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For over 100 years, Scouting has provided an opportunity for youth to become involved in a program that teaches strong positive moral and ethical values, citizenship involvement and responsibility, and personal fitness in an environment that is family centered and fun for everyone. Scouting has been defined as "fun with a purpose".

Scouting provides opportunities for boys to experience one day, weekend, or week long camping programs, learn and explore their community, emergency preparedness, first aid, how to swim, teamwork, good sportsmanship, nature study, environmental awareness, and so much more.

Scouting is a great way to get a boy involved with boys of the same age in a program that has something for everyone, regardless of athletic ability, social, economic or ethnic background, and is a program that has lasting values for the rest of his life. The skills learned in Scouting stay with the person through their adult life, and many times those adults give back to the community from what they learned and experienced.

Finally, Scouting is a year round program and is always there for boys to return to who are involved in one or more seasonal sports. Scouting does not compete with other youth organizations; it works in harmony with them and the adult leaders of those organizations.

So, "Join the Scouting Adventure"! It will be one of the best decisions a family can make to help grow as a person and to learn values that last a lifetime.

 Yours in Scouting,

Ronald E. Lamparter

Scoutmaster Troop 390



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Change of location for troop meeting starting 3/13/17

Posted on Mar 20 2017 - 6:21pm

 Please note on the following dates the troop will be meeting at the high school cafeteria.

 3/13, 3/20, 3,27, 4/3, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8

5/15 we return to the Elementary school.

Troop CPR Class

Posted on Mar 6 2017 - 8:41am

Saturday March 11th, 2017 at 8:30 am. Meet in the High School  cafeteria. Please arrive early, prepared for class. There is a $35 fee for the book, certification card and lunch. I highly encourage all to come down and join, parents this is a great skill for you to have as well. This is a skill that can save somebody's life, what you learn here can make a difference in your family or a friend's life.

There is still room in the class not too late to sign up. Please contact Kim Dorius at 631-561-7788.

The Webelos are coming! The Webelos are coming tonight.

Posted on Jan 30 2017 - 9:38am

We will have guests from Cub Scout Pack 390 who are interested in joining our troop. Please arrive early 7:20 pm.  In full class a uniform and bring your handbooks.  This is how our troop grows, please talk to and engage with the boys, tell them about scouting and what our troop has to offer. If you are on able to attend tonight's meeting kindly reach out to your patrol leader and inform him as soon as possible.

yours in Scouting,

Ron Lamparter 

SM T-390

TMR Ice Fishing Trip Tomorrow Friday 1/27/17

Posted on Jan 26 2017 - 9:44pm

Meet at the Mount Sinai Elementary School  Friday 1/27/17 at 6:00pm. Bring Bag a Dinner. Wear Class A uniforms.  We are staying in heated Cabins with running water, indoor bathrooms  and electricity. We will be sleeping on cots, similar to the ones at summer camp, so plan accordingly.  Remember a Scout is prepared, bring Winter Gear, dress in layers, heavy warm coat, hat, gloves, insulated boots, and extra socks. Board and card games as well.

We will be returning to the Mount Sinai Elementary School  Sunday 1/29/17 at 3:00pm 

 If you have not signed up you still have time.

Link to Ten Mile River Scout Camp; http://www.tenmileriver.org/.   

No troop meeting tonight, the school will be closed due to the impending nor'easter

Posted on Jan 23 2017 - 11:31am

 Please note that tonight's meeting is canceled, the school has notified us that they will be closed due to the impending nor'easter. Please don't forget we have a trip this weekend to TMR for ice fishing

Cradle of Aviation Museum, Robotics merit badge Tomorrow

Posted on Dec 29 2016 - 4:46pm

Meet at the Elementary School tomorrow,  Friday  12/30/16 at 9:00 am, we should be returning around 3:00pm. Make sure you complete the attached prerequisite form, you need this to complete the merit badge. Don't forget to bring lunch or money to buy at the red planet Café at the museum. 

The Following Scouts are signed up ; John Lamparter, Louis Corrente, Jake DeBlasio, John DeBlasio, Gianluca Ferrara, Brendan McHale, David Barbakoff, Nick Carillo, Sean Sweany, Timothy Stanley, Gerard Henninger, and Steven Wilcken.  if you want to come, there is still time to sign up!!!

We will be doing the robotics merit badge, a 3 1/2 our program which includes, learning the essentials needed to be an engineer, learning about the robotics industry and its importance to our space program. Design,  build, and test a robot. Explore different careers in the robotics field, please note scouts will use Lego mind storm kits to construct the robots.  Cost is $30 per scout, museum fee only for adults, which will pay at the door.

 Please note there is a pre-requisite sheet attached, you need to print it out and complete it  before coming to the museum to complete the merit badge. 

 If you haven't signed up for this trip yet there is still time, please call Ron Lamparter at 631-474-1973 or 631-236-7963 

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