Monthly Archives: February 2016
Here is your chance to visit the BSA’s newest high adventure base-the Summit Bechtel Reserve! See the entire facility by van transportation and participate in some of the activities in the Summit Center.
Friday June 3, 2016
Leave by bus and travel to the Glade Springs Resort
Saturday June 4, 2016
Spend the day at the Summit with activities and evening show
Sunday June 5, 2016
Includes rooms, meals, activities, transportation
$575 for single occupancy room
$425 for double occupancy room
(you must find your own roommate)
All participants will have a two night stay at the Glade Springs Resort in Daniels, West Virginia:
• Meals will include: Friday night dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch at the Bechtel Summit, dinner at Glade Springs, Sunday breakfast.
• Children are eligible to come with an adult. Must be at least 12 years of age to participate in the Summit activities.
• We will be joining a special program on Saturday which will be for our veterans. Saturday evening we will attend the Salute to America evening show.
• To reserve your spot, a non-refundable deposit of $100 per person is due with this application. Balance is due by May 1, 2016
• An information meeting will be held on Sunday, April 24, 2016 from 1:00 pm-3:00 pm at the council service center, 1 Saddle Road, Cedar Knolls.
Check out the flyer and registration form.
Join the fun at the annual Camp COLEY FUN DAY Open House where we will be celebrating the OLYMPICS!! Meet Camp COLEY staff, leaders and CITs (counselors in training) and en joy a great day of food and fun. Fun Day is open to all boys and girls grades 3 – 12, and their parents. Registration forms are on the website www.campcoley.com.
$5 cost includes
- Camp Games
- BBQ Dinner
- Parent Session
- Evening Campfire with S’mores!
Camp COLEY is a weeklong overnight camp open to girls and boys entering grades 3-12. The camp offers a fully supervised day and night program. Age appropriate activities include swimming, boating, first aid, ecology, outdoor skills, hiking, crafts, rock climbing, all-terrain vehicles, shooting sports, COPE, sports, games, songs, campfires and a Thursday night dance with a DJ.
Our council is seeking a Program Specialist to deliver meetings to inner-city, at risk and/or special needs youth in our Scout Reach program. While most meetings will be after school, there is a need during March 21-24 to provide meetings from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm for grades 1-5. These meetings will be based on the Cub Scout handbook.
Age 21 and over preferred but trained and recommended young adults may be considered. This position may be paid or volunteer. For more info, contact Al Thomas, 973-765-9322 x229, firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2016 the Patriots’ Path will be the home of several new Competitive Rocketry Explorer Posts/Clubs. Each post may only have six youth members. The youth will participate in a national competition with other high school/middle school aged youth. The posts are forming now to begin planning for program in early May. Activities will begin as soon as each post registers. Each team will design and build their own rocket. Several criteria based on times and distances must be met to qualify for the finals to be held next March in Virginia. Official qualifying flights will be documented by a TARC representative.
Register here. http://ppbsa.doubleknot.com/event/1872026
Attention Boy Scout and Explorer Leaders !
One Last Opportunity to attend a 2016 Klondike Derby
Part time administrative assistant position immediate opening. Job includes data entry, report preparation, mailings and other office work. Must be organized and able to work independently. A familiarity with Word and Excel is required. Sedentary work 80% of the time and moderate physical activity 20% of the time (must be able to lift 25 pounds). Excellent customer service skills required.
20 hours per week, 4 or 5 days per week, Monday through Friday between 9 am and 5 pm. Please send a letter with your qualifications to Beth Miller-Porter at email@example.com.
Have you ever been in need of renting a space for your company or organization? Only to find out that it will cost you an arm and a leg? As part of the strategic plan, the Patriots’ Path Council is leveraging their facilities so a greater impact can be made on the Scouting program. At the Cedar Knolls service center, we have up to four different professional meeting spaces available (all included audio visual equipment ready to be used) for a suggested contribution that will be used for the Scouting program in Patriots’ Path. For more details go to our website: https://ppcbsa.org/give/meetingspace or contact George Hemenetz 973.765.9322 x235, firstname.lastname@example.org