Union City, CA / Fremont, CA / Newark, CA / Hayward, CA
Senior Patrol Leader: Sam S
Assistant SPLs: Aaron K, William B, and Trevor A
Scoutmaster: Sandeep Kundra
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updated (6/25/2016)

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posted 6-1-2016
Fremont July 4 Parade - All Scouts Invited to Participate!


Mission Peak Scouts and Scouters,

It's time to finalize your plans for your summer Scouting activities, and the Fremont 4th of July Parade is a great way to show your patriotism by marching with the Mission Peak District Scouting entry.

Mission Peak Scout units (packs, troops, teams, crews) will again be participating as a single entry in the Fremont, July 4 Parade on Monday, 7/4/16. The parade committee needs to know if we will have any vehicles, floats, or special presentations (like a large flag display, for example).

* Please reply to this message describing your plans for floats or decorated motorized vehicles.

* You can also send the name and email of a contact person you want kept informed.

* Eagle Scout Color Guard marchers invited to lead the parade - if interested, contact Bill Fournell at
bill@bsatroop110.org.

All scouts, leaders and families are welcome to participate whether with a unit or individually.

Please see promotional flyer attached. Specific details for marchers will be provided via e-mail a week or two before the parade.

For questions, please contact parade co-chair
Larry Seymour.

Steve Rodriggs
Vice Chairman
Mission Peak District - SFBAC

posted 6-25-2016
Thank you for all your help in hosting a great
Troop 110 Eagle Court of Honor


All

I want to thank the entire troop and adults that helped put together such a great Eagle COH.

By my count towards the middle of the event we had over 70 people at the COH. It may have occurred in other places, but for me it was the first time I have seen an Eagle COH for seven scouts at one time, while still in the COH to have it special for each Eagle Scout.

I am sure I will miss people who did yet another big thing to make the COH successful, apologies in advance, but my deep appreciation for:

* Mrs. Duarte & Mrs. Radhakrishna for handling the food responsibilities.

* Mrs. Sprotte & Hannah for coming in to help with the setup and bring dessert, of which I think Raj ate more brownies than he should have.

* Ayush K for creating the pre-event video, taking photos, and overall assistance.

* Ms. Moreno for helping with the setup, decorations, and so many other things.

* Mr. Autenreith for Rededication, presenting the Eagle ranks, and role modeling staying calm.

* Mr. Chan for handling the MC responsibilities and providing guidance on the COH.

* Mr. Wescott who rushed home from work and then to the COH to help with the event.

* Mr. Jerry Hernandez for doing the Invocation & Benediction.

* Mr. Steve Armstrong, former Troop 110 Scoutmaster, for representing the MP district for the Opening & Closing of the COH.

* Mr. Fournell for too many things to list, but always a foundation for the troop.

* All the scouts from the troop who came in to help with the setup, color guard, Eagle honor guard, cleanup, and the cheerful contribution to the event.

Again my thanks to all for helping create a really memorable event and making possible the recognition of these Troop 110 Eagle Scouts.

I will post
the photos I took to the troop website in the next few days.

Yours in Scouting,

Sandeep Kundra
Scoutmaster, Troop 110
scoutmaster@bsatroop110.org



posted 6-4-2016
Troop 110 Sumer Camp Information
[Camp Oljato Helpfull Documents]

Hi Troop 110,

Summer Camp is right around the corner, from July 17-23, and there are a few things you need to take care of over the next few weeks to be prepared.

As a reminder, this year the troop heads to
Camp Oljato in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Here's the driving directions and Leader Guide.

Adult leaders are still needed in order to be in compliance with the camp and BSA regulations. At least three adults are needed. Contact Mr. Kundra if you're interested.

Here's the things you need to take care of to be prepared for camp. Please complete any forms, and bring any money due, to upcoming troop meetings. The final payment is due now while the other materials are due by June 22.

1. ) Payment: Here's the fee schedule:

- January 20, 2016 a deposit of $50 was due.

- The balance of $345 for youth and $130 for adults is now due

- Make checks out to "BSA Troop 110" and deliver to Assistant Scoutmaster Tim Rodden.

2.)
Health and Medical Record forms

- Tip: Don't delay, you may need to visit your doctor to get them filled out completely!

3.)
Troop 110 permission slip

4.)
Shooting sports authorization

5.) Sign Up for merit badges

- See the
list of merit badges to find the one.

- Select 3 merit badge classes with 1 alternate.

- Ask the troop's librarian for the merit badge books.

- A signup sheet is forthcoming. Stay tuned...

There's more information on the
Troop 110 website for Sumer Camp.

You can view this email as a Google Sheet
here.

That's it for now, but more details about what to bring and logistics are forthcoming.

YIS

Bryan Adamson



posted 5-18-2016
Attention Troop Parents


Hi Troop 110 Parents!!

Summer is around the corner and school will be out shortly!! Lots of activities are planned for the boys of Troop 110. Please review
calendar for upcoming events.

Keep them busy so we do not hear the inevitable "MOM or DAD, I have nothing to do or I'm bored!"

Also, we have had a couple of boys that have Eagled out of the troop....big round of applause!

Sadly, that also means that we are not only going to miss their parents but it also leaves a couple of adult troop positions open.

The following positions now open are:

     Troop Treasurer

     Advancement Coordinator

If anyone is interested in one of these position, please contact myself or Sandeep. It is important to fill these positions and it is a wonderful way to be involved in your sons scouting experience.

YIS

Desiree Moreno
Committee chair
committeechair@bsatroop110.org
scoutmaster@bsatroop110.org




Mark Your Calendars!
Also See Troop Calendar
EVENTS AND DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Look for further information regarding ecch activity as the dates approach.
Updated 6/14/2016

J U N E   2 0 1 6
6/1
  Wednesday  

Troop Meeting
St. Anne's Church
Art MB cont.

Aland & Trevor

6/8
  Wednesday  

PLC @ 7:00 PM, Troop Committee @ 7:45 PM
St. Anne's Church

Sam S
Sandeep Kundra
Desiree Moreno

6/13-18
Mon-Sat

NYLT Sessions 1

SFBAC MP District  

6/15
  Wednesday  

Troop Meeting
St. Anne's Church
E-Prep cont.

Aaron R

6/18
Saturday

Coyote Hills Hike (Plants & Animals)

William B

6/19-25
Sun-Sat

NYLT Sessions 2

SFBAC MP District  

6/22
  Wednesday  

Troop Meeting
St. Anne's Church
Game night

Ahnson N
John M
Aaron K

6/24
Friday

Eagle Court of Honor for
* Jeremy Truesdell
* James Heald
* Rohan Divate
* Andrew Le
* Jimmy Guo

Nick M
Sam S

6/25
Saturday

Color Guard
Fremont School for the Deaf

Bill Fournell
William B

6/26
Sunday

Service Project
Ohlone Humane Society

Aaron K

6/29
  Wednesday  

Troop Meeting
St. Anne's Church
Advancement night

Bailey A

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