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» TROOP WISH LIST

To the parents of Troop 450. We are still looking for things on the Troop wish list. Can anyone help us. See wish list tab.

» Youth Protection Training for Boy Scout Leaders and Adult Volunteers:

If you are planning on coming out on camp trips you need to complete this training AND file your youth protection number with Mr Amann.

       WWW.wnyscouting.org

  • This training is mandated by the Greater Niagara Frontier Council for any adult who will be in contact with youth.
  • Mandatory before a unit may obtain a tour permit or camp on Council properties.
  • This training is available on the Council website  with a test upon completion.
  • Also, offered at the beginning of all New Leader Essential Training courses beginning fall of 2003 for those who do not have Internet access.
  • Numbered cards are presented upon completion of this training to ensure compliance.
  • Time: approximately 90 minutes.
  • Youth Protection Training expires 5 years from the date of completion. Every registered adult leader or parent that comes in direct contact with youth members must renew youth protection training every 5 years.
 
Klondike news


Polaris District Klondike Derby.        

January 31,2015

 Stonehaven Scoutcamp 

Past years Championship  

 

2004, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013

Welcome to Polaris District.

 Troop 450 meets at Faith United Presbyterian Church. 3150 Elmwood Ave. Kenmore NY, 14217.

Troop 450 meets every Monday night at 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. (Opening of meeting is @ 7:10)

Troop 450 serves the Kenmore, Town of Tonawanda communities, with our many activities with the Troop. Now, your son can experience the fun, excitement and adventure and the world around him. He will learn Confidence, Respect, Trust, Mental Strength, and a Deep understanding of what he can do for others. It's never too late to get into a good family centered program. Scouting offers a time-tested set of activities that have produced fine citizens, dedicated family members and strong community leaders for more than 90 years. Scouting can get away from it all. What do you think about camping, canoeing, first aid, hiking, cooking, backpacking, swimming, and much much more? Boy scouts have opportunities to learn leadership and build character development that is unequaled. Boy scouts is for boys, ages 11-18 or have completed fifth grade.

Anyone with friends looking to join Troop 450 bring them to a meeting. Always looking for more to join the fun!
The Ten Commandments of Leadership:
I. Treat everyone with respect and dignity.
II. Set the example for others to follow.
III. Be an active scout.
IV. Maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity.
V. Insist on excellence and hold your troop accountable.
VI. Build group cohesiveness and pride.
VII. Show confidence in your troop.
VIII. Maintain a strong sense of urgency.
IX. Be available and visible to your troop.
X. Develop yourself to your highest potential.  

Volunteers Needed!!! Parents Can Be In Scouting too!
Some of are leadership and volunteers are leaving and moving on. We need parents to step up and volunteer remember you are doing this for your son(s). Some of the leaders have been doing this for years. Troop 450 is always looking for Active and committed parents to help in a Leadership role, as a committee member or at an event Volunteer, you will be glad you did. Parents you don't need any special skills, just the abilities to help in a young boy’s life. Scouting is a quality program for your son(s).

 



Come join Troop 450 and we will teach you the skills and values we want our sons to learn while we still have fun.