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Welcome to Troop 301!

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BSA Troop 301 consists of a boys troop and girls troop. It is chartered through the San Carlos Kiwanis. Our troop meetings are held at the Tierra Linda Middle School in San Carlos, CA.  We are in the Redwood District of the Pacific Skyline Council.

 

 

 

We have approximately 35 scouts in our troop and we meet three Mondays a month at 7:30pm at Tierra Linda Middle School (750 Dartmouth Ave., San Carlos). We have at least one outing scheduled for every month. Our outdoor program has an emphasis on variety and includes; backpacking, rock climbing, day hikes, winter camping, deep snow camping, snowboarding & skiing, whitewater rafting, sea kayaking, summer camps, 50-miler treks and Philmont treks.

Our Troop 301 Mission Statement is:

  1. Strive to follow the Scout Oath, Law, and Motto in our daily lives.
  2. Emphasize a scout-led program with a variety of outdoor activities.
  3. Promote youth self-sufficiency in the wilderness and at home.
  4. Produce confident leaders who can lead by example.
 

Questions? Email  scoutmaster@belmont301.mytroop.us        

 

Memorial Day Grave Decoration (May 23) - Please register now

Posted on Mar 26 2020 - 10:37pm

Honor the men and women who bravely served our country. Help place American flags at each of the more than 190,000 graves at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno. Scouts and their families are welcome. If you plan to attend, please register by Sunday, April 5, so we can get an estimate count of attendees. https://belmont301.mytroop.us/node/4241  

Scouting from Home - Advancement Challenge

Posted on Mar 24 2020 - 4:31pm

If you are working toward Scout, Tenderfoot, Second Class, or First Class rank requirements, check out these attached documents that outline a 30-day challenge course for each rank that can help keep you focused on Scouting Skills from home!

Regular Meetings Cancelled

Posted on Mar 13 2020 - 1:11pm

Given current public health recommendations, Troop 301 will be cancelling regular meetings for the foreseeable future.

 So long as local schools are closed and the health department advises only small group meetings with 2-meter distancing, we will not meet indoors.  Please note that the next few weeks are a great time to work on advancement such as merit badges and rank advancement! Scouts can meet with merit badge counselors over the telephone – provided that the meeting takes place using a speakerphone and another adult is present to hear the conversation.  Scouts can work with their counselor and Ms. Nicholson to record progress through Scoutbook.

Sign-up Management!

Posted on Feb 26 2020 - 12:23pm

Please see the 5 recently added or updated event notices on the troop calendar that need your prompt reply for sign-ups!

1) We are requested to attend the Pack 83 Bridging Ceremony and Blue and Gold celebration this Sunday (March 1st) to welcome new scouts joining our troop!

Silver Beaver Awarded to Bryan Klech!

Posted on Jan 16 2020 - 7:37am

Congratulate our Scoutmaster Bryan Klech on being one of the Pacific Skyline Council's
2019
Silver Beaver!
Troop 301 has long benefitted from having Bryan Klech as part of our troops and I am proud to announce that his contribution to the Council has been recognized with the Silver Beaver Award -- the highest award that a Council can bestow. The award is presented by the National Council of the BSA to adult volunteer Scouters for their distinguished service to youth and their community.
The Council will present the Silver Beaver at the
Annual Council Awards Dinner
Tuesday February 25th
San Mateo Elks Lodge
229 West 20th Ave
San Mateo
6:30pm
All are welcome to join. Further information at: https://scoutingevent.com/031-EagleRecandCouncilDinner

Yosemite Logistics

Posted on Jan 15 2020 - 10:18pm

Hello Troop! We leave for Yosemite in just a week. We will meet at the usual Safeway on Ralston at Alameda de las Pulgas on Saturday 1/18 at 8am. Please arrive having already eaten breakfast, with a bag lunch, and ready to drive.  It is about a 4-hour drive into Yosemite. Because of the forecasted snow in the next week, the recommended driving route is through Merced and entering the park from the south via Highway 140.

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