I would like to take the time to thank everyone for another successful summer camp. I’d like to think the adult leadership for providing a safe environment for our Scouts. I’d like to thank our Scouts for their feedback on the experiences summer camp provides them and what we could do in the future to improve. Lastly I would like to thank the parents for their tireless effort in helping to provide the best possible program we can for the youth of Troop 106!
Please be at camp by 10:00 AM to pick up your sons. Also be reminded that they can’t leave until our site(s) are clean, as per the Camp’s Site Guide.
The adults leaders will be back and forth to the warehouse storing our gear for next year. And we can’t leave camp until all the boys are picked up.
Please also park your vehicles near the boys site, 3A, which will make it easier for you to load your vehicles. In addition, to not blocking site 3B which the adult leaders use to load our vehicle to take the Troop gear to the warehouse.
Please keep in mind that no one is allowed to store food in their tents. We have the ability to store food if you plan on bringing food to camp.
With that said, the first meal is a Campwide BBQ on Sunday Night! We wont be feeding the Scouts until then. Please either stop and feed them before coming to camp or bring up food for them to eat for lunch.
See everyone on Sunday between 11:00-12:00!
We are exactly two weeks before I head to camp for the start of week 5. There are still some outstanding medicals. I sent emails to to people I don’t have medicals for or who have missing parts to the medicals.
As in the past, if you bring the medical to camp, prior to me checking it, you will have to stay in camp until after medical re-check. I can’t be responsible for missing information on your medical, which could’ve been taken care of previous to attending camp.
If I have your original medical, I will bring it to camp. If you emailed or texted me your medical, please bring the original to camp with you.
Please review the links below for directions to get to camp, especially if you haven’t been to camp before. Also attached is a map of the camp, the boys are staying in site 3A, and contact information for the Camp Aquehonga. Please park near site 3A to drop off your boys. The roads are bad in camp and coming to site 3B is not advised.
Cellphone service is spotty to non-existent in camp. If you need to contact one of the leaders, it would be best to call the camp and they can contact us.
Please drop off your boys on Sunday by 11:00-12:00 and pick them up on Saturday at 10:00. Please remember to leave some time when picking up because no one leaves until the camp is clean and the Senior Patrol Leader and/or Scoutmaster says in OK to leave. The Scoutmaster must be informed that you are leaving. Please remember to be on time when picking up your boys.
Please bring your hard copies of the Summer Camp Medical with you to camp. I will bring the copies you either gave me or sent me.
Aquehonga Camp Map:
Bellow is a link to the suggested checklist of items that your child should bring to camp. If you have any questions, you can reach out to me!
I am proud to announce that Kevin Plut successfully passed his Eagle Board tonight! Congrats Kevin and welcome to the brotherhood of Eagle Scouts!
The final meeting and BBQ will take place on Tuesday, June 25th @ Jackson Social and Field Club. The club is located at 5601 Northern Boulevard, Flushing , NY 11377. The BBQ will begin at 7:00 pm. All Scouts as well as their parents and siblings are invited. The troop will supply the Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Sausages, and Drinks. Scouts and families are asked to bring a side dish or desert to share. Questions, please contact Anthony @ 646-354-0743 or [email protected] Looking forward to seeing everyone on the 25th!