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Scouting Thought of the Week

Posted on Jul 4 2017 - 10:23pm

  "Sir Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the world Boy Scouting movement, began a chapter on “Service to Others” with these words. This is the heart of the third point of the Scout Law -- “Helpful.”     Service has been a cornerstone of Scouting since the beginning, as embodied in the portion of the Scout Oath that states, “...To help other people at all times;...”, the Scout Law, “Be Prepared”, and the Scout Slogan, “Do a Good Turn Daily”. These three ideals work together in that we promise to help in the Oath, we learn how to help by being prepared, and we help because we care about people by doing a good turn. Indeed, Boy Scouting came to America because of a good turn. A nameless scout helped a U. S. businessman, William Boyce, find his hotel on a foggy night in London.   Boyce was curious when the boy would not take money for his good turn, so he learned more about the Scouting movement as a result, and helped start it in America."

Yorba Linda City Council - Presentation of the Colors reschedule

Posted on Jul 4 2017 - 10:21pm

The Yorba Linda City Council has delayed their meeting and has asked for Troop 99 to present the colors at their July 18th Yorba Linda City Council Meeting.    Looking for 4-6 Scouts for Color Guard at the beginning of the meeting.   Scouts are invited to stay after the ceremony to learn about the issues and concerns impacting their community.  

Troop 99's Fourth of July Fundraiser

Posted on Jun 27 2017 - 6:08pm

Come join us at the City of Yorba Linda's Fourth of July Spectactular!   Troop 99 hosts a food booth and it's our largest fundraiser of the year!    We need the whole troop's help to assist with shifts at the booth as well as supplies.   Sign up on the troop calendar here:

Summer Camp T-Shirt Design

Posted on Jun 27 2017 - 6:07pm

We have four designs submitted so far for the Camp Emerald Bay T-Shirts and they look pretty darn awesome.   One final chance for your Scout to sketch up a design or two you think would be cool for a summer camp t-shirt and bring to the next troop meeting or submit via e-mail to scoutmaster@troop99.ca   Final vote will be on July 3rd troop meeting.

Zion National Park Trip

Posted on Jun 20 2017 - 11:59pm

We have changed our June trip from Yosemite to Zion (due to unfavorable conditions on our trail in Yosemite)   Zion National Park is a southwest Utah nature preserve distinguished by Zion Canyon’s steep red cliffs. Zion Canyon Scenic Drive cuts through its main section, leading to forest trails along the Virgin River. We will be camping, hiking, and exploring at Zion National Park. We will be hiking and exploring the Narrows, Weeping Rock, Emerald Pools, and Observation Point. Depending on timing, possible side trip to Bryce Canyon National Park. We have a group campsite confirmed and there is no limit to the number of Scouts. This will be an awesome trip!  Sign up here by end of day Wednesday, June 21st!   Food shopping on Thursday, June 22nd 7p.m. at Stater Brothers on corner of YL Blvd and Lakeview

Thought of the Week

Posted on Jun 13 2017 - 5:43pm

““””Pearls of Wisdom—Quotes from Baden-PoWell   “A boy is supremely confident of his own power, and dislikes being treated as a child.”

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