Union City, CA / Fremont, CA / Newark, CA / Hayward, CA
Senior Patrol Leader: Ayush K
Assistant SPLs: Aaron K, Sam S, and Trevor A
Scoutmaster: Randy Heald
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July 4th Parade in Fremont

Hello Scouts and Parents

Please come and celebrate America's Birthday!!!

Next Saturday is The City of Fremont's Fourth of July Parade - Saturday morning (9:00-12:00)

We will assemble in the Fremont Main Library parking lot (parade unit #57). Plan to arrive in the assembly area between 8:45 and 9:15. The parade starts at 10:00 sharp. However, all units will be moving into position by 9:45.

As is our tradition since the first parade, all Mission Peak units march together as the largest entry in the parade. All Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers, Scout Leaders, and parents are invited to march in the 4th of July Parade.

The parade route is the same route as last year (see map).

The parade starts at Fremont Main Library parking lot, proceeds north on Paseo Padre Parkway to Capitol Ave and ends at Liberty St. This is a one way route. The Mission Peak Scouts are marching as parade unit #57.

Please wear your "Class A" uniform. Parents and siblings can accompany their Scout. We also will be carrying our Troop banner in the parade so I will need two volunteers for this task

We will be waiting approx. one hour hour in an open parking lot then be walking one mile (20-30 minutes). Please remember sunscreen, your hat, and to drink plenty of fluids. Water and portable toilets will be available in the assembly area.

Please let ASM Sandeep Kundra know by email if you are able to attend the parade so he can get an estimated headcount.


Mr. Randy Heald
Scoutmaster, Troop 110

Gear Check on Sunday, July 5th

Hello Scouts and Parents,

There will be a PRE-Summer Camp/TREK gear check at Ethan O's house on Sunday, July 5th at 12pm. The purpose of the gear check will be to assemble tents and make sure they are all in working order. If you like sleeping in clean tents that have all the correct parts please come help out.

We also need one more adult to come to the gear check in order to be in compliance with the BSA two-deep leadership policy.

The gear check will be at Ethan's house

Even if you are not able to attend Summer Camp or the TREK we really need you to come and help out the troop.

If you have any question please contact Troop Quartermaster Ethan (
Here's my contact information)

Mr. Randy Heald
Scoutmaster, Troop 110

HELP NEEDED- Redwood to the Waves Trek July 12th - 18th, 2015

Hello Scouts and Parents,

Our Troop is registered with the Redwood Empire Council summer camp to attend Camp Noyo the week of July 12th - 18th, 2015. That same week we are also registered for a group to journey out on the Redwood to the Waves Trek which leaves Camp Noyo on July 12th and returns to camp on July 18th.

Due to a family emergency one of our Adult Leaders will no longer be able to attend the TREK. To comply with BSA regulations we are in desperate need of a second adult to attend the TREK. Also, we currently have room for TWO more Scouts if there is any scouts out there that are interested in going on the TREK. Below is a short summary of what you would experience on the TREK:

For the Redwood to Waves Trek the group size is restricted to no more than two adults and six scouts. Activities on the TREK involve camping, backpacking, horseback riding, Kayaking river and Ocean, and deep sea fishing. Food and equipment is supplied and transported from Camp Noyo.

Please let me know know ASAP if you are an Adult and you are able to attend the Redwood to the Waves Trek. Remember, with room for two more scouts you can bring your son (scout) along and have a very memorable summer adventure.


Mr. Randy Heald
Scoutmaster, Troop 110

Equipment Needed!!

Hello Scouts and Parents,

With summer camp coming up quickly we are in desperate need of backpacking backpacks for scouts to use to pack and carry their belongings into camp.

The troop has about six backpacks, that were previously donated to the troop, but they are in desperate need of repair. We are in serious need of more usable backpacks to loan out.

So, if you (or your neighbors or friends) have any old, usable external frame backpacking backpacks that you are willing to loan, or possibly donate, to the troop please let me know.


Mr. Randy Heald
Scoutmaster, Troop 110

Merit Badge Books

Hi Troop 110,

For those who don't know me, my name is Anhson, the new troop librarian. I won't be able to attend summer camp this year. So if you guys would like to borrow any merit badge books, please give me your name, email address and the books you need as soon as possible.
Here is my contact information.



Volunteering at Alameda County Fair, June 17 to July 5

Hello Troop 110,

Here is a summer opportunity to earn money for your scout account. Remember, because this is our first year working at the fair they require that if the scout is 15 years of age or younger A PARENT MUST VOLUNTEER TO ATTEND WITH THE SCOUT. Please read below and if interested please fill out the form (
2015FairVolunteerForm.pdf)and send it back to me as soon as possible.

If you have any questions, or need further information, please email it to ASM Mrs. Hegde at vhegde4@gmail.com

Here are just a few things to remember: 2015 Fair Theme - Rock the Red, White and Blue

Fair Goodies

• You will receive a entry ticket and parking pass for each shift you are assigned

• You receive 2 bonus tickets for volunteering

• You receive another 2 bonus tickets if you sign up to work 4th of July

• Cinch Bag, Water Bottle, T-shirt, Baseball or straw hat

2015 Fair Pay (you receive volunteer hours PLUS the following)

• AM (shifts before 3 pm) = $4/hour (into your scout account)

• PM (shifts after 3 pm) & All shifts on 4th of July = $5/hour (into your scout account)

• Tshirts will be provided to each volunteer this year. Sizing is critical, the Women Sizes RUN SMALL so please ask your volunteers to order appropriately

• If a shirt needs to be switched out for a different size, we will only be doing this once fair begins NOT at the breakfast this year!

• If you work more than 5 days in a row you will receive a 2nd shirt

Dress Code Changes to note

• Shorts this year must be longer, 3" above the knee (a cargo or Bermuda length) If in doubt advise your younger volunteers to wear jeans or capris for the girls

• No modifying of shirts or hats

• Consequences of violating dress code: Warning 1st time, forfeit of your shift the 2nd time

Orientation Breakfast - Saturday, June 13th 9-11am

• Your group's volunteers will check in at the Troop 110 table to receive their goody bag, shirts and schedules/tickets


Yours In Scouting

Mrs. Hegde
ASM, Troop 110

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Look for further information regarding ecch activity as the dates approach.
Updated 7/1/2015
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6/17-7/5 - Alameda County Fair
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