Welcome to BSA Troop 364′s website. We would like you to look around the website. We meet at 109 Weatherly Rd Huntsville, AL every Wednesday at 7:00 pm. We are very active in the community and do monthly activities. Keep checking this website for reports and information about upcoming events.
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Come to our troop meeting on March 19, 2014 for a night full of fun!
Have you ever shot a shotgun or rifle? Our troop had plenty of chances to during the weekend of February 22 – 23, 2014. We left from the church that Saturday morning, and when we arrived at the farm around lunch time, we set up camp and ate lunch. Afterwards, we went target shooting for the rest of the afternoon until we had to cook dinner. Mr. Kirk Whitacre prepared delicious steaks and chicken for us, while we prepared the side dishes. After dinner, we made a campfire and sat around it until it died out. We then went to bed. When we woke up the next morning, we prepared breakfast, did more shooting, and packed up to go home around noon. We all had fun that weekend and want to do it again.
Sunday, February 9, 2014 was Scout Sunday. We ushered at both of Latham UMC’s church services that morning and updated the church on what our church did the past year. Mr. Chris Whitacre received an award at the second service for outstanding leadership and service.
On February 9, 2014, our troop held its semi-annual troop leadership training at Latham United Methodist Church. It started at 7:30 am and went to 8:00 pm. Three scouts served as cooks for the day and we ate breakfast, lunch and dinner there. It was a fun-filled day, with many leadership activities and team-building competitions.
Raising the flag over Fort Sumter
The troop traveled to Charleston, SC to stay overnight on the USS Yorktown, a WWII aircraft carrier, on January 18, 2014. Our trip included going to Fort Sumter, where the Civil war began. While we were at the fort, we were able to raise the American flag. The trip was a great time and ended on January 20, 2014. Here are some photo highlights of the trip.
Objective: Enjoy a 5 day hike on the Appalachian Trail (AT), covering at least 30 miles. Plan is to hike South from Fontana Dam to the Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC)
SAT, 9 June, 2012 (Day 1):
- 0830 Depart vic HSV
- 0900 Rrendevous at the Gurley Piggly Wiggly. (Wade/Hawrych join and ride with someone)
- 1000 Rendevous with Mr. Wade Sr. in South Pittsburg; continue to the NOC.
- Route on Google Maps here: http://g.co/maps/3gpt5 .
- 1345 (ET) Arrive N.O.C. and leave car(s), continue to Fontana Dam,
- Route on Google Maps here: http://g.co/maps/2rwa8 .
- 1415 Arrive Fontana Dam. Park Cars; Hike to Fontana Dam Shelter. Approx 1.1 miles
SUN, 10 June, 2012 (Day 2): Hike from Fontana Dam shelter to Cable Gap Shelter. Approx 6.8 miles
MON, 11 June, 2012 (Day 3): Hike from Cable Gap Shelter to Brown Fork Shelter. Approx 6.1 Miles
TUE, 12 June, 2012 (Day 4): Hike From Brown Fork Shelter to Sassafras Shelter. Approx 9.1 miles
WED, 13 June, 2012 (Day 5):
- Hike from Sassafras Shelter to NOC. Approx 6.9 miles
- 1400 Arrive NOC. Shower, eat?
- 1530 Depart for Fontanna for vehicles
- 1600 Arrive Fontanna
- Mr. Rice
- Sam R.
- Mr. Rogers
- Logan R.
- Ms. Mindy Rogers
- Mr. Wade (Jr.)
- Mr. Wade (Sr.)
- Roman H.
- Mr. Gipner
- Asher G.
- Thomas G.
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