Union City, CA / Fremont, CA / Newark, CA / Hayward, CA
Senior Patrol Leader: Kunal S
Assistant SPLs: Jimmy G, Paras S, and Rushil C
Scoutmaster: Randy Heald
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Sale on Camping Gear at REI

Hello Troop,

You might already know about this but I wanted to make sure everyone knew. This Sunday, March 29th, from 10 am to 2 pm, REI in Fremont is having their Garage Sale Extravaganza. In talking with employees this will be one of their largest quantity of merchandise ever being sold at the Fremont store. For those that don't know the REI Garage Sale is where they sell returned, slightly damaged, or non-boxed items at a very reduced price. Apparently they are getting a big shipment of items from their Berkeley store including (10) Bicycles.

Last year the troop got two excellent camp stoves (thanks to Frank Autenreith) from the REI Garage sale at a very low price.

So, if there is any camping gear you need I encourage you to make every effort to attend the REI ( Fremont store only) Garage Sale Extravaganza.

Mr. Randy Heald
Scoutmaster, Troop 110
scoutmaster@bsatroop110.org



Payment Reminder - due April 1st - Summer Camp 2015 Camp Noyo
Week of July 12th - 17th, 2015


Hello Scouts and Parents,

Our Troop is registered with the Redwood Empire Council summer camp at
Camp Noyo the week of July 12th - 17th, 2015

Redwood Empire Council does not discriminate regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital or family status, political beliefs, and parental status.

If your son will attend Boy Scout Camp with the Troop please note the following:

Camp Noyo - The clear blue waters and the tall redwood trees make Noyo the picture perfect camping location for any Scout unit. With most of the meals cooked in the camp site the challenge of balancing meal preparation and keeping the troop on schedule has tested a few troops that have visited our camp.

For the Redwood to Waves Trek we have the group size to be no more than four adults and twelve scouts. As we are contracting with five local vendors for the camping, horseback riding, Kayaking river and Ocean, transportation and deep sea fishing and supplying the food and equipment from camp. Scouts must be at least 15 years of age and hold the rank of First Class or above in order to participate in the TREK.

More information can be found at the following web address:
http://www.redwoodbsa.org/Camping/CampNoyo/

CAMP FEES 2015

Youth - $275.00
Adults - $130.00

Redwood to Waves Trek 2015
Youth - $525.00
Adults - $525.00
(Scouts must be at least 15 years of age and hold the rank of First Class or above in order to participate in the TREK. Limited to the first twelve scouts who pay their deposit)

Fee Schedule

April 1, 2015 - Deposit of $100.00 due for each adult and/or youth.

May 6, 2015 - Camp Balance Due $175 for youth and $30 for adult.

May 6, 2015 - Trek Balance Due $425 for youth and/or adult.

Make checks payable to BSA Troop 110, deliver to Assistant Scoutmaster Tim Rodden before the due date.

Tim Rodden, ASM
Summer Camp Coordinator
tim@bsatroop110.org

James H Eagle Project -- Looking for Donations

Hello Scouts and Parents,

I have been trying to go forward with my Eagle project but I have had very little success with the local lumber yards and hardware stores.

For those that don't know here is some information about my project:

The benefactor of my Eagle Project is Faith Ringgold Elementary School in Hayward, CA. Faith Ringgold Elementary School is an award winning school for growing their own fruits and vegetables and using them to supplement their school lunch program. Their program not only provides nutritious food to the students but it also teaches students about gardening and good eating habits.

The gardening and growing area Faith Ringgold Elementary School is a wide, sheltered area in the middle of the school. In the past, teachers have taught lessons in the classroom and then had to move outside to the garden. My project will be to build and place four octagonal tables, with umbrella shades, in the garden area of the school. I believe that having the tables near the garden area, and having visuals while the teacher is teaching, will create a better teaching environment and improve student learning.

I will be asking for help with the building portion of my project next month but I am currently a long way away from being able to purchase the needed materials.

I would be very grateful for any assistance with any amount of funds that you or your friends might be able to provide for my Eagle Project. Because both Faith Ringgold School and the Boy Scouts of America are both Non-Profit organizations any donation you make should be tax deductible. Your assistance and thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated.

Donations can be made by check and written to Troop 110. If you want to see pictures, want more details, or are unable to donate by check you can go to the following website:

https://www.crowdrise.com/faithringgoldschool

Unfortunately, if you donate through the above website there is a 5% fee, plus a $2.49 service fee tacked onto each donation. So the preferred way to donate to this project is to write a check to "Troop 110" and write on the memo line "For James Heald's Eagle Project"

Your assistance and thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated. Thank you for your time.

Sincerely

James Heald
(send email to
scoutmaster@bsatroop110.org)

Mark Your Calendars! Also See Troop Calendar
EVENTS AND DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Look for further information regarding each activity as the dates approach.
Updated 3/27/2015
M A R C H   2 0 1 5
3/4
  Wednesday  

Troop Mtg
***Location - CERT office (located behind Fire Station #31) at
33555 Central Ave, Union City
Winter Awareness
(Blast Car repair 15 min prior and 15 min after)

Kunal S
Randy Heald
Ayush/Sanat

3/6
Friday

Court of Honor & Blast Car Races - Kennedy School

Arsh/Sam/Paras  

3/8
Sunday

10 Mile Bike Ride POSTPONED

Nicholas/Aaron

3/11
  Wednesday  

PLC @ 7:00 PM, Troop Committee @ 7:45 PM
***Location - Union City Fire Station #30 at
35000 Eastin Court, Union City

Kunal S
Randy Heald
Desiree Moreno  

3/15
Sunday

10 Mile Bike Ride

Nicholas/Aaron

3/18
  Wednesday  

Troop Mtg
***Location - CERT office (located behind Fire Station #31) at
33555 Central Ave, Union City
Reading MB

Kunal S
Randy Heald
Jimmy G.

3/21-22
Sat-Sun

NYLT Youth Leaders Training

Randy Heald

3/22
Sunday

Rim Rover Hike POSTPONED

William B

3/25
  Wednesday  

Troop Mtg
***Location - CERT office (located behind Fire Station #31) at
33555 Central Ave, Union City
Reading MB

Kunal S
Randy Heald
Jimmy G.

  3/28-29  
Sat-Sun

Snow Campout Camp Marin
CANCELED

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