Resica Falls 2013 Leader Guide (and below) - Even though this guide is for scout leaders, if you're a scout looking for info this guide contains all you need to know about advancement and Merit Badges starting on page 25. Search for "Advancement at Camp".
Season Greetings! Princeton Boy Scout Troop 43 is running their annual tree and wreath sale on Hulfish Street in Princeton just off Palmer Square behind the Nassau Inn starting Dec 1st.
Our hours are:
- Mon - Wed 3:30p-5:30p; Thu - Fri 3:30p - 7p
- Sat 9a - 6p, Sun 11 - 5p
Come check out our selection - pick out your tree and we'll give it a fresh cut for you and tie it onto your car as needed! We have a wide selection of Frasier and Balsam in all heights and sizes.
Don't forget our wreaths are hand decorated by the troop and will brighten up any entry or room!
Below, our 2012 trees arriving. This year's trees arriving soon - be the first to pick one out on Dec 1st!
We will be running merit badge workshops tonight. We will be offering:
- Bird Study (run by Ms. DiDonato)
- Scholarship (run by Ms. Rubin)
- Coin Collecting (run by Mr. Yalamanchili)
- American Heritage (run by Ms. Meyer)
For Bird Study: you should bring a pair of binoculars if you have a pair, pencils for sketching, a bird field guide if you have one. We will have a variety of song bird food for each badge participant to take home. You will need to build or install, a simple bird feeder at home and identify birds visiting it over Spring Break.
For Scholarship: You will have some assignments to complete over Spring Break.
For Coin Collecting: Please bring a coin booklet if you are already a collector.
For American Heritage: If you have Citizenship in the Nation, this is a relatively simple badge. Ms. Meyer will have some assignments for you to complete over Spring Break.