Here is the Permission Slips (notice there are two attachments) for the Surfing/Beach Trip. The Troop has a tent group camping site at Emma Woods State Beach. The beach also features the crumbling ruins of a World War II coastal artillery site.
DATE: August 21-23, 2015
INCLUDES: Saturday Breakfast, Sunday Breakfast, Surfing lessons, campsite & gas.
Does not include: Sack Lunch on Saturday and $10 directly to your scout for dinner, we will be going into town for dinner.
****PLEASE NOTE: We are limited to space, both for surfing and the campsite. It will be a first come, first sign up. Both permission slips filled out plus money, will ensure a spot on the list. Permission slips will be due by August 17, if there are any spots left.
Scouts that are not interested in surfing, will be added, if there are any open spots left.
Families are welcomed to come up and spend the day watching the surfing at Mondo Beach.
Parents / Scouts should understand we are at the beach and being in the ocean surfing / body boarding / swimming etc. does have its’ dangers and that scouts will need to use their scout knowledge of swimming safety / rip tides / first aid and general behavior on the beach. Scouts should be good swimmers and not afraid to tumble in the water a time or two. Mondos beach is known for being the perfect beach for learning to surf and is usually pretty mild in its’ water conditions but it is the ocean and things can happen. The idea is to introduce scouts to the sport of surfing while using their scouting skills and have great weekend at the beach
Assistant Scoutmaster Sean Monahan will be the coordinator on this trip. Please direct any questions to him.
SurfingBeach Trip 2015
Backpacking June 2015
We will traveling to Inyo National Forest, and backpack into Little Lakes Valley above Rock Creek Lake. Hike is about 4 miles one way. Tents, water filters & stoves will be provided by the troop. Scouts will be placed in a “food group” to cover the dinners & breakfasts. Lunches are on your own. Scouts will need the proper equipment, boots, proper sleeping bag, sunscreen, two quarts of water, sunglasses, mosquito repellent, warm clothing for the evening, and additional required backpacking gear. Scouts MUST be in relatively good shape and be able to handle altitudes over 10,000 feet. Those wishing to fish in the lakes, must bring proper gear, and have the proper fishing license if required.
If this is the scout’s first backpack with the troop, pack & equipment will need to be approved prior to departure. Please see or call Mr. Terpening.
Uniform will be class B. Cost: $20.00 per person. Does not include food. Transportation fee maybe an additional amount requested.
The troop will be departing on Friday, May 1 to Camp Three Falls for the annual Bill Hart Camporee. Patrols will be competing all day Saturday. In the evening Saturday, there is an awards ceremony, campout and OA tap out. Please have your uniform up-to-date.
Lunch on Saturday is on your own. Can be purchased from OA, or sack lunch. Please eat dinner prior to departing on Friday.
Please print off this permission slip Camporee 2015
Scouts will also need this Camporee Permission Slip Youth 2015
The annual Black Arrow troop competition will be taking place on April 17th thru April 19th, at Castaic Lake County Park, located at Castaic Lake. We will be departing on Friday for the Overlook Group Camp at Castaic lake.. Saturday will be the event day for the various skill events the Scouts will be competing in. There will be the awards campfire Saturday evening and families are invited to attend. Each patrol will be responsible for Saturday breakfast, lunch & dinner, and Sunday breakfast. There will be additional cost for food as per each patrol. ALL PATROL, OR FOOD GROUP COSTS, ARE PAID FOR FROM PATROL DUES, AND MUST BE APPROVED PRIOR TO DEPARE, UNLESS PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE AND APPROVED. Dessert, Saturday night, will be provided by the troop.
It will be cool at night & warm during the day. So bring appropriate clothing & gear. Sunscreen is advisable.
DRESS IS CLASS A on Friday departure & Sunday returning.
Here is the permission slip:
Black Arrow 2015
The troop will be departing for a weekend of camping in Yosemite National Park. We will camp for two nights in the valley. The scouts will be able to take in Yosemite in the winter, and will have the opportunity to ski at Badger Pass, hike in the valley, or just tour the valley during the day. Cost includes camping and breakfast for two mornings. Lunch will be on our own as well as dinner for two evenings. Scouts will need to bring cold weather gear, and be responsible for any additional ski gear they need. There are ski rentals and a ski school at Badger Pass. Class A to & fro. There are showers in the valley. Need some funds for extras, like lunch on the drive home, snacks and any souvenirs.
Yosemite Trip 2015
OVERNIGHT ON THE BATTLE SHIP
ATTENTION ON DECK!
TROOP #58 will be deploying to an overnight experience aboard the USS Iowa, Battleship.
Date: February 21-22, 2015
Cost: $90.00 per person
While aboard the Battleship IOWA, crew men will learn the daily routine of the US Navy sailors. Including standing watch and eating in the mess decks. You’ll visit the “Zoo” on the fo’c’sle, learn about signaling from the signal bridge and explore the basic of navy gunnery. Crew men will also use the Night Watch Checklist to track their “hunt” for unique and interested shipboard features and equipment.
Included in the Program:
- Overnight accommodations aboard Battleship IOWA, sleeping in a berth in the enlisted crew quarters
- Inside information on the battleship’s history including her life at sea, and the wars she fought in.
- Participate in full schedule of tours and activities which promote learning in a fun and exciting environment aboard the Battle Iowa
- Enjoy dinner and breakfast in the Enlisted Mess Desks
BREAK DOWN OF PAYMENTS:
To reserve you spot, a $50.00 (per person) non-refundable deposit is due by December 8, 2014
Remainder $40. (per person) will be due January 12, 2015
or you can pay in full!
***Permission slips will come later for you to sign
**All payments are non-refundable, if you put in the deposit, you are obligated to pay the full amount of $90. Reservations will be made on accordance to deposit. Troop #58 is placing money down to hold your scout’s spot, Troop #58 will not get the money returned, if you do not attend. Spaces are limited, once the spaces are full, there will be a waiting list made. Checks are acceptable. Payable to Troop #58
Enclosed is a tear off, please submit it with your payment.
You must submit a deposit to be added to the list, and to hold a spot for your scout.
We will be departing on Friday for Calico Ghost Town. Will spend Saturday morning hiking through the canyons & touring the old mines in the area. In the afternoon, we will be visiting the ghost town of Calico. Scouts should bring layering clothes, sunscreen, water bottles, hats, two flashlights, and very sturdy hiking shoes, books and essential gear to compete with. Patrols will be cooking Saturday breakfast, dinner, and Sunday morning breakfast. Saturday lunch is on a individual basis. Scouts need to bring extra spending money for town. Scouts need to eat prior to departing on Friday.
ALL MONIES FOR PATROL FOOD, WILL COME OUT OF PATROL FUNDS. Uniform is class B coming & going.
Here is the full permission slip.
Details: UNIFORM WILL BE CLASS A GOING AND RETURNING & CLASS B FOR SATURDAY.
We will be departing on Friday to Saddleback Butte campground for a weekend of camping and patrol competitions. Patrols will be competing by building & lashing together structures. In the evening, patrols will be competing in a cooking competition. Both events will be judged for awards. The troop will also be inviting several webelos groups to join us at this campout to observe the troop in action. Patrol food cost will come out of patrol dues. Lunch on Saturday is on your own. Please eat dinner prior to departing on Friday. Bring warm gear for the evening.
We will be doing a flag retirement ceremony in the evening.
Catapult-Cooking Nov. 2014
Fishing Trip 2014
DATES: October 17-19, 2014
COST: $30.00 per person
MEALS: Saturday’s breakfast, dinner and Sunday’s breakfast are included.
Saturday’s Lunch: Sack lunch
Sunday’s lunch: money to stop of the ride home.
PERMISSION SLIP AND MONEY is due October 13, 2014
****Anyone over the age of 16 will need a fishing license, prior to leaving on the trip. https://www.ca.wildlifelicense.com/InternetSales/
Scouts that are working on one of the Fishing Merit Badges, need to contact the counselor and get a blue card signed, prior to leaving on the trip.
Troop 58 will be departing Friday for a weekend of camping & fishing, up Hwy 395 to the town of Big Pine.
Please have your scout arrive on time and has eaten dinner. We will be camping at Baker Creek Campground just north of Big Pine. Scouts will need to bring their own fishing gear, Anyone over the age of 16 will need a fishing license. Scouts should also bring cool weather gear, sack lunch for Saturday, and water to drink. Saturday breakfast, dinner, and Sunday breakfast are included in the cost and will be group meals. The troop will be stopping on the way home for lunch on Sunday, please provide your scout with lunch money for the return trip. If your scout is going for the Fishing Merit Badge please have them contact the merit badge counselor prior to this trip. Uniform is Class A coming & going. Class B on Saturday. Cost is $30.00 per person. Again this includes Saturday breakfast & dinner, Sunday breakfast, and gas. Saturday lunch is on your own with a sack lunch. Sunday lunch will be on the road $ is needed.
NOVEMBER 14-16, 2014
Saddleback Butte State Park
$10.00 per person does not include food.
Food: Friday Night’s dinner & Saturday’s lunch not included.
(Saturday’s breakfast and dinner will incur a separate charge).
Scouts will have an opportunity to be in a Boy Scout patrol and experience a working Boy Scout troop. Patrols will work together to build large water balloon launching catapults. The idea is to see which patrol can launch balloons the farthest. Catapults are assembled using Boy Scout knots, lashings and wooden salves—all important scouting skills.
In the afternoon, Patrols will work on the Cooking Merit Badge by preparing their own dinner. Saturday evening (weather permitting) we will honor flags by retiring them respectfully in a Flag Retirement Ceremony (scouts need to be in Class A).
Webelos will be given the opportunity to earn the Outdoorsman Badge required for Arrow of Light. Check with a den leader to get it signed off, and make sure everything is done correctly.
*Webelos will need proper leadership; this is not a drop-off. Please bring tents, sleeping bags and all items needed for a camping weekend. Dressing in layers, works best! Plenty of water is a must!
Here is the flyer with more information:
WEBELOS OVERNIGHT November 2014