Below are the instructions for how to measure for a kilt. Click the link to download.
The next step in making your kilt is to calculate the amount of fabric required. Below are the instructions for calculating the fabric for your kilt.
Finally, below is the instructions for making a kilt.
Troop 26 will be hosting its annual Webelos Weekend at Dog Iron Ranch on November 1-3. Count Dracula will be the host for our Webelos guests and you can join in the festivities with a T-shirt featuring bad Vlad himself. (See artwork below.) Long-sleeve, black T-shirts will be available for order at the troop meeting on Monday the 14th. The cost will be $10.00/shirt, sizes Adult S thru XXXL. Scouts & Scouters can pay with cash, check or Scout account. Please see John Points and J.J. Jorishie next Monday night to order yours!
‘Cause when they’re gone, they’re gone………..and that bites.
Fangs for your attention!
There are three events that Troop 26 would like to invite cub scout packs / Webelos to attend. Please share this invitation with all Cub Scout Packs and/or Webelos Dens.
Fall Festival – Saturday, September 21st come at the Jack Graves Scout Reservation (Located at 101st St. and 193rd E. Ave Broken Arrow, OK – next to NSU Broken Arrow). This event is open to all cub scouts and Webelos and is free of charge. Visit Troop 26 at the Archaeology dig site & museum. Come dig for buried artifacts, visit the museum, and see our Sarcophagus!!!! Troop 26 scouts should sign up and help lead this great event. Contact ASM Christopher Smith to sign up.
Eagle District Fall Camporee/WOW (Webelos only)– This is a great opportunity for Webelos to camp with boy scout troops from all over the district to learn more about what it means to be a boy scout, and to search out a scout troop that will excite and enable them to grow into young men of high character. Troop 26 invites your Webelos to camp with us or to visit our troop while at the event. Please contact Christopher Smith at email@example.com to get details on camping with Troop 26 at the Eagle District Fall Camporee.
Date: Troop 26 Scouts, October 11th-13th / Webelos, October 12th – 13th, 2013
Time: Webelos Patrols – Arrive at 8:00 AM, Saturday the 12th
Location: Contact Christopher Smith for camping details
Cost: $8.00 per guest through September 27, 2013; Scout or Webelos, youth or adult
$10.00/camper September 30th through October 9th (Deadline).
Plus $15 per camper for meals when camping with Troop 26
RSVP Contact: To camp with Troop 26, contact Christopher Smith at Christopher@troop26.org
4th Annual Troop 26 Webelos Outdoor Weekend (Webelos only)– Troop 26 hosts a WOW for all Eagle district Webelos. This is an awesome event that Troop 26 hosts at an awesome location. Webelos will be able to earn pins, trick-or-treat, learn to carve pumpkins, learn about Troop 26, and experience some cool surprises.
Date: November 2nd & 3rd (Saturday & Sunday morning)
Theme: Halloween theme is Dracula this year
Time: Arrive at 8:00AM Saturday & Depart ~10:30AM on Sunday Morning
Cost: $15.00 per guest (includes meals & special Troop 26 Patch)
RSVP Contact: Christopher Smith, 918-899-5265, Christopher@troop26.org
Other Info: More information to come!
WOW events are a great opportunity for Webelos to learn more about the next phase in their scouting career. We would love to have your Webelos join us at both WOW events. Please RSVP as soon as possible to reserve your spot.
Indian Nations Council still has 2 spots open for a 2014 Council Contingent to Philmont.
Dates are aprox June 30 – July 12 2014
Cost is aprox $825
Must be at least 14 by 1/1/14 or 13 and have finished the 8th grade by 6/30/14.
Must pass a Philmont Backcountry physical (height and weight requirements)
This will be a co-ed crew with male and female youth from multiple units. Barb and Marshall Dunham will be the tour leaders.
If you are interested contact Bill McGhee (firstname.lastname@example.org) (918)760-0847.
To All Scouts signed up for LAW Merit Badge:
You all just got more free time during the day at camp.
Law has been cancelled for this summer camp. There are a lot of moving parts to the crime drama and mock courtroom trial that we produce at camp. Unfortunately, many of those people involved will not be going to camp (they are going to the Jamboree instead of camp), or were not available for preparation (they were gone to Sea Base during prep time). If we can’t do it well, we shouldn’t do it at all.
Rick Hayes and I talked last Monday night and we agreed that if we cannot do it up to the usual standards, we should wait and do it next year. There is a possibility that we might do it in the fall at a regular campout but that is not a sure thing. It’s more fun to do at camp.
If you have already completed some of the written requirements, save them. You can use them later when we do it.
So, bottom line: No Law Merit Badge at this summer camp.