Welcome

Troop 612

Boy Scouts of America
San Francisco Bay Area Council
Tres Ranchos District

Chartering Organization
San Lorenzo Community Church

 
 

Congradulations
MICHAEL FELLOWS
On achieving Eagle Scout.

Congradulations
DOUG RICHMAN
On achieving Eagle Scout.

January 2017

Theater

2Parent/Leader meeting7:00 p.m. Room 9
7Christmas Tree Pickup8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Social Hall
5Patrol Leaders Council (PLC) meeting7:00 p.m. Room 9
19O.A. Village Meeting7:30 p.m. Council Office
21Winter Camp Awareness - USS Hornet7:00 a.m. SLZ Church Permission Slip
28-30Campout - Mt Tamalpais8:00 a.m. SLZ Community Church Permission Slip

February 2017

Auto Mechanics

2Patrol Leaders Council (PLC) meeting7:00 p.m. Room 9
6Parent/Leader meeting7:00 p.m. Social Hall
??Scout Sunday / Pancake Breakfast9:00 SLZ Community Church, Social Hall
16O.A. Village Meeting7:30 p.m. Council Office
18-19Snow Campout - Tamarack Lodge6:00 a.m. SLZ Community Church Permission Slip
18-20Wood Badge session 1Council Office
25-26Klondike Derby - Camp Hi-Sierra6:30 a.m. SLZ Community Church Permission Slip

Important Information

Medical Forms

Annual Health and Medical Record

All troop members, youth and adults, annually need to complete and turn in Part A, Part B (front and back), and a copy of individual's medical insurance card. Those who are going to attend Summer Camp, the 50 miler or any activity over 72 hours, need to have Part C which includes a doctors exam.

BSA National and San Francisco Bay Area Council policy will no longer allow us to accept any medical forms other than the approved SFBAC form which meets State of California requirements. If you have any questions, please contact Pam Pirie, Committee Chair at a troop meeting.

Adult Training

All parents and leaders need to understand the purpose and methods of Scouting so we can assist our young men in growing in character, citizenship, and fitness. In addition, the troop cannot participate in camping or other outings unless we have tour leaders who are trained and understand how to run a safe experience for the youth.

Online basic training is quick and easy. One course a week will give you a great understanding of the principles of Scouting, your role in assisting the troop and your son, and how to do so safely.

Please goto the Boy Scout Online Training Site to take the training.

Troop 612 has also prepared an Online Training Guide