Troop 168

Troop 168 is sponsored by Saint Patrick Parish, Carlisle, PA.

T168 plans to head to Rodney Scout Reservation 

in North East, MD, June 20-26, 2021.

 

Scouts, take the time to read through several items:   

          

2021 Program Schedule    (02/02/2021)

2021 Merit Badges & Prereqs    (02/02/2021)

2021 Leaders' Guide   (02/02/2021)   

 (Two of T168's Eagles are pictured in the 2021 Leaders' Guide!  

Sam Wetzel is on page 2; Matt Keating is on page 11.

 2021 Brownsea Letter    (02/02/2021)



A comprehensive RSR Information page is linked.


Camp Rodney

                   Camp Website

                   Weather

                   Directions 

                   Camp Map  

                   Suggested Packing List

                      

Our Schedule


Sunday, June 20, 2021


  • Arrive at the pole barn at 9:00 AM to begin packing Troop trailer and vehicles.  
  • Plan to depart for RSR at 10:00 AM.
  • Pack a lunch.  First meal will be dinner.
  • Wear Troop T-shirt for trip.
  • Pack Class A uniform on a hanger on top of your gear.  (Will need Sunday PM.)



Saturday, June 26, 2021


  • We will depart RSR after our Troop clears morning inspection.
  • We anticipate our return to the pole barn on/about 12:00 PM. 
     Scouts without a cell phone will be able to borrow one to call their           .   parents/guardians when we are thirty or so minutes from Carlisle.
  • No one leaves until the Troop trailer is unloaded.


Don't Forget!  current physician-completed Annual Health and Medical Record is required!

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Older Scouts will select which merit badge classes they wish to take.

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First-year Scouts will take RSR's acclaimed Brownsea Program(02/02/2021)


Brownsea Program HINT:  a soccer/sport drawstring backpack works well for carrying your towel and water bottle!

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Wish to send something to your camper?  


Address it to:


Scout’s Name, T168, Minsi Campsite

Rodney Scout Reservation

400 Rodney Scout Road

North East, MD 21901

 

Due to mail/delivery delays, consider sending several days BEFORE their week of camp begins.


Alternatively, you can give personal letters to your adult leaders that are dated for when your Scout should receive it. This prevents the risk of letters not arriving in time to reach your Scouts.

Suggestion:  Invest in a plastic footlocker!  They're great for packing a week's worth of camp items.