East Greenville Boy Scouts
Over 85 Years of Scouting
Beginning in 1924
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    2010 

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:    Curtis Fouts
Troop Committee Chairman:  Ron "Flag" Rodenberger
Secretary:    Ernie Scardecchio
Treasurer: Bill Bittermann
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster:  Matt Tomlin
Assistant Scoutmaster: David Mauer
Assistant Scoutmaster: Rob Jenkins
Assistant Scoutmaster: Bill Bittermann
Quartermaster Jason Scardecchio
Newsletter Editor Mike Synder
Advancement Chairman Chuck Tomlin
Web Master Ernie Scardecchio
 
TRUSTEE'S
Jason Scardecchio  Chuck Tomlin
Ron "Flag" Rodenberger Ernie Scardecchio
Jim Raftery  
 
2010 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan 15 - 17 36th District Klondike Derby at Camp Hart 17 Scouts and 8 Leaders participated in the Continental District Klondike Derby at Camp Hart. The Scouts camped in Adirondack shelters at the Yellow Bear campsite.  Cobra Patrol placed 2nd in the Lost Man Pass compass course and 3rd in Monte Cristo Gulch, sled surfing.  Apache placed 3rd at Wolf Creek Pass, lashing and teamwork.
Feb 7th
Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Invocation by Reverend James Roth, Welcome by Ron Rodenberger, Committee Chairman
Guest Speaker: Troop 108 1993 Eagle Scout, USAF Major Michael A. Coe
Camping Awards Matt Tomlin Scoutmaster, Benediction by Reverend James Roth
Feb 12 - 14
Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14. The troop journeyed to Valley Forge Park to participate in the 97th Valley Forge Pilgrimage and Encampment.  Scouts 14 and older camped in tents at the park while the younger scouts stayed at the Scout Cabin.  15 Scouts and 10 Leaders took part in the ceremonies held in appreciation of General Washington’s cold winter encampment during the Revolutionary War.
Mar. 19 - 21 Camping at the Scout Cabin, Wilderness Survival was the theme for the weekend.  Saturday afternoon was spent honing Scout Skills at stations prepared by the Senior Patrol including fire building, lashing and first aid.  This was the first camping trip for 8 new Scouts who crossed over from Packs 244 and 170.  Camping for the weekend were 26 Scouts and 7 Leaders
April 16 -18 Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.As in years past, the Scouts hiked to the Cabin on Friday carrying their gear and equipment needed for the weekend, chose a campsite, and camped in tents.  Saturday was spent lashing campsite improvements, and competing at scout skill stations set up by the Senior Patrol.  Some of the items made were bunk beds by the Apache Patrol, a catapult by the Cobra Patrol, and a tree fort by Flying Eagle.  Pack 244 Webelos attended the campfire and camped in Saturday night.  Taking the honors this year was the Flying Eagle Patrol, lead by PL Conrad Detweiler.  Also this year OA tap-outs were held as part of the cabin campfire ceremony.  Unami Lodge OA inductees were Tyler Scardecchio, Lucas Snyder, and Trevor Schaeffer.  29 Scouts and 13 Leaders were present.
May 14 - 16 Camping at the Scout Cabin focused on cooking.  A cooking demonstration was held Saturday morning.  After lunch, the Troop helped Pack 244 place flags on the graves of veterans for Memorial Day.  All patrols cooked dinner using Dutch ovens.  24 Scouts and 8 Leaders attended.
June 18 - 20 Camping at Trexler Nature Preserve in Schnecksville, PA.  Saturday the troop hiked to the Trexler Zoo and attended a nature presentation given by Ms. Miranda Clark who showed us a hissing cockroach, a corn snake, a ferret, a western box turtle, and a falcon.  After touring the zoo, the scouts hiked back to the campsite and worked on a service project for the Nature Preserve.  14 Scouts and 4 Leaders were present
June 20 - 3 July Philmont Trek. Troop 108’s High Adventure Crew traveled to Philmont Scout Reservation.  The Philmont Trek was completed by 7 Scouts and 3 Leaders.
July 25 - 4 Aug National Jambo and Fort AP Hill. Va. The 2010 National Jamboree, held at A.P. Hill Virginia, was attended by over 45,000 scouts and scouters.  The Continental District of the Cradle of Liberty Council formed a troop known as Troop 130.  East Greenville Troop 108, represented by 4 scouts and 2 leaders, along with an international Patrol from Indonesia camped with Troop 130. The 2013 Jamboree will be held in West Virginia.
Aug 1 - 8 Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe in Rising Sun, Maryland.  Conrad Detweiler was selected for the highly coveted “Silver Buckle” award, and Landon Detweiler was awarded Rookie of the Week.  A particular highlight of the week was the Turtle Derby won by 108’s turtle named Sheldon found by Trevor Schaeffer.  68 merit badges were earned, 9 Scouts completed the Trail Blazer program and 23 Scouts completed 5-days of the Polar Bear Swim.  Camp was attended by 27 Scouts and 13 Leaders.
Aug 27 - 99 The annual Father and Son Campout Weekend this year at Camp Turrell, in Cuddebackville, NY. This was the troop’s 52nd Annual Father and Son Camping Trip,  The campout was attended by 61 people including Scouts, fathers and friends of the Troop.  Activities included boating, fishing, hiking and swimming in the 90-acre lake.
Sept. 24 -26 Camping at Hershey Park:  The Troop headed to Hershey, PA and attended the Hershey Park Encampment sponsored by the New Birth of Freedom Council.  Saturday the troop toured Chocolate World and then spent the entire day at the amusement park.  The encampment was attended by 22 Scouts and 9 Leaders.
Oct. 15 - 17 Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout: 24 Scouts and 6 Leaders spent a fun weekend at the Scout Cabin. Saturday morning everyone went to town and manned popcorn stations  Saturday afternoon the troop participated in the “Jamboree on Air” thanks to Mr. Skavinsky.  Saturday evening everyone went on the Haunted Trail hosted by the Senior Patrol.
Nov. 19 - 21 Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner.  24 Scouts and 8 Leaders participated in Scouting for Food Saturday morning.  Saturday afternoon the Patrols participated in a scavenger hunt in town before returning to the cabin for a Turkey dinner.  The troop was joined by Webelos Cub Scouts and their parents from Packs 244 and 170 for dinner and the campfire, and many stayed overnight in the cabin.
Dec. 10 - 12 Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin: TheTroop concluded the year by camping at the Scout Cabin Friday night the Scouts played Capture the Flag.  Saturday morning the patrols tested their scout skills at stations set up by the Senior Patrol.  The stations included first aid, fire building and lashing.   Saturday night the scouts participated in the annual Life Saver Roll, Log Throwing and other Christmas Party favorites.  The Christmas Campout was attended by 24 Scouts and 6 Leaders.
 
2010 TROOP ADVANCEMENT REPORT
 
BOARD OF REVIEWS:  _____       MERIT BADGES EARNED: ______
SCOUT:  Landon Detweiler, Jonathan Felgenhauer, Joshua Landis, Doug McGrath, Connoer Raferty, Chase Skavinsky, Eric Boyd, Dalton Butz, Blaze Lynch
TENDERFOOT:  Paul Chappelle, Landon Detweiler, Doug Mc Grath, Connor raftery, Chase Skavinsky, Eric Boyd, Dalton Boyd, Dalton Butz, Jonathan Felgenhauer
SECOND CLASS: Justin Weber, Paul Chappelle, Landon Detweiler, Doug Mc Grath, Connor Raftery, Eric Boyd,
FIRST CLASS: Justin Weber, Joe Shermer, Doug McGrath, Conner Raferty, Landon Detweiler
STAR: Trevor Schaeffer, Chris Limbert, Nicholas Camarata
LIFE:  Ethan Puset, Alex Ruppert.
EAGLE: 
BRONZE PALM:
GOLD PALM:
SILVER PALM: Cody Mauer
 
 
      Submitted By:  Board of Review Chairman
 
 
2010 Troop Camping Statistics  
8 Scouts and 2 Leaders had perfect attendance for the 2010 camping year 
Top Scout camper was Logan Mauer with 53 nights. Next was Tyler Scardecchio with 50 nights. 
A total of 33 Scouts and Leaders had 20 or more nights of camping in 2010. This is up by 9 from 2009
Camping Streaks
Top Ten
1 Frank Bittermann 304
2 Robbie Jenkins 194
3 Tyler Scardecchio 159
4 Jason Ritter 138
5 Bill Bittermann 122
6 Conrad Detweiler 117
7 Alex Ruppert 98
8 Logan Mauer 89
9 Lucas Snyder 86
10 Nick Camarata 29

Troop 200 Club

      
 
A WORD FROM THE 2010 TROOP COMMITTEE

 

As we celebrate our 57th Annual Friendship Dinner, and the 87th year of our Troop, we can look back on another great year of scouting.
This past year scouting has celebrated its 100th anniversary. Congratulation to the Boy Scouts of America
 The Troop Committee would like to thank Matt Tomlin for his service as Scoutmaster, as well as all of his Assistant Scoutmasters for their contributions of time and talent. It is only through their kind of leadership that we can provide a solid program and provide an attractive destination for the boys graduating from the cub scouts.
 We also thank the parents for their support of our Troop and the encouragement of their sons, along with the local industries and the community at large who have contributed in many ways to make Troop 108 a success.
   this 100th anniversary of scouting the Troop spent a week down at Camp Horseshoe.  A crew of scouts and leaders also spent 10 day of hiking in the mountians at Philmont Scout Ranch, New Mexico. Also the troop sent some scouts and leaders to the 2010 National Jamboree at A.P. Hill , Va.
 We invite all fathers and senior scouts that turn 18 to join us for our committee meetings on the first Thursday of the month starting at 7:30 PM. Check the website or your newsletter for the location. 
  would personally like to thank all the leaders, officers and the men of the Troop Committee for all their time and effort that you have put into making Troop 108 a success.
 
Yours in Scouting,
      Submitted By: _Ron "Flag" Rodenberger, Troop Committee Chairman 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING in the TROOP 25 YEARS AGO 
The Year was 1986

 

Moose was in his 26th year as Scoutmaster & his Assistants were “Bub” Treffinger, Ron Rodenberger “Flag”, Terry Bieler, and Tom Pruitt “Kernel”.
 Fred Hofke was in his 13th year as Committee Chairman.
Most Active Scout went to David Burkhart.
 The Pre Camporee plaque was won by the Flying Eagle Patrol, with Jarrod Nyce as the Patrol Leader.
 Hawk Patrol won the Inter-Patrol Contest.
 The Pre Camporee was attended by the newly formed Old Buzzard Patrol with 19 committeemen camping.
 This marked the troops 12th year at Camp Horseshoe, The Rookie of the Year was Kris Henry and the Silver Buckle award was awarded to Jarrod Nyce.
 The troop held its 28th Father/Son trip to Camp Watchung in New Jersey. That year the troop did a 19 mile Bike Trip in New Jersey, staying at Gordon Branins cottage along the Delaware River.
 In Oct,  15 miles of the Appalachia Trail was hiked. They also participated in the 14th Annual Klondike Derby, the Valley Forge Pilgrimage & Encampment as well as the spring Camporee held at Lehigh University Fields. 18 Scouts and leaders had all 29 nights of camping.
 David Burkhart received his Eagle Scout Rank as well as a Bronze Palm.

 

WHAT WAS HAPPENING in the TROOP 50 YEARS AGO

THE Year was 1961

 

This was the 1st years of Moose’s Scoutmaster tenure which would last for 40 1/2 years. His Assistants were Gerry Schantz and Rich “Egg” Graber.
Committee Chairman at the time was Ernest Godshall while Raymond Fluck was Treasurer, Jim Hoffman Secretary, Board of Review Chairman was John Hagenbuch.
 The Scout of the Year went to David Urffer.
 Pre Camporee plaque was won by the Cobra Patrol, and the Hawk patrol won the Inter- Patrol Contest. 
1961 marked the 5th year of the troop going to Resica Falls summer camp.  
A Farm in Potter County was the site for the Annual Father/Son trip for 35 campers.  
A camporee was held at Camp Delmont and also the Valley Forge Trail was hiked, For the year, advancement was low with no Eagles or Life scouts and only 1 Star

 

 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING in the TROOP 50 YEARS AGO
The Year was 1936
The Scoutmaster was William “Bill” Beahm,
the Troop Committee Chairman was Warren B. Kreider.
 The troop attended summer camp at Camp Delmont and also the Valley Forge Pilgrimage
 The troop did not own the scout camp at the time, so camping was limited. Most of the outings were to Mill Hill.

 

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   2011 

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:    
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
 
 
2011 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  37th District Klondike Derby at 
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
 
2011 TROOP ADVANCEMENT REPORT
 
Boards of Review: __     Merit Badges: __  
SCOUT: 
TENDERFOOT:
SECOND CLASS: 
FIRST CLASS:
STAR:
LIFE:
EAGLE:  
BRONZE PALM:
    Submitted By: Board of Review Chairman
   
 
2011 Troop Camping Statistics  
______ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2011 camping year 
Top Scout campers were ________  with ____ nights, ___________l and _________ with ___ nights. 
A total of ___ Scouts and ___ Leaders had 20 or more nights of camping in 2011.  
Camping Streaks
Top Twenty
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Troop 200 Club

 
 
A WORD FROM THE TROOP COMMITTEE
    Submitted By: __________, Troop Committee Chairman
 
What was happening in the Troop 25 Years Ago
The year was1986 
Submitted By: 
 
What was happening in the Troop 50 Years Ago
The year was1960  
Submitted By: 
      
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 75 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__  
    Submitted By:  
       
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    2012 

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:  
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
 
 
2012 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  38th District Klondike Derby at 
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
 
 
2012 ADVANCEMENT REPORT
 
Boards of Review:  ___       Merit Badges:  ___ 
 
SCOUT:
TENDERFOOT: 
SECOND CLASS:
FIRST CLASS:
STAR:
LIFE:
EAGLE: 
Bronze Palms:
   Submitted By: The Board of Review Chairman
 
2012 Troop Camping Statistics
  
______ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2012 camping year 
Top Scout campers for the year were _________ with ___ nights and _________ with __ nights. 
A total of ___ Scouts and ___ Leaders had 20 or more nights of camping in 2012
 
Camping Streaks
Top Twenty
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Troop 200 Club

 
 
A WORD FROM THE TROOP COMMITTEE
    Submitted By: __________, Troop Committee Chairman
 
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 25 YEARS AGO
The Year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
      
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 50 YEARS AGO
The Year was 19__  
Submitted By:
   
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 75 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__  
Submitted By:
 
                                  
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    2013
 

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:  
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
 
 
2013 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  39th District Klondike Derby at 
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
 
      Submitted By: ___________, Troop Committee Chairman
 
ADVANCEMENT REPORT 2013
Merit Badges Earned : _____ Boards of Review: ___
Scout Badge:
Tenderfoot: 
Second Class: 
First Class:
Star:
Life:
Eagle:
Bronze Palm: 
      Submitted By: _________, Board of Review Chairman
2013 Troop Camping Statistics  
______ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2013 camping year 
Top Scout campers for the year were ___________ with ___ nights followed by _________ with ___ nights and_____________. 
A total of ___ Scouts and ___ Leaders had 20 or more nights of camping in 2013.
 
Camping Streaks
Top Twenty
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Troop 200 Club

 
 
 
FROM THE 2013 TROOP COMMITTEE
         Submitted By: ____________, Troop Committee Chairman
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 25 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 50 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__
Submitted By:
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 75 YEARS AGO
The year was19__  
Submitted By:
 
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   2014
 

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:  
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
 
 
2014 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  39th District Klondike Derby 
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
 
Advancement Report 2014
 
Merit Badges Earned : ___
Boards of Review Conducted : ___ 
 
SCOUT BADGE:  
TENDERFOOT:
SECOND CLASS:  
FIRST CLASS:
STAR:
LIFE:  
EAGLE: 
 BRONZE PALM:
 GOLD PALM:  
 
Submitted By: _________, Board of Review Chairman
 
  ____ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2014 camping year 
The top camper was __________ with ___ nights, followed by ___________ with ___ and ____________ with __. 
  A total of ____ Scouts and 8 Leaders had 20 or more nights of camping for 2014.
   
Camping Streaks
Top Twenty

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Troop 200 Club

 
 
A WORD FROM THE 2014 TROOP COMMITTEE
 
Troop Committee Chairman,__________________  

 

WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 25 YEARS AGO  
The Year was 19 
Submitted By:
 
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 50 YEARS AGO  
The Year was 19
Submitted By:
 
   
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 75 YEARS AGO  
The Year was 19 
Submitted By:
 

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2015
 
2015 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:  
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
 
 
2015 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  40th District Klondike Derby 
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
 
 
Advancement Report 2015
 
Merit Badges Earned : ___
Boards of Review Conducted : ___
 
SCOUT BADGE:
TENDERFOOT:
SECOND CLASS:
FIRST CLASS:  
STAR:
LIFE:  
EAGLE:  
  BRONZE PALMS:
  GOLD PALM:  
 
    Submitted By: _________, Board of Review Chairman
 
______ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2015 camping year    
The top camper was ___________ with ___ nights, followed by ______________ with ____ and ______________ with ____.  
___ Scouts and ___ Leaders had 20 or more nights of camping for the full 2015 camping year.
 
Camping Streaks
Top Twenty

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Troop 200 Club

 
WORD FROM THE 2015 TROOP COMMITTEE
 
 
Troop Committee Chairman, _____________ 

Troop 108 has a rich and wonderful history 

WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 25 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 50 YEARS AGO 
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 75 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
  
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   2016
 

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:  
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
 
 
2016 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  41st District Klondike Derby at t
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
Advancement Report 2016
Merit Badges Earned : ____
Boards of Review Conducted :____
 
SCOUT BADGE: 
TENDERFOOT:  
FIRST CLASS:
STAR:
LIFE: 
EAGLE: 
   BRONZE PALM: 
   GOLD PALM:
 
     Submitted By: _________, Board of Review Chairman
 
______ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2016 camping year.    
The top camper was _____________ with ___ nights, followed by ____________ with ____ and _______________ with ___.  
A total of _____ Scouts and ____ Leaders had 20 or more nights of camping for 2016.
Camping Streaks
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WORD FROM THE 2016 TROOP COMMITTEE
Troop Committee Chairman, _______________
Troop 108 has a rich and wonderful history   
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 25 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:  
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 50 YEARS AGO  
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 75 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By: 
 
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2017

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:  
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
   
   
   
 
2017 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  42nd District Klondike Derby at 
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
Submitted by ____________, Troop Committee Chairman
 
 
Advancement Report 2017
 
    
    Merit Badges Earned : _____
    Boards of Review Conducted : ___ 
    There were ___ Badges of Rank passed in 2017.  
 
    SCOUT BADGE:
    TENDERFOOT:
    SECOND CLASS:
    FIRST CLASS:  
    STAR: .
    LIFE:  
    EAGLE:  
    BRONZE PALM: 
    GOLD PALM:  
 
             Submitted By: _________, Board of Review Chairman
    ______ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2017 camping year.      
    The top camper was _______ with _____ nights, while _________ followed with ___.   
   ______ Scouts and ____ Leaders had all 20 or more nights of camping in 2017.    
Camping Streaks
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WORD FROM THE 2017 TROOP COMMITTEE
 
Troop Committee Chairman, _________________ 
Troop 108 has a rich and wonderful history   
Our troop was chartered in July 1924. Lets take a trip back in history.
 
25 Years Ago  
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
 
50 Years Ago
The year was 19__  
Submitted By:
 
75 Years Ago
 The year was 19__  
Submitted By:
 
 

 

2018

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:  
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
Bruce Baver  Chuck Tomlin
Ron "Flag" Rodenberger Terry Ziegenfuse
Pete Tomlin    
 
 
2018 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  43th District Klondike Derby at 
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
Submitted by:  _______________, Troop Committee Chairmen  
ADVANCEMENT REPORT 2018
 
 
Merit Badges Earned : ____
Boards of Review Conducted :____
 
Scout:
Tenderfoot: 
Second Class: 
First Class: 
Star: 
Life: 
Eagle: 
    Bronze Palm: 
    Gold Palm: 
 
Submitted By: _________, Board of Review Chairman
 

2018 Troop Camping Statistics  

______ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2018 camping year. 
The top camper was _________ with ___ nights, followed by _________ with ____.  
___ Scouts and ____ Leaders had 20 or more nights of camping in 2018.
 
Camping Streaks
Top Twenty

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FROM THE 2018 TROOP COMMITTEE

_____________, Troop Committee Chairmen  
Our Troop was chartered in July 1924, lets take a trip back in history.
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 25 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 50 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 75 YEARS AGO
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
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2019
 
 

OFFICERS

Institutional Representative:  
Troop Committee Chairman: 
Secretary:  
Treasurer:
       
TROOP LEADERS     
Scoutmaster: 
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Quartermaster
Newsletter Editor
Advancement Chairman
Web Master
 
TRUSTEE'S
   
   
   
 
2019 CAMPING & HIKING REPORT
Dates Location, Type of Camping and Overview
Jan  44th District Klondike Derby at 
Feb  Annual Fellowship Dinner and Awards Banquet
Feb  Valley Forge Encampment for Scouts 14 and older, camping at the Scout Cabin for Scout under14.
Mar.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, 
April  Troop's annual Pre-Camporee held at the Cabin.
May 
June  Camping at 
Aug  Summer Camp at Camp Horseshoe.
Aug  The annual Father and Son trip at 
Sept. Camp at the Cabin 
Oct.  Camping at the Scout Cabin, Halloween Campout
Nov.  Camping at the Scout Cabin participated in the “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday and a Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Dec. Final Troop outing  the Christmas Party at the cabin
 
Submitted By: ____________________, Troop Committee Chairmen
 
ADVANCEMENT REPORT 2019
Merit Badges Earned : ____
Boards of Review Conducted :____ 
 
Scout Badge:
Tenderfoot:  
Second Class:  
First Class:    
Star:    
Life:    
Eagle:   
   Bronze Palm:  
   Gold Palm:  
   Silver Palm:  
      Submitted By: ___________________, Troop Advancement Chairmen
 
2019 Troop Camping Statistics
______ Scouts  had perfect attendance for the 2019 camping year. .
The top camper was _________ with _____ nights, followed by ________ with ____.
A total of ____ Scouts and Leaders had 20 or more nights camping for 2019.
 
Camping Streaks
Top Twenty
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2
3
4
5  
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7
8
9
10
11

Troop 200 Club

 
 
WORD FROM THE 2019 TROOP COMMITTEE
 
Submitted by: _______________, Troop Committee Chairmen
Our Troop was chartered in July 1924. Lets take a trip back in history.
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 25 YEARS AGO 
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 50 YEARS AGO  
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:
 
WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN THE TROOP 75 YEARS AGO  
The year was 19__ 
Submitted By:

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