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    Spring Camporee Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Saturday, April 27 2013 @ 05:40 PM UTC

    Troop News
    Gravois District
    Spring Camporee
    Beaumont Reservation
    April 19-21, 2013

    10 scouts and 6 adults from Troop 161 attended the District Spring Camporee. 8 scouts participated in the Events joining together as the MRV (Menacing-River-Viking) patrol.
    The Events, based on the computer game Minecraft, were Fire Building, Griftball, The Walls (4-way capture the flag), Capture the Tower (2-way capture the flag), and Shelter Building. Our super patrol MRVs dominated in all the competition and received “HONOR” on behalf of Troop 161. Congratulations to our Scouts! Thanks to all that participated in the events. Thanks to all our adults that attended. Thanks to Mr. Hoffmann and Mr. Strebler for towing our trailer. (Click on “Read More” below for more photos and text.)

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    Kyle's Eagle Scout Project Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Sunday, April 21 2013 @ 10:31 PM UTC

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    Kyle's Eagle Scout Project
    St. Simon the Apostle
    April 21, 2013


    With funding from St. Simon Holy Name Society, Kyle replaced all the wood and hardware on 6 picnic tables under the church pavilion. Later in the fall he applied a sealer to the wood surfaces. Lowes agreed to sell Kyle the necessary supplies at their cost which was $342. There were 15 youth and adults who assisted with the project that day for a number of 41 hours. Kyle and his parents spent an additional 29 hours for a total of 70 project hours. Thanks to St. Simon Holy Name Society, Lowes, the scouts, leaders and parents who helped with the project and a special thanks to Mr. Strebler for being the project advisor, providing assistance and the necessary power tools.

    Click on "Read More" below to see more photos of Kyle's Eagle Project.

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    Fort Leonard Wood Campout Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Wednesday, April 10 2013 @ 12:58 AM UTC

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    Fort Leonard Wood Campout
    Pulaski County
    April 5-7, 2013

    Stone Mill Spring rises in a pool typical of Ozark springs. Stone Mill is a second magnitude spring, the largest in the Big Piney watershed, having an average flow of 29 cubic feet per second. The spring water carries dissolved limestone which disperses the shorter (blue) wavelengths of light giving the water a blue tint.


    Fort Leonard Wood (FLW) is an army training installation located in the Missouri Ozarks near St. Robert, covering approximately 63,000 acres, surrounded for the most part by Mark Twain National Forest.

    For different reasons we got a late start leaving on Friday afternoon for FLW. After the 2+ hour drive we arrived at FLW near dusk. We followed the directions we were given from the main gate to the camping area. This brought us to a deserted field adjacent to the Big Piney River not unlike other primitive camp sites one would expect to find in the adjoining areas of Mark Twain National Forest. We set up camp here as the last glimmer of daylight faded. The boys built a small campfire. The night was clear and peaceful with a low temperature of about 48. Saturday was clear but windy with high temps in the 70s. (Click on “Read More” below to view more photos and text.)

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    Discovery Camp 2013 Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Monday, March 25 2013 @ 02:22 AM UTC

    Troop News
    Discovery Campout
    Beaumont Reservation
    March 22-24, 2013

    22 scouts and 14 adults attended all or part of this year’s Discovery Camp. Weekend temperatures ranged from near freezing overnight to low 50s Saturday afternoon. Rain began Saturday evening and continued overnight changing to sleet and snow Sunday morning. Overall the weekend was terrific! New scouts participated using the patrol method preparing meals and cleaning up afterwards. They participated in camp setup, fire building, and flag ceremonies. They also learned safe knife, saw, ax use and sharpening skills. Congratulations to our new scouts for successfully completing their first troop campout. Congratulations to our new patrol leaders and assistance patrol leaders in the stellar job they did guiding their patrols this weekend.

    Thanks to all our adults that participated this weekend.
    Thanks to Mr. John DiMercurio and Mr. Jim Hoffmann for providing the Lenten fish fry.

    Thanks to Mr. Phil Moleski for providing the tenderloin beef tips for Saturday night’s dinner.

    Thanks to the Strebler family for providing the trailering, various troop supplies, and the dutch oven cobbler fixin’s.

    (Click on “Read More” below for more photos and text.)

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    Blue and Gold Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Thursday, February 28 2013 @ 02:06 AM UTC

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    Blue and Gold
    St. Simon's Lower Church Hall
    February 24, 2013

    8 Webelos 2 Scouts crossed over to Boy Scouts at Pack 161's Blue & Gold banquet.

    Congratulations to Nate B., Will D., Jonathon F., Luke G., Bruno G., Daniel Q., Spencer S., and Nicholas W. our newest members of Troop 161.

    Scouts recite the Scout Oath.

    (Click on "Read More" below to view more photos.)

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    Cabin Campout Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Friday, February 15 2013 @ 01:48 AM UTC

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    Camp MacClosson
    Lonedell, Mo
    February 8-10, 2013

    15 Boy Scouts, 6 Webelo scouts, and 10 adults attended this year's cabin camp at Camp MacClosson. Saturday's weather was partly sunny with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. Scouts spent time playing games indoors and doing outdoor activities such as hiking, orienteering, lashing and fire building. Most of the scouts hiked the 3/4 mile to the junkyard which they always enjoy. Thanks to all the Adults that attended. Thanks to the Strebler Family for food shopping, trailer hauling and providing the firewood. (Click on "Read More" below to view more photos and text.)

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    Lock-In Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Tuesday, January 22 2013 @ 03:05 AM UTC

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    Troop Lock-In
    St. Simon's Gym
    January 19-20, 2013

    Everyone had a great time at the lock-in playing games and having pizza and snacks. Thanks to the Holy Name Society for providing the soft drinks. Thanks to our adult leaders for their overnight participation. Thanks to Amy for coordinating the food order. Thanks to the webelos 2 patrol for joining the fun. 16 boy scouts, 7 webelos and 6 adult leaders attended the event.

    Click on "Read More" below for photos of the lock-in.

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    New Year's Day Hike Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Friday, January 04 2013 @ 01:57 AM UTC

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    Glassberg Conservation Area
    Jefferson County
    January 1, 2013

    The New Year's Day Hike was held at the Myron and Sonya Glassberg Family Conservation Area in Northwest Jefferson County. This conservation area is new and has just recently become open to the public. The weather was cold with temperatures in the 20s and light snow on the ground, but typical for this time of year. We hiked about 2 miles from the trailhead at the parking lot to the bluff above the Meramec River and back. The trail gains about 250 feet of vertical elevation from the parking lot in the Labarque Creek valley to the ridge above the Meramec River. From the overlook we saw herds of deer in the fields across the river. Click on "Read More" below to view more photos of the hike.

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    December Campout at Beaumont Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Thursday, December 13 2012 @ 01:39 AM UTC

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    Beaumont Reservation
    Lane Campground
    High Ridge MO
    December 7-9, 2012

    9 scouts and 7 adults camped at Beaumont Reservation over the weekend of December 7-9. The weather was mostly cloudy, wet at times with temps in the 40s and 50s, but not too bad for this time of year. During our check-in, the camp ranger told us that there was a surplus of fire wood available and encouraged its use. Therefore a comfortable campfire burned throughout the weekend. (Click on "Read More" below for more photos and text.)

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    Scouting for Food 2012 Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version  
    Sunday, November 18 2012 @ 05:18 PM UTC

    Troop News
    November 17, 2012
    Mehlville Firehouse #5
    Green Park, Mo

    15 scouts and 10 adults from Troop 161 assisted in packing 1,400+ boxes of donated food this year at the Mehlville Firehouse #5. More than 30,000 Scouts from throughout eastern Missouri and southern Illinois collected approximately 2 million cans of food at the 28th annual Scouting for Food Good Turn. The food will supply more than 500 pantries throughout our region with a three-month supply of non-perishable items. Thanks to all who donated food this year for those less fortunate. Thanks to all our scouts who participated and thanks to our adults John DiMercurio, Jim Hoffmann, Andy Sandroni, Don Schnurbusch, Marc Menteer, Matt Menteer, Darran and Karen Strebler, and Larry and Amy Cain. (Click on "Read More" below for more photos.)

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