Troop 935
McDonaldsville St. Paul UMC
Jackson Township, Ohio
Boy Scouts of America

Buckeye Council, Canton, Ohio

Hetuck District


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Buckeye Council #436


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Court of Honor: Please join us on March 24th to honor the work the scouts have put into their advancemans. Each scout should bring a donation of nonperishable food item for the food pantry at Mcdonaldsville St. Paul UMC. There will be a competition between the patrols to see which patrol can donate the most food.

OA Elections: April 7th the OA will be at our meeting to conduct the elections for this year eligible scouts. All scouts should plan on attending since this will be their only opportunity to vote for this year's OA class.

Fishing Campout: April 10th will be our fishing merit badge campout. Scout will have the opportunity to earn the fishing merit badge provided they meet all the requirements of the merit badge. The troop can use the help of the scouts that already have the fishing merit badge to help the scouts trying to earn it. Permission slips are due at the April 7th troop meeting.

Law Merit Badge: Once again council is providing the scouts with an opportunity to see how the court system works. The Law Merit Badge day is scheduled for Friday April 3rd (Good Friday) during the day the scouts will visit different courts and will meet with some of the key people that help keep the court system running. For more information including the daily itinerary, cost, dress code, and prerequisites see the council flyer. Registration is now open on council's website all scout attending are asked to bring a donation of nonperishable food to help stock the shelves at a local food bank.

Scout Master & Assistant Scout Master Training Buckeye Council is offering Scout Master training in the month of April or during the week of summer camp. To be full trained as a Scout Master or Assistant Scout Master you will need to take both the indoor and outdoor portions of the training. The indoor portion will be offered on April 6th at the council office and the outdoor portion will be offered April 10th - 11th. For more information on this offering of the Scout Master training click here, to register for either of these training sessions click here. The training at summer camp will be daily Monday - Friday with the outdoor portion of the training in the morning and the indoor training in the afternoon. For more information on the times and cost of the training at summer camp click here.

Summer Camp: The merit badge list for summer camp is now available please review the list, requirements and prerequisite. We will schedule the merit badge selection night for the scouts to make their final selections to be reviewed by Mr. Smith. In additions to the merit badges councile has some new programs for the older scouts that already completed the Pipestone program, these include the new 7RALE. Please remember the requirements that are on the forms are set by council and they will enforce the requirements.

Summer Camp: The second $50.00 payment ($20.00 for adults) for the early bird discount is due March 3rd. All adults planning on attending summer camp need to check with Mr. Smith to make sure they meet the requirements for adult leaders set by council.

Eagle projects: This post will be kept open as we have several Scouts arranging work days for their projects. If you have a need for a posting please send an email to Mr. Smith to get this updated with current information. The latest Life to Eagle Packet has been posted and should be reviewed by all Scouts once they earn the Life Rank.

 Medical Forms:  BSA National has once again revised its medical form in 2014. The form consists of 4 parts:  Parts A and B are to be completed at least annually by participants in all Scouting events. Part C is the physical exam that is required for participants in any event that exceeds 72 consecutive hours, for all high-adventure base participants, or when the nature of the activity is strenuous and demanding. Part D is required to be reviewed by all participants of a high-adventure program at one of the national high-adventure bases and shared with the examining health-care provider before completing Part C. Click here for more info.

Troop Calendar: The 2014-2015 Troop calendar is complete. Click here for a PDF version.

Upcoming Deadlines:

2015 Fishing Merit Badge Weekend.


  Homesickness: This is a fantastic article from a past Scouting magazine issue pertaining to dealing with homesickness. It gives a lot of good advice for leaders and parents pertaining to how we should deal with it. Please pay specific attention to the section titled 'Set up a no-call policy'. We have had to deal with this issue frequently. This is a reason we do not allow cell phones to be seen at campouts. While we can't control use inside a tent, we hope parents will understand, support, and reinforce our position to your sons. Not a Happy Camper

  Welcome to the latest iteration of the Troop 935 website! Take a look around; if something isn't working right let us know. If you would like anything added, let us know that as well. Hopefully, all of the forms you need are readily available in one of the four headers on the left under 'Forms'. We have a few things to do here yet, including adding more to our picture pages and try a password protection area for family contact information, committee meeting minutes, Scoutmaster reports, Scout account status, summer camp payment status by Scout, and other things. For you 'old timers' out there, there are plenty of things that are missing and gaps that need filled in, so please feel free to contribute or offer missing details!


This Month's Schedule

A PDF version of each program year is available in our 'Unit Information' link on the left menu.

  Event Color Key:

Last updated: 10/22/2014


  Troop function - All Scouts are expected to attend & adults leaders are needed to attend.
  Troop adult leaders and/or junior leader function - All Scout parents are encouraged to attend, adult leaders need to attend, and junior leaders may need to attend.
  Council/District/Sippo Lodge function - voluntary training and other Scouting activities.
  Pack activities or other service hour opportunities.
  Federal/Religious Holidays or other notable non-Scouting events.
  School functions (JA – Jackson; NC – North Canton; GR – Green).
  For Council's latest calendar: Buckeye Council Calendar