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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



Troop Fishing Trip

Posted on Jun 22 2016 - 8:07am

Thursday July 7th, from 4:30pm to 8:30pm

We will be going fishing, on the Osprey this is a 4 hour trip.  This is event is open to Scouts, Family, and Friends.

Please arrive at Port Jefferson Harbor parking lot, all the way to left side (west), at 4:00 pm, bring a bag Dinner, or snack, and water. Please wear your class B uniform.

Cost per Scouts, friends, Adults $ 45.00, and Children under 11 $30.00,  make check payable to BSA Troop 390.

Please sign up ASAP.  Contact Ron Lamparter at 631-236-7963 or rlamp.390@optonline.net

Summer Camp 2016- Medical forms

Posted on Jun 22 2016 - 8:07am

Medical forms for Summer Camp are due, if you are waiting for a physical kindly let me know, so we can properly prepare our camp documents.

If you need a Medical form click on the attachment below and print it.

Thank you

Committee Chair

Kim Dorius

Cell Phone # 1-631-561-7788 or Email ; Kim52274@hotmail.com

White Water Rafting Trip

Posted on Jun 9 2016 - 9:13pm

Please note the change in time, kindly be on time. Print and bring the attached Waiver or fill one out Saturday at 6:00am

Meet a Mount Sinai Elementary School Saturday June 11th, 2016 at 6:00am Bring a bag lunch and some money for Dinner. Wear Class B uniform, bring bathing suit and towel. 

Bring a change of clothing in a Ziploc bag,  if you have a day pack bring it.  Please don't forget sunscreen, and water!

Return to Mount Sinai Elementary School at 9:00pm This is a Day Trip.

Scout Raft Rally Premier Whitewater Dam Release Trips : On-River Time: 3.5 - 4 hours,  Minimum height 44 inches

This rafting trip boasts some terrific scenery and even more adrenaline-pumping Class II and Class III rapids! Rafting through the Lehigh River Gorge in the Poconos is as good as it gets on these Premier Whitewater Dam Release Dates. Trip 3 will test your teamwork and paddling skills. You’re likely to get soaked in the very first set of rapids, and stay that way all day long!

Boy/Girl Scout Rate = $61.00/person, Sign up ASAP!!! 


Court of Honor Tonight

Posted on Jun 6 2016 - 2:34pm

Dear Troop 390 scouting Families,

Tonight we celebrate the achievements of our boys, please come and join us at the meeting.

Please fell free to bring a dessert, chip, soda, plates, napkins, coffee. etc.. Thank you!

Yours in Scouting,

Ron Lamparter

Scoutmaster T-390

Memorial Day Parade of Flags *CANCELLED*

Posted on May 30 2016 - 4:50am

A Message from Mr Fred Drewes-Heritage Park

Good evening ....or Good morning,

Rain is sure to fall tomorrow/today. Unfortunately the Parade of American Flags is cancelled for Memorial Day.  I will miss the chance to fly our flags on this important national holiday.
See you on Independence Day!
We should all remember the members of our Armed Forces who have given their lives to defend our nation's heritages and ideals of democracy. 

Poppies are featured in the legendary poemFlanders Field by John McCrae: (1915)

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

This is the reason why we planted annual poppies in the Court of America around the stone recognizing the five branches of our Armed Forces. The first image below displays these beautiful symbols of remembrance. The second image is of a wreath set in place today to help visitors to the Avenue of America to remember the meeting of Memorial Day.
Thank you for your continuing help with our Parade of American Flags. 






Calverton National Cemetery - Flags Placement Day - Saturday, May 28, 2016

Posted on May 27 2016 - 5:27pm

Saturday May 31, 2014  Please arrive in Full Class A uniform, at 8:45am. Event starts at 9:30am, There is always heavy traffic, so plan accordingly. 

This is open to Scouts, Friends, and Family. ALL that attend will receive a patch

Bring water, and a long screwdriver to make the holes in the ground for the Flags.

God Bless our Troops!


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