Boy Scout Troop 31
Rochester, New York
EVENT: Rock Ventures Climbing
PLACE: 1044 University Ave, Rochester, NY 14607 (585) 442-5462
ACTIVITY: Indoor rock climbing walls & rope courses for all ages and fitness levels. Open to all scouts (no age limit) and adults in the troop
TIME: 6 PM to 9 PM - however belayers are required to arrive at 5:15 PM for training
BELAYERS: Some have volunteered already, but we could use more. Belayers hold the end of the rope as climbers climb the rope. To be a belayer, you mus be at least 14 years old and arrive at 5:15 PM at Rock Ventures for training
COST: $15.00 per climbing scout/adult - please pay SM Folwell or another designated ASM at Rock Ventures. Belayers are free.
FOOD: Every climbing (paying) scout/adult and belayer will receive two slices of pizza and lemonade. Non-climbing scouts & adults can purchase pizza & lemonade directly from Rock Ventures
WAIVER FORM: all climbing scouts/adults and belayers must complete the Rock Ventures waiver and email it to Rock Ventures prior to your arrival on Monday. Click here for on-line Waiver
WHAT TO WEAR: Class B. Recommended to wear good, tight sneakers or boots and looser fitting pants (no tight blue jeans) and shorts are OK
SIGN-UP: Please register for this event via the troop's website. We have to call in a headcount to Rock Ventures no later than 12 noon on Monday, Sept 28th.
SUGGESTIONS: For those who don't want to climb or belay, there's seating available to watch the activities at no cost. Climbing takes a lot of energy and if you think two slices of pizza won't be enough have a light dinner or snack before you arrive
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
5:15 PM Belayers arrive at Rock Ventures - scouts' parents who are belaying can come too and hang out
5:30-6 PM Belayers trained
5:30-6:15 PM Pizza & lemonade
6:00 PM all climbers should arrive
6:15-9:00 PM climbing
***Your scout dues are helping the troop subsidize a good portion of this sure to be fun filled event Rock Ventures Climbing
Start Time: 5:30 pm.
Start Time: 7:15 pm.
Daniel Carter Beard (1850-1941)
Daniel Carter Beard grew up hearing stories of pioneer days and exploring the woods near his Covington, Ky., home. After attending art school in New York City, he began a long career as a writer and illustrator.
One winter day in New York, Beard came across newsboys sleeping on the damp pavement of Printing House Square. It was this sight that “started me on my lifelong crusade for American boyhood,” he later wrote.
In 1905, in the pages of Recreation magazine, Beard created a loosely organized boys’ program he called the Sons of Daniel Boone. Somewhere between 2,000 and 20,000 boys joined the group in the next few years, organizing themselves in “forts” and “stockades” and taking on the names of heroes such as Daniel Boone (president), Kit Carson (treasurer) and Davy Crockett (secretary). When Beard joined Pictorial Review magazine, he renamed the group the Boy Pioneers of America and published its first handbook.
With the advent of the BSA, Beard shut down his nascent organization and joined the BSA as one of the first national commissioners.
“Uncle Dan,” as he was known, remained involved in Scouting until his death in 1941 — even showing up at the 1937 National Scout Jamboree to light the opening campfire with flint and steel. He was honored with one of the first Silver Buffalo Awards in 1926.
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