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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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Important Troop News

Posted on Oct 1 2018 - 7:09pm

Dear scouts and scouting families of Troop 390,

     I’m sad to inform you that due to the severe lack of Adult participation in our troop, we have reached the point where we can no longer offer the scouting program as it is intended. With this in mind our committee chair, Charter rep, and myself all see no way forward for this troop. Scouting is a volunteer organization, which requires dedicated volunteers, which we have a shortage of. The decision has been made that we will fold the Troop. 

     I’ve spoken to the scoutmaster of Troop 454, he would like to welcome all the boys that want to continue on from our troop. They meet Tuesday nights from 7 PM to 9 PM, at JFK middle school on Jayne Blvd. in Port Jefferson. I will be there at there meeting tomorrow Night. 

      There are several other troops in the area please feel free to give me a call and I can make a recommendation if this one does not work for you. I would like to see all the boys continue on in scouting. 

Thank you for the time and the privilege to serve the boys as their scoutmaster.

 Yours in Scouting, 

Ron Lamparter

631-236-7963 

Tonight’s troop Meeting is canceled Due to back-to-school night.

Posted on Sep 25 2018 - 4:02pm

tonight’s meeting Tuesday September 25th, 2018, is canceled, due Back to school night, we do not have enough adult leaders, and do to the inclement weather,  The elementary school will be used as the overflow parking for the teachers, they cannot park on the field where they have in the past. 

Baiting Hollow Scout Camp

Posted on Aug 14 2018 - 8:25am

What a Great week for our Mount Sinai Scouts at Baiting Hollow Scout Camp. Troop 390 Scouts earned 44 merit badges, participated in the Brown Sea Program, Black Powder Shooting, performed a conservation project, and earned too many individual Awards to list. We earned “Troop of the Week”, "The Earnest Thompson Seton Honor Troop" Award, The "Baden Powell Honor Patrol" Award, “Naturalist Troop” Award, 2nd place in Camp wide Games , 2nd place in Water Carnival, 2nd place in Anything Floats, 1st place in Chili Cook off, 3rd place Triva Night, 1st & 3rd. places for the Scoutmaster Shooting & Archery Competition. What an outstanding performance by all our Scouts. I am so proud of all of them. Thank you to Sean Sweeney and Trevor Satchell-Sabalja for spending the week, and Bill Stump for finishing out the week with us!

link to photo video: https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B1A5ON9t3ChAxj

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Summer Camp at Baiting Hollow

Posted on Aug 2 2018 - 3:43pm

Summer Camp is here!!! Are you ready!!!

The Troop will meet at the Baiting Hollow Scout Camp parking lot Sunday 8/5/18 at 12:30pm. Troop check in is at 1:00pm.

Arrive in class A uniform, with your class B Shirt on underneath. Bring your bathing suit and a towel as we will have to take the BSA swim test shortly after checking in. 

Please make sure your medical forms are turned in, if you have not turned in your medical form please bring it to Kim Dorius, ASAP.

Please fill out your merit badge classes.

Remember your Scout(s) should have enough Scout shorts or Scout bathing Suit/ Shorts , Troop t-shirts, or any Scout tee is fine, High Scout socks, to get them through the week. Scout Store is open late on Thursday and all day Saturday.

If you are not sure what to bring to camp, please call Ron Lamparter at 474-1973 home, or 236-7963 cell.

Ron Lamparter

Scoutmaster T-390

 

Summer Camp 2018- Medical forms are due, Please get them in as soon as possible!

Posted on Aug 1 2018 - 12:17pm

Medical forms for Summer Camp are due, if you are waiting for a physical kindly let Kim Dorius know (Cell Phone # 1-631-561-7788 or Email ; Kim52274@hotmail.com). This way we can properly prepare our camp documents.

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

 There is still time to sign up for camp, Scouting is outing, boys who camp, stay in scouts!  Scout camp is also the best opportunity to earn merit badges, awards and Advance in Rank. 

Check it out -Baiting Hollow Scout Camp:       https://www.sccbsa.org/bhsc

If you have any questions please give me a call 631-236-7963

 Yours in Scouting,

Ron Lamparter SM T-390

Pack 390 has invited us to join them on their Fishing Trip

Posted on Jul 10 2018 - 9:44pm

We have been invited to pack 390‘s Fishing trip. The Fishing trip is on the Osprey on July 20th (Friday) from 4-8, boarding at 3:30pm, fee, rod, bait and tip is $45, Pack your own food. money dropped off to Kim Dorius  (105 Hickory Street) by Monday July 16th. Make the checks out to Pack 390.

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