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Interested in joining Troop 1? Boy Scouts is for all boys ages 11-17 (Grades 5-12). Feel free to drop by and watch a troop meeting. We meet on Monday nights at 7:00 at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Tulsa.

For more information on joining Troop 1 please click HERE or send an email to our recruitment chair at want2join@troop1tulsa.com

If you wish to have an announcement placed on the Website/EBlast or you need to send a troop wide E-mail, please contact the webmaster at webmaster@troop1tulsa.com

Klondike Derby at Zink Ranch

Posted by admin on Oct 10 2014 - 4:57pm

Our weekend campout is called Klondike Derby and offers a very different, fun twist to the concept of inter-Patrol competition. The successful Team will be the one who comes prepared. Experience and skill may not be enough to carry the day, but being prepared will get you far.

The Weatherman predicts a heavy dew for Friday night, but we should have sunshine and warming temperatures by Saturday afternoon.

Click "Read More" for more information.

MOM and ME replaced by FAM JAM- October 25th

Posted by admin on Oct 10 2014 - 4:56pm

Indian Nations Council needs Troop One's help. Troop One for many years took the lead for administration, parking and logistics for the Mom and Me weekend at Zinc Ranch. Mom and Me has been replaced by Fam Jam and Troop One has been called on to provide the same level of support we have given in past years. We will need Scouts, Scouters and 6 or more pickup trucks on the morning of October 25 from 6:30 AM until noon. We will transport camping equipment and assist Fam Jam participants with setup at their camp sites. Service hours will be awarded. This is a unique opportunity for Troop One to attract recruits by helping Cub Scouts and their families settle in for a fun weekend of camping and activities. Troop One will be the first Boy Scouts many of the participants have met so we need to demonstrate service and helpfulness. Please step up and help with this effort.

January Campout (Salt Mine!)

Posted by admin on Oct 10 2014 - 4:52pm

On Saturday, January 17, 2015, Troop One will participate in an overnight program at the Kansas Underground Salt Museum, Stratica, one of only 15 active salt mines in the US.  The program will begin at 3pm on Saturday and conclude at 7am, Sunday, January 18, 2015.  It will include hiking through the mines, pizza dinner, and classroom time resulting in the Geology Merit Badge.  The scouts will camp underground in the mines. 

The cost of this program is $75/scout and $60/adult and requires a ratio of approximately one adult for every four scouts.

With sufficient interest, Scouts who sign up for the Salt Mine Campout may also participate in a second Badge-Earning Program, this one at the Cosmosphere, a few miles from the Salt Mines. This program will begin at 7:30 am Saturday, January 17, 2015 (requiring a Friday overnight stay somewhere nearby to be determined). This is a custom program designed for Troop One by the Cosmosphere, allowing participating Scouts to earn the Engineering Merit Badge, completed in time to get to the Salt Mines.

The cost of this program is $50/Scout and $20/adult.

There is a seperate signup for the Salt Mine Campout and the Engineering Merit Badge at the Cosmosphere. If you wish to participate in the Engineering Merit Badge, please be sure to sign up for BOTH events. If you only want to camp in the salt mine, sign up only for the campout. Signup deadline is November 15th.

You can sign up on this site or through Anita Anthony.

Due to required deposits and time constraints, space may be limited.

Camp Loughridge Campout

Posted by admin on Sep 9 2014 - 12:13am

The September campout (9/19 - 9/21) will be tent Camping at Loughridge. Facilities within walking distance. Meals by Patrol Method. Merit Badge and Service Hour Opportunities TBA. 

Mulberry River Campout

Posted by admin on Apr 25 2014 - 1:42am

The May float trip is the weekend of May 17th.  Al Helwig is an expert canoe instructor and was the ranger on the Mulberry river for over 30 years.  He has agreed to float with us and teach the older  boys how to canoe or kayak.  The younger boys can ride in rafts with a couple of adults.

Everyone who wants to get on the water will need to have a current swim test. (May 5th at Paul Eagleton's House) The troop will cover the cost of camping, but any person that wants to go on the canoe trip will need to pay $50 by the COH on 4/28.
When signing up please list whether you want a canoe, kayake or raft. If you want a Canoe or Raft, we need to know who will be in the boat with them.  A Canoe can hold 2 or 3.  A Raft can hold 4 to 6.  A Kayak holds 1.

The younger less experienced scouts should be in a raft with an adult.

Summer Camp 2014

Posted by admin on Apr 25 2014 - 1:41am

Summer Camp Signup Ends May 1st!!!

First year Scout get 50$ off price (Thanks to Indian Nations Council!)

Please register online. In the note field please list:

  • Name of the Scout (Please sign up siblings separately)
  • Date of birth
  • Rank
  • Number of years attended Hale Scout Camp
  • 4 (four) merit badge classes the Scout wishes to take. ClickHERE for list. The Eagle required Merit Badges have a silver border. Soaring to Eagle counts as 2 merit badge class
  • If the Scout is a member of an Indian Tribe. (this helps determine the size of donation Tribes give to Indian Nations Council)
  • Please either pay online or give cash or check to the troop treasurer. (If you pay online, there is a 3% additional fee. The website DOES NOT automatically mark that you have paid when you pay online.
  • If you are a Scouter that is attending, please email Mr Stapleton at t.s.looney@gmail.com and let him know what days you can attend.

An up-to-date Medical Form will need to be on file with Troop 1. Scouts that have not taken a swim test already, may take one at Camp Hale.

Click HERE for more information or to register.

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