Category Archives: Eagle Project

Camp cards

camp cards

 

Camp cards are now available. You can pick them up at troop meetings through April. Any unsold cards need to be returned by May 4th.  At only $5, these are not hard to sell, and half the money will go towards camping trips and activities, reducing your cost. See the attached flyer for the participating businesses. In addition to those on the flyer, Giant and Shoprite will honor the Safeway coupon.

 

Eagle Scout Project – A Message from Billy Hayden

August 13th, 2016 – FVAC House one
I am getting excited about my project; I am still looking for several Scouts and Adults to assist. If you are available please email me at bboyl@comcast.net or my dad at mikehaysr@comcast.net .

Tools that I would like to borrow if you have them and don’t mind allowing us to use them (all tools should be clean, safe, and marked with your name on them.)
2 – Electric Miter Saws
2 – 4’ Levels
4 – cordless drills
2 – Squares
2 – small hammers.
We will be meeting at the FVFAC at 9:00 am and should be able to complete the project by 2:00pm on August 13th, 2016. Parking and meeting location are attached.

Thanks
Billy Hayden

June Eagle Project Reviews

Due to the 2016 Harford District Recognition Dinner there will be no round-table in June.

Eagle Project reviews will be held on Monday, June 20th at the Panera’s located in the Festival Shopping Plaza from 7:00-8:30PM. Address is 5 Bel Air South Parkway.

If your Scout is planning on obtaining District approval for his Eagle Project on this date, please have him send an e-mail to HarfordEagle@aol.com <mailto:HarfordEagle@aol.com> signifying his desire for a project proposal review. Please include your name and unit number when sending this e-mail.

This will be the last scheduled District level Eagle project review and sign-off before the summer break. If your Scout(s) cannot make this date, the advancement committee will make every attempt to accommodate requests over the summer break, however, these appointments are scheduled at the convenience of the Advancement Committee Members.

Please pass this information on to your Scout’s within your units.

Eagle Project Workday Coming up this Saturday, April 30

Jason Bratcher’s Eagle Project Workday

Elevated Dog Beds and Dog Toys for the Harford County Humane Society

I am looking for volunteers for my Eagle Project!

Date: Saturday, April 30, 2016

Time: 9 am – 4 pm

Location: Mr. Jeff Beaver’s Barn

Please sign up by emailing me at jdog2746@gmail.com. This will help me better organize different teams for beds and toys.

I need the following tools for my project:

Hacksaws
Screw guns
Tape Measures
Shears (cutting through T-shirts and fabric)
Pocket knife wtih locking blade
Channel lock pliers that can grab 1.5 in. PVC pipe
Personal safety glasses
Mallets
If you can provide any of these tools, please email me at jdog2746@gmail.com

Thank you for your support of my project,

Jason Bratcher

Eagle Workday for Jason Bratcher is April 30

Please save the date for my Eagle project workday on April 30th.

I am planning to have a single workday from 8am – 4pm.
Any time you can spare will be appreciated.
We will be building beds and making dog toys at the Humane Society.
(If their facility is not complete, we will use an alternate location).
I am also requesting donations of the following items to make the dog toys:
Old shirts (free of stains such as oil and gas)
Old jeans
I will have a box at each Troop meeting until April 28th
Thank you,
Jason Bratcher

DJ Winter Final Eagle Workday Approaching Fast – This Saturday, April 16

Can you volunteer to assist with my next and final workday for my eagle project? Date: Saturday, April 16, 2016
Time: 9 am – 3 pm
Location: Fallston Fire Company #2 (near Derby Road)
What: building 2 12′ long picnic tables
Details: Please bring a brown bag lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.

Tools Needed: If you have any of the following tools, please let me know:
Miter saw
Circular saw
Jig saw
Drill and drill bits
Clamps
Tape measure
Spirit level
Regular level
If you can help, please email me at stormcaller45@gmail.com.

Thank you for your support!

DJ Winter

Eagle Workday for Jason Bratcher is April 30

Please save the date for my Eagle project workday on April 30th.

I am planning to have a single workday from 8am – 4pm.
Any time you can spare will be appreciated.
We will be building beds and making dog toys at the Humane Society.
(If their facility is not complete, we will use an alternate location).
I am also requesting donations of the following items to make the dog toys:
Old shirts (free of stains such as oil and gas)
Old jeans
I will have a box at each Troop meeting until April 28th
Thank you,
Jason Bratcher

DJ Winter Final Eagle Workday Approaching Fast – Saturday, April 16

Can you volunteer to assist with my next and final workday for my eagle project? Date: Saturday, April 16, 2016
Time: 9 am – 3 pm
Location: Fallston Fire Company #2 (near Derby Road)
What: building 2 12′ long picnic tables
Details: Please bring a brown bag lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.

Tools Needed: If you have any of the following tools, please let me know:
Miter saw
Circular saw
Jig saw
Drill and drill bits
Clamps
Tape measure
Spirit level
Regular level
If you can help, please email me at stormcaller45@gmail.com.

Thank you for your support!

DJ Winter

Bee Tree Preserve Eagle Project Update

Gianni’s Deliveries for Jacob Murdock’s Eagle Project Fundraiser can be picked up at Fallston United Methodist Church on Thursday, August 21st from 7:00PM to 8:30PM in the GYM!!!

Hello Troop,

I would like to thank everybody for coming out and helping me with my first work day on Saturday. I know we couldn’t have accomplished our goal without the last minute support of adult and youth volunteers…….BUT WE AREN’T DONE YET!!

DJ Winters has sent a tool list for the 2nd and 3rd workday!!! It is attached to this e-mail. Please contact me at madmanjmurdock@gmail.com if you can volunteer any tools.

Click to Download Tool List for Day 2

Volunteers NEEDED for 2nd and 3rd Workday!!

Second/Third Work Day: Saturday August 16th and Sunday August 17th, from 10:00AM to 4:00PM. Please arrive by 9:45-9:55.
Location: Bee Tree Preserve: intersection of Bee Tree Road and Kauffman Road, Parkton Maryland, 21120.
Objective: The objective of the second and third work day will be to remove any existing benches and install all 8 hardwood benches at Soldiers’ Ridge Camping Area.
CONTACT ME at madmanjmurdock@gmail.com if you can volunteer either or both days. Specify which days you are volunteering for!!!

Volunteer Information for 2nd and 3rd Workday:

  • Long pants recommended and hard toed shoes required (boots highly recommended).
  • Light clothing is recommended as it may be very hot this Saturday.
  • Remember to bring sunscreen and plenty of water.
  • Lunch/food will not be provided. Water will be available to fill water bottles and coolers w/ ice will be available to store bagged lunches.
  • All tools that are being volunteered should be labeled with your name or initials.
    Please bring a pair of gloves. Safety glasses are optional but recommended if you are an adult planning on using power tools.
  • Contact DJ Winters if you would like to donate tools!!
  • Bathrooms available!!!!

Thank you very much,

Jacob Murdock

Jacob Murdock’s Eagle Project (Wed) Update

There are only a few days left until my first Eagle Project work day. I am still in need of volunteers and especially adult volunteers to operate power tools. If you know you can attend, please contact me as soon as possible. My email address is: madmanjmurdock@gmail.com

For those of you who cannot make it, please look over the updated tool list that will be coming out tomorrow. Please ignore the numbers in the column “tools volunteered so far” because those figures have not been updated. If you can volunteer any tools on that list, please contact DJ Winters immediately. We can always use more tools than necessary.

Volunteer Information for 1st Workday:
Attention all volunteers, please arrive at my house no later than 9:45AM on Saturday, August 9th so that we can start working as close to10:00AM as possible. Once again, my address is 3114 Morningside Ct. Baldwin MD, 21013. Below is a list of reminders for all volunteers coming to this Saturday’s workday.

  • Long pants recommended and hard toed shoes required (boots highly recommended). Light clothing is recommended as it may be very hot this Saturday.
  • Remember to bring sunscreen and plenty of water.
  • Lunch/food will not be provided. Water will be available to fill water bottles and coolers w/ ice will be available to store bagged lunches.
  • All tools that are being volunteered should be labeled with your name or initials.
  • Please bring a pair of gloves. Safety glasses are optional but recommended if you are an adult planning on using power tools.
  • Contact DJ Winters if you would like to donate tools!!
  • Bathrooms will be readily available!!!!

If anyone sees this email and would still like to volunteer, I am still in need for volunteers for this Saturday. Please contact me by email or phone (410-557-6449) as soon as possible if you would like to help.

Thank you very much for your support,
Jacob Murdock