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Klondike Derby 2014
Klondike Derby 2014 will be held from Feb. 7 - 9. Highlights are below:

• Depart Friday at 5:30 from the Annex. Please be on time!
• Full Klondike information and links are on the Troop 171 Klondike page.

Drivers - please check out the special drivers information section on the Troop 171 Klondike page linked above.
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TROOP 171 SUPPORT OF NATIONAL YOUTH LEADERSHIP TRAINING
Last year, we had multiple Scouts attend NYLT at Big Horn and at Ben Delatour Scout Ranch. We strongly support any Scout wishing to build their leadership skills. These courses are specifically designed for Scouts who have or will have a leadership role in the troop.

After attending the local NYLT, Scouts can increase their skills by attending a national version of leadership training at Philmont. This is not the normal Philmont backpacking trek. This is an advanced leadership experience taught at the Philmont Training Center in Cimarron , NM. Over time, we have had three Scouts attend this conference. More info and links at Leadership Training.
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NRA TRAINING - RIFLE MERIT BADGE COUNSELOR CERTIFICATION
Several merit badges require speciality certification from BSA. Rifle and Shotgun Merit Badges are included in this requirement. To help us meet this requirement, Longs Peak Council runs this course at Ben Delatour Scout Ranch. If you would like to help out and become certified, please sign up via the link below.

From the LPC Website - All unit shooting activities must have an NRA certified instructor.
 This course includes the rules and regulations for NRA instruction, and Longs Peak Council Range Officer requirements.
Thursday-Saturday, June 6-8 at BDSR
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FLAMING GORGE SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION
Most of the information about summer camp is sent out via email. Most of the information sent out is archived on the Flaming Gorge Summer Camp page of this Website.

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FLAMING GORGE SUPER SUMMER CAMP - SIGNUP IS OPEN FOR SCOUTS AND ADULTS!
Flaming Gorge is one of our favorite summer camp locations. It is unique in that the troop puts on the entire camp. We bring all of our own food. Parents serve as camp counselors for all the merit badges that are offered.

Making Flaming Gorge a success is a logistical challenge! To help get the organization going, we need everyone who is planning on going to get signed up ASAP!
The signup site is open!
    • Scouts - this trip is open to all Scouts!
    • Webleos and New Scouts - it is especially important for you to get signed up for summer camp!
    • Parents - we NEED staff members for this trip. If you are going, please sign up via the link sent by email.

Merit Badge signup for Scouts - that will come after we find out what the adults can counsel. Stay tuned!

    • IMPORTANT - the signup form sent by email is for SIGNUP ONLY! The actual permission slip will come out closer to the trip.

    • MEDICAL FORMS - it is important to start scheduling physicals at the doctors office. BSA now requires a signed physical annually for Scouts AND adults attending summer camp. The Health and Medical Record page is linked below. Click on the "Four-Part Form" for the actual physical. Required for camp:
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VETERANS' DAY FLAG SERVICE PROJECT AT MOUTAIN VIEW MEMORIAL CEMETERY

Thank you to the Scouts, Scoutmaster staff and parents who helped place flags at the cemetery. The number of American flags on the gravesite's is very humbling and beautiful.




On Friday, May 24th, Troop 171 will be placing American flags on the military veterans’ graves at Mountain View Cemetery to honor the veterans as part of the Memorial Day Weekend activities.  This is a great opportunity to support our community in honoring the over 800 veterans who are buried in the cemetery. 


Location: Mountain View Cemetery (located north of Iris, between 30th Street and Foothills Parkway) at the cemetery buildings in the northwest corner of the cemetery property; access is easiest from Kalmia, the road on the north side of the cemetery property.  Someone from the Troop will be at the entrance to direct you where to park. 


Uniform: Please wear your Scout uniform shirts.


The Scouts, Scoutmaster staff and parents who did this last year did a great job!  A number of family members of veterans who were visiting the cemetery thanked us for placing the flags and said it really meant a great deal to them to see the Scouts doing this.


Place Flags – Thursday, May 21: Sign up Here

Time:         4:30 pm – please participate even if you plan to arrive after 4:30 pm

Uniform:     Please wear your Scout uniform shirts.

Dinner:       Pizza and drinks will be provided.

 

Remove Flags – Tuesday, May 26: Sign up Here 

Time:         4:30 pm – please participate even if you plan to arrive after 4:30 pm

Uniform:     Please wear your Scout uniform shirts.

Dinner:       Pizza and drinks will be provided.

 

Location:   Mountain View Memorial Park (3016 Kalmia Ave, Boulder, CO 80301; located north of the Diagonal Highway (CO 119), between 30th Street and Foothills Parkway) at the cemetery buildings in the northwest corner of the cemetery property; access is easiest from Kalmia Avenue, the road on the north side of the cemetery property.  Someone from Troop 171 will be at the entrance to direct you where to park. 

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MERIT BADGE UNIVERSITY REGISTRATION IS OPEN AGAIN! NEW MBU DATE is APRIL 27, 2013

MBU is a great way to get a start on up to 3 merit badges. Classes are held on the CU Campus on March 9. Registration closes Feb. 19.

Full information and forms can be found at: Troop 171 MBU Information Page

• The cost of MBU is $15 (billed through your troop account).
• Lunch at the CU Center For Community is $10 for all-you-can-eat. This has become an MBU favorite.

Full packet of information and forms: http://mbuonline.org/packets/Packet_Spring_2013.pdf
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Standard First Aid and CPR <----------- First Pres Annex!
WHEN: Saturday, April 6, 2013 [8:00 to 5:00]
WHERE: First Presbyterian Church ANNEX – 16th and Walnut [north east corner of the intersection - across the street from the main church]
Parking and entrance is at the back. Parking structure is across the street is free on Saturdays. On street parking $1.25 per hour.
Who: Open to all adults and Scouts age 12 and above. Highly recommended for all Scouts and adults participating in high adventures trips.
NOTE: By completing this class and and two other requirements, Scouts will complete the First Aid Merit Badge.
To Register for this class: <http://auroramedteam.ezregister.com> <-- FULL LIST OF CLASSES. Choose the appropriate class
COST: $40


To see ALL classes offered: <http://auroramedteam.ezregister.com/>
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SPRING BREAK ADVENTURES - March 23 - 30
As you can see, Spring Break is coming up FAST! Everyone has signed up for the trips. Here is a bit more info for the trips:
    • Medical Forms - we can use either last years summer camp form or the new one from this year.
    • Equipment List - please check the list carefully! These trips, especially Paria, require special packing.  Desert Adventure Packing List
PERSONAL FITNESS MERIT BADGE NIGHTS

Here are the dates we will be meeting for Requirements #6 and #8:

 • Monday, November 26th – Requirement #8: Fitness progress check

 • Monday, December 3rd – Requirement #8: Fitness progress check

 • Monday, December 17th – Requirement #8: Fitness progress check

 • Monday, January 14th – Requirement #8: Fitness progress check

 • Monday, January 28th – Requirement #8: Final fitness progress check!  In order to complete Requirement #8, you must show improvement in all areas.

 

For each meeting, we will meet at the Mapleton YMCA at 6 pm.  The cost for non-YMCA members is $3 each time we meet; please pay the folks at the front desk before meeting us upstairs in the area near the track.

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KLONDIKE DERBY INFORMATION PAGE
There have been a good number of emails going about about the Klondike Derby and the Pancake Breakfast. That information is now compiled on the Klondike Derby Information page.

What: Klondike Derby
When: Friday January 25 - Sunday, January 27, 2013
Depart: from the church Annex at 5:30 PM on Friday
Return: Sunday, before noon. Scouts can call from Nederland
Klondike Location: Highland Presbyterian Camp (near Allenspark)
Reminders: CLASS A UNIFORMS and everyone needs to eat dinner at home on Friday night!
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VISITOR FROM KARACHI, PAKISTAN ON MONDAY, JANUARY 7
Amyn Malik, a Scout leader from Karachi, Pakistan is coming to Boulder and will be at our first meeting of the New Year.  Amyn is a Fulbright Scholar studying public health at Johns Hopkins University.  If you are on Facebook, you can see him here:  http://www.facebook.com/amyn.malik?ref=ts&fref=ts

Amyn's visit is one more step in our efforts to link Troop 171 with a Scout troop in Pakistan.  Amyn spoke via Skype to Troop 171 parents who attended the holiday party last Sunday, and told us that his troop has 140 members and has been operating for 80 years.  And we thought we were old-timers at 60 years old!

He arrives at DIA on Sunday, January 6 and goes back to Baltimore the following Saturday. One Troop 171 parent has offered to give him a tour of the Children's Hospital in Aurora, which is right up Amyn's alley, but I'm sure he would also be interested in other Boulder or Colorado-related activities beyond healthcare.  Please get in touch with me and together we can give him a royal welcome--much as his troop did for me when I was in Karachi.  My goal is for him to see what wonderful folks we are and then tell his Scouts back home so that we can take the next step, which is to get some of them over here.
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CURRENT MERIT BADGES BEING TAUGHT AT MEETINGS

NOTE TO SCOUTS – PLEASE RESPECT THE TIME SPENT BY COUNSELORS BY COMING TO THE MEETINGS WITH YOUR WORKBOOK, PENCIL AND ANY HOMEWORK THAT HAS BEEN ASSIGNED!

CAMPING Merit Badge
Counselor: David Kruetzer
Workbook (MS Word Format): bottom of the requirements page link above

COOKING Merit Badge
Counselor: Greg Brown
Workbook (MS Word Format): bottom of the requirements page link above

FAMILY LIFE Merit Badge
Counselor: Wendy Schermerhorn, Amy Winters
Workbook (MS Word Format): bottom of the requirements page link above

COMMUNICATION Merit Badge
Counselor: Jeff Bradley
Workbook (MS Word Format): bottom of the requirements page link above
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ORDER OF THE ARROW FALL FELLOWSHIP AT BDSR/CAMP NICOL (SEPT 14 - 16)
We have a good number of troop members who are Ordeal or Brotherhood members of Order of the Arrow. We also have a large number of Scouts who were elected into OA this last spring.

If you were elected into OA and HAVE NOT did not complete your Ordeal Ceremony at either of the Spring Service Weekends, this is your LAST CHANCE! After Fall Fellowship you would need to be re-elected. Please acknowledge the honor your fellow Scouts bestowed upon you by completing your Ordeal.

For all Scouts and adults going to OA, there are a number of requirements including Registration, Physical Form and Payment. All of the information and the on-line registration is located on the link below. Because Ben Delatour Scout Ranch (and Camp Nicol) is a good distance away, we have included a link to help with carpooling. Transportation to OA events is not a troop responsibility but we can certainly help with carpooling. More info below.

WHAT: Order of the Arrow Fall Fellowship
WHEN: September 14 – 16, 2012
REGISTRATION Early Bird Deadline: Register by noon on Sept. 5 to receive a $10 discount! Registration and Info Link is below.
WHERE: Ben Delatour Scout Ranch and Camp Nicol Cub Camp
REGISTRATION, GEAR LIST, MEDICAL AND FULL INFOhttp://www.longspeakbsa.org/OA/ordeal/
MEDICAL FORM: Remember, all Colorado camp events require a medical form. HOWEVER, these events DO NOT require a doctors signature. It is only parts A and B of the medical form. IF YOU WENT TO SUMMER CAMP AND DO NOT HAVE A COPY OF YOUR FORM, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. WE MAY HAVE A COPY FOR YOU. NOTE – this same form will work for Klondike Derby in the winter! Keep a copy. IMPORTANT – if you don't specifically ask to get your medical form back, it may not be returned. Again, make a copy before you go. You may not get it back at the end of OA Weekend!

A final word – in years past, we have had a very strong representation in the Order of the Arrow. Troop 171 has had numerous Chapter and Lodge officers. Most recently, Matt Smith has been the Lodge Chief for Kola Lodge representing a large area of Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska. Who is next to follow in his footsteps? If you are an Ordeal Member, why not go for Brotherhood?
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TROOP 171 DIAMOND JUBILEE REUNION

In lieu of our traditional fall picnic, we are inviting all of our current and former Scouts and Scout families to the Diamond Jubilee Celebration for the troop. Troop 171 has been in continuous operation at the First Presbyterian Church since it was charted in May, 1952.

What: Diamond Jubilee Celebration of 60 years of Scouting
When: Sunday, August 12 from 4:00 to 6:00 PM
Where: First Presbyterian Church – Oerter Hall (west end of the main church)
Who: Everyone associated with the troop in its 60 year history!
Cost: Covered by the troop. However, small donations to cover the cater costs would always be appreciated
Signup: To help us with the count for the caterer, please click on the link below to signup.

Click Here to Signup for the Diamond Jubilee Reunion

Alumni – We have several ways for alumni to stay in touch.
• Alumni e-mail list – if you are coming to the reunion, enter the email at the end of the form above
• Troop 171 Alumni Facebook page

• List of Scouts in the troop as 2001 – see if you remember the names!
Troop 171 List of Alumni as of November 2001

PLEASE PASS THE WORD – If you are still in contact with former Scouts, please let them know about the reunion, the mailing list and the Facebook page.
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BSA MEDICAL FORM FOR SUMMER CAMP, ORDER OF THE ARROW AND OTHER BSA EVENTS
BSA requires that all Scouts and adults have a physical form updated annually. The form must be current within one (1) year of arrival at camp and the health history must be updated within 90 days before arrival at camp.

IMPORTANT - ALL SCOUTS AND ADULT ATTENDING CAMP MUST SUBMIT TWO COPIES OF THE MEDICAL FORM. One will be kept by the camp. The other will be given back to the troop.

This form can also be used by Scout attending any other BSA event such as Order of the Arrow. However, a separate copy must be made for each event.

The entire form is now and interactive PDF. Parents are encouraged to download a copy for each son, enter pertinent data on the computer and save it for future use. This should make future medical forms much easier.

PLEASE TAKE TIME TO COMPLETE ALL OF THE DETAILS ON THE FORM! WITH OVER 60 SCOUTS GOING TO TWO DIFFERENT CAMPS, WE DO NOT HAVE TIME TO RETURN EACH FORM FOR CORRECTION!

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MIKE MONIZ ON EVEREST
Several people have asked for updates on Mike Moniz, ASM and his attempt to summit Mt. Everest. His climb is being well documented on his blog site. Climb7 Blog
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CAPITOL PEAK MINI ADVENTURE
What:  Backpacking/fishing trip for 4 days, 3 nights
When:  Friday, August 3 (8:00 AM) to Monday, August 6 (afternoon)
Who:  Troop 171 Scouts (12-14 years old) who have been on a micro-adventure.
Where:  Planning for Capitol Peak drainage but may change depending on logistics and crowd avoidance
Why:  Because we are lucky enough to live in Colorado and can be in some of the world's great backpacking areas with relatively short drives.

Backpacking Equipment List
 
Pre-Trip Events:
* GEAR SHAKEDOWN: Monday, July 30 at the Annex (6:00 PM)
• FOOD BUYING AND PACKING: Thursday, August 2 (6:00 PM) King Soopers (30th and Arapahoe). Packing at the Annex to follow.
 * PARENTS: Finally, if you are parent of a Scout who is interested in this trip and have some backpacking experience, please join us.  We are always looking for fresh faces to help keep our outdoor adventures going.

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MEMORIAL WEEKEND SERVICE PROJECT
This year, our troop will be placing and removing American flags on 700+ veterans’ graves at Mountain View Cemetery, located north of Iris between 30th Street and Foothills Parkway.  This recognition is done each year as part of the Memorial Day weekend ceremonies.

A number of activities precede the placement of the flags:

Activity: FLAG PLACEMENT: Friday, May 25th from 9:00 to noon.
Location: Mountain View Cemetery (located north of Iris, between 30th Street and Foothills Parkway) at the cemetery buildings in the northwest corner of the cemetery property à access is easiest from Kalmia, the road on the north side of the cemetery property: someone will be at the entrance to direct you where to park.
Uniform: Please wear your Scout uniform shirts.
 
Future key dates:
            Remove Flags: Tuesday, May 29th, probably 10 am to 11 am.
 

 
Please let Greg Brown, ASM know if you are interested in participating in this service project.  Given the number of activities associated with this project, this is a great opportunity for those working on the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge to complete Requirement #7.

MIKE MONIZ ON EVEREST
Several people have asked for updates on Mike Moniz, ASM and his attempt to summit Mt. Everest. His climb is being well documented on his blog site. Climb7 Blog
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COURT OF HONOR - SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2012
WHAT: Troop 171 Spring Court of Honor
WHEN: Sunday, May 6, 2012 <------------------------
TIME: 7:00 PM
WHERE: The court of honor will be held in the First Presbyterian Church Chapel in the main church.
WHO: All Scouts, parents and family members
ACTIVITIES: we will be inducting the new Scouts into the troop, presenting the last six months of merit badges and rank advancements. We will also be presenting the Eagle awards to several troop alumni who earned Eagle but had never been awarded at a court of honor. There will be refreshments at a receptions following the event.

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First Aid Classes - Standard and Advanced

NOTE – CPR WILL BE EXPIRING FOR MANY FOLKS WHO TOOK THE FIRST ROUND OF CLASSES.

SCOUTS – YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO TAKE THESE CLASSES EVEN IF YOU HAVE FIRST AID MERIT BADGE. IF YOU NEED FIRST AID MERIT BADGE, EITHER CLASS WILL DO. SCOUTS AND ADULTS PARTICIPATING IN TROOP HIGH ADVENTURES ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO TAKE THE WILDERNESS ADVANCED CLASS.

Over the past two years, we have arranged to have both a Standard First Aid/CPR and Wilderness Advanced/CPR certification courses offered to the Scouts and adults in the troop. Because of the great response, we have organized them again for this year. Note to Scouts – if you complete either of the courses and two other requirements, you will complete First Aid Merit Badge.

Both courses include First Aid, CPR and use of an AED. If at all possible, we encourage all adults who attend campouts or adventures to be first aid and CPR certified. 

NOTE – we are sending this information to several other groups. If you are interested, please register as soon as possible, before classes are full.

Standard First Aid and CPR <----------- First Pres Annex!
WHEN: Saturday, April 21, 2012 [8:00 to 5:00]
WHERE: First Presbyterian Church ANNEX – 16th and Walnut [north east corner of the intersection - across the street from the main church]
Parking and entrance is at the back. Parking structure is across the street is free on Saturdays. On street parking $1.25 per hour.
Who: Open to all adults and Scouts age 12 and above. Highly recommended for all Scouts and adults participating in high adventures trips.
NOTE: By completing this class and two other requirements, Scouts will complete the First Aid Merit Badge.
REGISTRATION:  <http://auroramedteam.ezregister.com/>
COST: $40


To see ALL classes offered: <http://auroramedteam.ezregister.com/>

MERIT BADGE UNIVERSITY (MBU) [Saturday, March 3, 2012]
MBU registration is now open. Full details and links are found at: Merit Badge University

Registration with the troop is through this link:  http://tinyurl.com/tr171MBU2012

• The cost of MBU is $15 (billed through your troop account).
• Lunch at the CU Center For Community is $10 for all-you-can-eat. This has become an MBU favorite.
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Scout and Adult BSA Registration for 2012
Each year, Scouts and adults must re-register in Scouting. Please let us know your status for 2012 by completing the form linked below. Note that the form is password protected with the normal troop Website password (hint: p _ _ _ _ _71).
It is important to complete the registration form if you are continuing with the troop or choosing not to re-register. There is also a space to let us know if you would like Boys' Life Magazine.
Currently registered Scouts and adults can use the same page.

Registration Link - here
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Klondike Derby Information and Links [February 3 - 5] - CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER
The Klondike Derby is one of our premier winter season events. Because we typically have a large turnout, we need to plan ahead for district registration and multiple forms.

One of the forms specific to the Klondike is the medical form. All Scouts and adult attending must have completed the form linked below. I will post the permission slip for the troop soon. In the meantime, the medical form is linked below. It is an interactive pdf so completion is fairly easy.

Troop Permission Slip (required of all Scouts and adults attending) - here
Indian Peak Medical Form - Interactive PDF (required of all Scouts and adults attending) - here
Winter Camping Checklist - here
Klondike Derby Skills Checklist - here
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Advanced First Aid and CPR <------------- Broomfield! Just in time for the spring break adventures!
WHEN:
 Saturday, March 17 and Sunday March 18, 2012 [8:00 to 5:00] - BOTH DAYS REQUIRED 8:00 to 5:00
WHERE: Broomfield Heights Middle School – 1555 Daphne Street, Broomfield, CO  80020
Enter through the main door off the parking lot. There will be signs to show the way to the school library
Who: Open to all adults and Scouts age 13 and above. Highly recommended for all Scouts and adults participating in high adventures trips.
NOTE: By completing this class and and two other requirements, Scouts will complete the First Aid Merit Badge.
REGISTRATION:  <http://auroramedteam.ezregister.com/>
COST: $80

COZUMEL PAYMENT SCHEDULE
Trip cost in 2008 was $1675. We have estimated this trip to cost $1800.

Here is the suggested payment schedule. As I have said in the previous payment schedules, please let us know if you need to alter this to meet family financial needs. We do have a firm portion due to the airlines, hotel and dive shop May 1 of $1300. 


March 19    400.00
 
April 9    400.00 (total paid $800)
May 1    500.00 (total paid $1300)
June 1    300.00 (total paid $1600)
July 1    200.00 (total paid $1800) Final Payment

This will include all airfare, hotel, boat dives, tanks, weights and taxes. It does contain some fees for regulator rental. We will not know that exact cost until we see exact numbers of divers and equipment available in Cozumel.
 

Also not included is the cost of a passport. FYI, if you don't have this, it is advisable to apply very soon. There is additional cost for expedited service.
 It also does not include costs for mask, fins and snorkel.

Bag fees – 1st bag free. 2nd bag is $40.



SAN ISABEL SUMMER CAMP PAYMENT SCHEDULE
March 12: $100.00
April 9: $150.00 ($250 paid to date)
May 14: $75.00 ($325.00 paid to date) FINAL PAYMENT


ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH ADVENTURE BASE PAYMENT SCHEDULE
March 12: $200.00
April 9: $150.00 ($350.00 paid to date)
May 14: $100.00 ($450.00 paid to date) FINAL PAYMENT