physical examinations within their legally prescribed scope of practice.

Prescriptions


The taking of prescription medication is the responsibility of the individual taking the medication and/or that individual’s parent or guardian. A Scout leader, after obtaining all the necessary information, can agree to accept the responsibility of making sure a Scout takes the necessary medication at the appropriate time, but BSA policy does not mandate nor necessarily encourage the Scout leader to do so. Also, if your state laws are more limiting, they must be followed.

Religious Beliefs and Medical Care


The following is the policy of the Boy Scouts of America regarding medical requirements:

Medical examinations for camp attendance are required of all campers for the protection of the entire camp group. The immunization requirement is waived for persons with religious beliefs against immunization.

All Scouts and Scout leaders need to learn first aid, not for their own use, but for service to others who may require it. A Scout or leader may ask to be excused from first-aid instruction, but no advancement requirement will be waived except as indicated.

Requirements 1 and 5 for the Personal Fitness merit badge call for examinations by a physician and a dentist with appropriate follow-up recommendations. This may be set aside on presentation of a certificate by the Scout’s parents and a proper church official that a definite violation of religious conviction is involved.

Scouts with a disability


disabilityThe BSA’s policy has always been to treat members with disabilities and special needs as much like other members as possible, but a local council may make some accommodations in advancement requirements if necessary. A Scout with a permanent physical or mental disability may select an alternate merit badge in lieu of a required merit badge if his disabling condition prohibits the Scout from completing the necessary requirements of a particular required merit badge. This substitute should provide a “similar learning experience.” Full guidelines and explanations are available through the local council and on the Application for Alternate Eagle Scout Rank Merit Badges, No. 58-730. The local council advancement committee must approve the application. A Scout may also request changes in the Tenderfoot, Second Class, and First Class ranks. The procedures are described in Boy Scout Requirements 2005, No. 33215A.

This policy is designed to keep youth with disabilities and special needs as much in the mainstream as possible. Practical suggestions are made to leaders as to approaches and methods they can use. Thus, a youth in a wheelchair can meet the requirements for hiking by making a trip to places of interest in his community. Giving more time and permitting the use of special aids are other ways leaders can help youth with disabilities and special needs in their efforts to advance. The unit leader plays a crucial role in that effort.

Additional information and lists of literature and other aids are available from the Boy Scout Division, Cub Scout Division, Venturing Division, and District and Council Resources at the Boy Scouts of America, 1325 West Walnut Hill Lane, P.O. Box 152079, Irving, TX 75015-2079.

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