Aviation Camp at Ten Mile River


Want to Fly? Thinking about being a pilot? A sky marshal? An airport first responder? Learn about careers in aviation and become a “Young Eagle” with your first 10-minute flight in a single engine plane (weather permitting). You’ll also enjoy the waterfront, learn about the aerodynamics of sailing, experience team building challenges, and work on the requirements for the Aviation Merit Badge. Sign up for Ten Mile River Scout Camps’ Aviation Specialty Camp! Learn navigation, rocketry, and the science of flight. Tour behind the scenes at Sullivan County and Stewart Airports. This is a COED program open to Venturers and others 14-17 years of age who are interested in Aviation.


Program Details
Who: Registered Venturers and others 14-17 years of age who are interested in aviation. This will be a COED program.
When: Week 4, July 29 – August 4, 2012
Where: Camp Keowa
How Much: $380 per week. Early Bird: $350.
See the Camp Fees page for full details


Download a copy of the Aviation Camp Registration Form 
Download a copy of the Aviation Camp Informational Flyer

Camping Trip to Ten Mile River – Saturday, February 18,2012 – Monday, February 20,2012


Place: Ten Mile River Scout Camp

Date: Saturday, February 18th – Monday , February 20th

Meet at OLA on Saturday Morning at 8 am

We will return on Monday about 1 pm

Cost: $35 & Scouts should bring a bag lunch.

Return your permission slip at the troop meeting on February 13th Troop Meeting.

For more info contact Tom Kramer – Scoutmaster.

Eagle Scout College Scholarship Available

There is a College Scholarship available to Scouts who have obtained the rank of Eagle Scout and are high school seniors/college freshmen can apply for this generous scholarship program. It is sponsored by the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR).

The deadline for this year is January 15th, less than a week from today. Below is the link to the SAR Eagle Scout Scholarship website, with all additional forms you’ll need to apply.

Sons of the American Revolution Eagle Scout Scholarship

New 2012 Eagle Scout Work book

As of January 1,2012, the National Office of the Boy Scouts will require all Eagle Service Projects to be written up in the new Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook.

It can be found here.

The new workbook will now feature specific categories about the proposed project such as leadership, materials, supplies, tools, costs, logistics, safety issues and many more. After January 1, 2012 only the new workbook will be accepted.

Wreath Sales

This weekend was the troops annual wreath selling fundraiser, and we successfully sold about half of our stock. But we are not done yet, next Sunday we will continue selling, all available scouts should be at the school by 8:30. Also at 2:30 that same day we will be assisting the church with there toy donation drive. If you have any questions please contact Mr. Kramer.