Troop 11 is located in the University City area of San Diego. We meet most Tuesdays at 7:00 PM at the First Baptist Church of San Diego, located at 5055 Governor Dr.
We will visit the Marine Corps Museum on Saturday, Dec. 6. The museum opens at 8 am. I propose arriving at 9 am. Let me know it that is acceptable to the 3 scouts in the merit badge class.
If any other scouts would like to join us, we would be glad to have them. Mike, Laura, or Mary, would you mind announcing this opportunity at tonight's meeting? I am not able to attend. Thanks!
If you are joining us, I encourage you to review the information on the web site for directions. The museum is located off I-5 and Washington Street near Old Town.
Dec 6 2014 9:00am – 11:00am
When: Saturday, December 13th, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM to 11 AM
What you’ll be doing:
Placing ceremonial Holiday wreaths sponsored by various businesses, groups and individuals on the grave sites of our military veterans at local national cemeteries.
This is a family event and volunteers under the age of 10 should be accompanied by an adult. A
formal ceremony starts at 9:00 AM SHARP, lasts 45 minutes. This follows with laying of the wreaths by everyone.
Dec 13 2014 8:30am – 11:00am
We will be meeting in the Youth Game Room instead of the normal meeting place in the Fellowship Hall. To get to the Youth Game Room, go towards the Fellowship Hall and take the stairs down and follow the walkway around to the left and you will see a set of doors...walk on in and there we are! :-)
Also, the Scouts working on their Oceanography MB will be presenting to the remaining Viking/Shark patrols. If you have questions, please follow up with Max.
Dec 9 2014 7:00pm – 8:30pm
History of Troop 11
By Ryan Luecke, Troop Historian 2001
As the Historian, I visited the Scout Headquarters in January where they let me look in old file cabinets and I found an old troop charter dated 1966. Then, Dr. McCammack (the minister of this church) gave me an audio cassette with the history of Palomar camp. I found that a boy named Albert Long chose the name “Palomar Baptist Camp” for the camp, and he was given a 10-cent candy bar as his reward.
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