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Troop 270

Boy Scouts of America
California Inland Empire Council
Mt. Rubidoux District
Troop 270

Chartered June 1, 1987
Riverside, California, USA

Michael McVeigh, Scoutmaster
June, 2013 to present

Melissa Perkins, Committee Chairwoman
August, 2015 to present

Linda Jenkins, Former Troop Committee Chairwoman
2012 to May, 2014

Don Herweck, Former Troop Committee Chairman
1910 -2012

Doug Moore -First Past Scoutmaster
2008 - May, 2013

Tom Gebelin, Former Scoutmaster
River Valley District Award of Merit Recipient, 1998

Troop Meetings:
Mondays, 7:00 PM

First United Methodist Church
4845 Brockton Avenue
Riverside, California, USA

Between Ramona & Terracina
across from the Central Middle School field

We meet in the "Scout House"
(a stand-alone  building behind the church)

Scoutmaster message of 6/15/16:
Please sign up for the upcoming campouts. We need to have you signed up and paid at least Two Weeks before the campout in order to properly have time to put them together.

June 17th – 19th – Carpentaria State Beach – Please meet at the Scout House by 5:00PM this Friday if you are going on the campout. They will be leaving the Scout House by 5:30PM. Be sure to wear your Class “A” shirt. Also you need to have eaten Before you arrive. They will Not be stopping for food no the way to the campground.

July 17th  – July 23rd – Summer Camp
August 5th – 6th  - Backpack Trip

At our next Troop meeting ( June 20th) the Scouts will be conducting a Sports activity. Please be sure to wear your Class “B” under your Class “A” uniform and wear some sort of “tennis shoes”.

The Adams Street Cleanup has been rescheduled it for Saturday, July 2nd. We will  do the Adams street cleanup and then go over to the Scout House to do our cleanup there in preparation for our July 4th fundraiser. We need All Scouts and Adults to pitch in and help!   We will meet at 8:00AM at the parking lot of the industrial complex at the SW corner of Adams and Lincoln Ave. This should only take us about  1 – 1-1/2 hours to complete then head over to the Scout House.  For the Scout house cleanup we need all Scouts and Adults to give whatever time they can. We especially need mowers, weed trimmers, and blowers. We will take whatever time you can give.

We have our Annual July 4th Fundraiser coming up. All proceeds go to the Troop to support the program. Each family is requested to donate two cases of soda pop and one case of water. PLEASE be sure to only purchase “Name Brand” sodas since that is what sells. Please NO diet at this time. We are also taking monetary donations to offset the purchase of the goods we will be selling to increase our profit for the boys.  If you can help out a list of these items will be at the meeting for you to donate towards. We also will need some EZ-Ups and Ice Chests for the day. You can get further details at our Troop meetings.

We will be conducting our Annual Yearly Planning for campouts and activities on Saturday, July 2nd. We need all Scouts and Scouters to bring their ideas of things to do and places to go so we can plan another awesome year!! We will provide lunch.

We still have several Scouts and Scouters who have Not filled out new permission forms and medical forms for 2016. These forms are required to be every year per National. Information and forms can be picked up at the Troop meetings.

We are going to Camp Chewanakee for Summer Camp in July.  We need you to make your Final payments to Mr. Grace Now since we have made the final payment. If you signed up and are not able to go please note that it is too late to remove you from the roster. You are responsible to still pay the monies or find a replacement.  This is a Great Summer Camp and probably one of the Best in California. It is located in the Sequoia National Park with its own fresh water lake! Starting at the next Troop meeting please start turning in your physicals and permission forms. We need to have all of the paperwork in place within the next few weeks.

The Troop is in the planning stages of organizing a trip to Northern Tier in Minnesota. This is a BSA High Adventure Camp. A youth must be 14 years of age OR 13 years of age and completed the 8th grade by date of participation. We need to get commitments in order to know how many slots we need to put in for. If you are interested please sign up ASAP. A deposit is due now.

Please be sure your dues and any outstanding camping fees are paid to the treasurer. We have had several outgoing expenses lately and would appreciate your payments.

Knot of the week for the next Regular Troop meeting on June 13th   will be Square Knot

Thank you,
Michael McVeigh

Troop 270 site

Current and Upcoming Events  

Adobe PDF file Troop Calendar 2016  (updated 2/12/16)

Photo Pages  

(including committee minutes
 and calendar)


Troop Information Package  


The Eagle's Nest  

Whoops!  (Things that went wrong) 

Past Projects and Events


This-n-That (Including 10 essentials) 

Invitation to Submit Content for This Site

Scoutmaster's Minute

Fun and Interesting Stuff

Scout Submissions 

In Memory of Don Hull

In Memory of George Fajardo 

In Memory of Frank Willette  

Things to consider when
selecting a Boy Scout Troop

Grandma Randleman's pancakes 
(A Troop 270 camping tradition)

Troop Positions  

Outdoor Cooking 
Submissions welcome!

History Page (Any interest?)
A Scout can creat one as part of the Communications Merit Badge!
Look at the MB book and talk with Stan.

Dennis the Menace cartoon

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(Scout Law)

On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country
and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong,
mentally awake, and morally straight.
(Scout Oath)

As an American, I will do my best to -
Be clean in my outdoor manners
Be careful with fire
Be considerate in the outdoors, and
Be conservation minded.
(Outdoor Code)

Be Prepared!
(Boy Scout Motto)

Do a Good Turn Daily!
(Boy Scout Slogan)

"May the great Scoutmaster of all Scouts be with you until we meet again."
(Scoutmaster's Benediction)

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