Summer Camp at Camp Rodney
JUNE 26 – JULY 2, 2016
Rodney Scout Reservation is located on over 900 acres of rolling upland woodlands at the head of the Chesapeake Bay and boasts over a mile of prime bay frontage. Rodney is located in Cecil County Maryland, only a short drive from I-95 and MD RT-40 in the town of North East. This great location provides easy access from Northern Virginia.
*FEES: -**Early Bird Special -Before January 20th, 2016 – $450.00 (SAVE $50.00) – After January 20th, 2016 – $500.00
When: December 11-12, 2015
Where: Great Falls, VA
Time: Arrive at the St. Francis at 6:30 pm on Friday, December 11 after dinner or bring a bag dinner.
Departure is on Saturday, December 12, at conclusion of the Cooking Competition cleanup and all Patrol gear is put away. Parents are invited to join the scouts to taste their cooking competition meals at 5:00 pm on Saturday, Dec12.
Register by December 7th to avoid LATE FEES! To REGISTER AND LEARN MORE CLICK HERE
What a great outing this weekend to White oak Canyon and Rose River Farm – Nov. 14th and 15th, 2015! Thanks very much to the Dear family for graciously hosting our troop at Rose River Farm!
Some pictures have already been posted by Mr. Merrill, and I know more are to come. All you need is a free shutterfly account to view them. Please check back in a few days for even more pics!!
Pictures can be seen at
There’s also a 5 minute video, check it out to see what it was like, and how much fun the scouts had!!
“A Scout is Reverent” All Scouts show this by being faithful in their duty to God. Some go further to study and qualify for a religious emblem.
Wednesday, November 4, 2015, 6:30 before troop meeting Library, St. Francis Church
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Dolly Sods Adventure
James Y. – Scorpions
On a Saturday morning, we left at about 8:00 AM for a three hour drive to Dolly Sods. When we arrived, each patrol was split up. Not only was this a hiking trip, but also, each patrol would by itself instead of camping as a troop.
The Scorpions had only three real members, and the highest rank first class. With two adult leaders and the SPL hiking with us, we started at the Blackbird Knob trail. The more we hiked, the more tired we became.