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Hello Timberline District,
I hope you are doing well and getting ready for a great summer. We are excited to announce some District events and news.
July Round Table:
Investment in Character:
Buffalo Wild Wings:
Elitch Gardens and Waterworld:
Timberline District will be hosting a Webelos Adventure weekend the first week in August. Does your first or second-year Webelos want to learn more about the fun and adventures that await them in Boy Scouts? Webelos Adventure Weekend is a great chance to learn what Boy Scouts is all about.
Do you remember what it was like to be a Webelo Scout transitioning into Boy Scouts? Do you want to help make a difference in a young Scouts life? Are you in need of service hours? Webloes Adventure weekend is a great chance for Boy Scouts to further develop their leadership skills and teach some of the upcoming Webelo Scouts, not to mention there is the opportunity to get service hours for helping.
To Learn more about the Adventure Weekend contact Mike Harper at timberlinewebeloweekend, or see the attached flier.
Online registration is open; please go online to register at, http://www.timberlinedistrict.com/registration/calendardetail.aspx?ActivityKey=2092986&OrgKey=1776
– C.S.I Day Camp was a huge Success, and we hope everyone who attended had a great time. We hope to see everyone again next year. If you would like to get involved and help with the planning process let us know and we can get you involved.
Do you want to help other units grow their numbers? We will be looking for Fall sign up night presenters and assistance with our Fall recruitment. We will have more information to come, and we hope you will join us in making a difference in a young man’s life.
Tim Purvis | Timberline District Executive
Boy Scouts of America
Denver Area Council
10455 West Sixth Avenue | Suite 100
Denver, CO 80215
Click the image above to register today – space is limited!
Please remember to designate your United Way gift to the Denver Area Council, BSA (Agency #0014).
There is a video on the Timberline Facebook Page that is wrong. It is fake. The video says the Water knot pulls through. That is incorrect. Please ignore the video!!!
Bear Creek Lake Park (BCLP) is a nature park managed by the City of Lakewood at C470 and Morrison Road. Several Scouting units use the park for camping, hiking, fishing, picnicking, bike rides, etc. It’s a great resource in a very convenient location, running just east of the hogback that runs along the west side of town along C470.
Park Naturalist Caroline Davis is looking for some help that I believe would make a very nice Eagle Project(s). BCLP runs a Junior Naturalist Camp all summer, and they have 3 or 4 patio tables and benches that need to be refurbished (sanded and sealed). They would also like to build a pergola or some other shade providing structure over the patio they use for classes and other functions. They would like to get the benches taken care of a soon as possible, as there is a risk of splinters and such, and so someone needs to jump on this quickly.
I believe there are other potential projects at the park that could be Eagle projects, and Ms. Davis would be a good contact if you are looking for a project, even if this one does not work for you or your Scouts. You can contact her at 303-697-2548 or cardav@Lakewood.org.
Troop 989 has one hive and is adding a second hive this month. The hives are located at their Chartered Organization. You can watch the bees by following these instructions.
– PCs, Macs and Android
o Download ReoLink App
o ‘Add New device’
o You do not need to share the camera
o Choose ‘Enter’
o Use UID XCPTP206532DVPGE and click Done
– Username: Guest
– Password: Troop 989 (with space between Troop and 989)
– There are three levels of video quality. Choose the best level for your bandwidth
o Clear – Best
o Balanced – Medium
o Fluent – Lowest