APRIL 27, 2009
Opportunity for Popcorn Extra Profit On Tuesday
The 2nd and only OKC
opportunity is on Tuesday,
April 28th at The Centre,
located at 4325 NW 50th at
7:00 p.m. We are provid-
ing a free dinner and lots Special points of in-
of prizes to be given away. terest:
The 3rd and final opportu-
♦ To get the additional 2%
nity is in Norman on May
4th at 123 N. Interstate profit, you must send a repre-
Drive. Be sure and make sentative to one of the
Caption describing plans to attend at least one “Popcorn University” events.
picture or graphic. of these “Popcorn Univer-
sity” events. ♦ The only OKC opportunity is
Tuesday, April 28th at 7:00
In order to qualify for the
extra 2% profit, you must
In order to help you have There are 3 opportunities send at least 1 represen-
♦ Dinner is provided and lots
an even better popcorn sale to attend and earn your tative from your Pack or
of prizes will be given away to
than in previous years, we extra 2% profit. Troop to one of these
are having a “Popcorn three events.
The first kick-off is in
University” kick-off start-
Lawton on Monday, April ♦ Call Ruth Williams at 840-
ing this week!
27th. 1114 to make your reserva-
Pack & Family Camping at Camp Kickapoo Inside this issue:
The LFC Council has pre- crafts, and much more .
pared a great program for
Friday evening campfire Golf Tournament 2
those Packs and Families
and Saturday morning
who want to have a fun
breakfast provided for
weekend at camp Kicka- Unit Web Sites 2
Friday night campers.
Program areas are open all
There are two dates with 4 Family F.O.S. 2
day Saturday. Eat lunch
with your Pack.
May 8-9 Wood Badge 3
Saturday dinner and camp-
May 9-10 fire provided for Saturday
night campers. 2010 Scout Calendar 3
Please remember each par-
ticipant must bring a health
Always a highlight with
F.O.S. Update 3
Stay 1 night or 2. form with parts A & C
the Cub Scouts, is the
completed. One night is
Enjoy campfire shows, climbing tower at Camp Upcoming Events 4
$10, Two nights, $20.
shooting shorts, games, Kickapoo.
Timeless Values Golf Classic on May 11th
Scenic Quail Creek Golf Club makes a positive influence in
The proceeds of this fund-
raising event, sponsored by The cost is $150 per individual
QuadGraphics, go to fund the or $600 per team. If you wish to
Scouting programs like Soccer be a hole sponsor, the fee is
and Scouting and our After- $1,000, which also includes a
school programs. team in the tournament.
We currently serve about 1,800 It will be held at Quail Creek
“at risk” boys who benefit from Country Club, on May 11th with
registration assistance and pro- a 12:00 p.m. shotgun start.
grams like day camp.
You may register online at the
In Scouting, we feel like “every LFC website.
boy should have the opportunity
to be a scout “
Today’s Scouts The proceeds from this fun
event gives them a chance to
are accustom to change their life viewpoint and
Baden-Powell Pack & Troop Websites
Last week I requested Troops Troop 168: Cub Pack 163:
the World Wide and Packs send me their website www.troop168.net www.eteamz.com/pack163/
addresses so we could publish Troop 193: Cub Pack 256:
Web thru their them in the Weekly Update. www.orgsites.com/ok/troop193/ www.st-john.k12.ok.us/school/
own Troop web Here are a few that I received: Troop 569:
www.bsatroop569.org Cub Pack 523:
sites and on www.t4okc.org
Venture Crew 168:
Facebook. Troop 15:
www.troop15yea.com Cub Pack 129: Now, what units are on
Troop 111: load=page&page=199
Still Need Dates for Friends of Scouting From These Units
We have scheduled presentations Pack 533 Give us a call at 209-8685 and
for Friends of Scouting with 40 schedule your presentation now.
of our 50 Packs and Troops.
We have 10 units left who
need to give us an FOS date Troop 114
that we can make our short 5
Wood Badge Scholarship To Be Awarded May 14th
A $175 Wood Badge Scholarship There’s much more to Wood
is going to be given away at the Badge, but I won’t spoil your
end of the May Roundtable held fun by giving everything away
on the 2nd Thursday at Cove- right now.
nant Presbyterian Church at 7:00
All I can say as a participant of
SR-756, is that it may be the best
However, you need to be there gift you every gave yourself and
to win. you’ll make friends that will last.
Wood Badge is the most up because besides learning it’s
advanced training available to FUN!
Scout leaders. It is Scouting’s
Lord Baden-Powell called Scout-
premier training course.
ing “fun with a purpose.” This
Wood Badge is the embodiment is your opportunity to “be a Boy
of the Scout Spirit! Scout” for two 3 day weekends.
Even if you don’t win the By doing, you will learn the The purpose of
scholarship, you’ll want to sign patrol method of Scouting.
2010 Scout Calendar Completed district and
The District Committee met Currently, we have 104 events We will try to distribute the cal- council
during the Webelos Woods planned in our district. Some of endars by the May Roundtable
event last Saturday and formu- these are regular monthly meet- and of course, we will send an e- calendar early
lated the 2009-2010 calendar for ing such as the Roundtable. mail to Cubmasters, Scoutmas-
the Baden-Powell District. However, we have already ters, Committee Chairman and is so your Pack
scheduled our Webelos Woods, other District leaders.
This calendar will be distributed or Troop can
Twilight Camp, Camporee, Cen-
as soon as we proof it and add a
tennial Camporee, and many plan to attend
few events that the LFC is orga-
other items that Scouts enjoy
year-round. these events!
Friends of Scouting Update — Baden–Powell District
We made some progress last ask that each Trailblazer call on
week moving forward to 5 people who gave in 2008, but
$63,782. This is largely because hasn’t yet been contacted in
of historical donors being tele- 2009.
phoned and continuing their
We still have about 500 cards to
strong support for Scouting.
work, so we’ll need 100 volun- <—$63,782
This week all of our Packs and teers to step forth. This is some- Or 45.6%
Troops chartered by the L.D.S. thing you can do for Scouting
will be reporting their pledges. which will only take about an
hour of your time, It is person-
This should move us up signifi-
ally very rewarding to raise
cantly if they report the same as
money for an organization such
what they did in 2008.
as Scouting because we all know
We still need people to help how it benefits our boys and
contact historical donors. We their families.
District Calendar of Events
B-P District Committee April
District Chairman, 20 — Spring Tiger Cub Hunt Begins
Jim Aikman 833-8893
23 — District Commissioners Meeting.
Jim McMinn 721-6132 28 — Trail’s End Popcorn Meeting for 2% extra profit.
Stacey Goodwin 755-7581
1 — Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills Training
Randy Burghart 286-0635 1 — Webelos Leaders Outdoor Training
Advancement, 2 — Wilderness 1st Aid Training
Steven Hilovsky 728-2374
8-9 — Pack and Family Camping at Camp Kickapoo
9-10 — Pack and Family Camping at Camp Kickapoo
Malcolm Hall 787-3030
11 — Timeless Values Golf Tournament at Quail Creek
Mike Veasey 943-4976 14 — District Committee Mtg
Order of the Arrow, 14 — District Roundtable
Cindy Rogers 818-7114
15-16 — Pack and Family Camping at Camp Kickapoo
David Stone 751-6717 16-17 — Pack and Family Camping at Camp Kickapoo
Twilight Camp, 25 — Memorial Day
Cindy Rogers 818-7114
28 — District Commissioners Meeting.
Activities & Civic Service,
Vacant 28 — A.C.E. Training (for anyone planning activities for your Pack or Troop)
Eagle Boards, June
Tom Portman 603-3273
1-5 — Twilight Day Camp
Gary Goodner 209-8685 11 — District Committee Meeting
11 — District Roundtable
9 — District Committee Meeting
9 — District Roundtable
19-24 — National Youth Leadership Training
8 — The Trainer’s Edge Training
13 — District Committee Meeting
13 — District Roundtable
21-23 — Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills Training
21-23 — Webelos Leaders Outdoor Training
27 — A.C.E. Training
28-31 — Wood Badge Course We’re on the Web at