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Register for Tree Recycling

Each year Troop 150 has its only fundraising event. The troop pre-sells Christmas tree recycling service in November and December. Pre-mapped sales routes are used to sell our service. Then in early January we pick up and recycle all trees. Scouts and adults earn shares for their scouts account base on how much they participate. This activity is time consuming and takes effort by all scouts and parents. It teaches the scouts how to present themselves to the public, builds confidence, and teaches the rewards of hard work.

Register today at:

Please join us in thanking Angela Willis Owner/President  PrintSync Inc 6775 SW 111th Ave, #10, Beaverton, OR  97008 *  503-520-2000 She and Print Sync have been printing all the troop 150 recycling flyers for several years as a donation.  Anything you can do to thank and support PrintSync would be great!

2018-2019 Registration

Dear Scouts and parents,

It is time for you to register for the next calendar year.  You need to re-register each year if you plan on been a part of the Troop 150 Scouting adventure!

We ask all families to be complete the registration by October 15th 2018

Re-Register now! (link)

Jet Boat 9/23

We apologize for having to cancel this event!

Composite Materials Merit Badge

September 22 and 23, 2018

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM both days

Meriting with the Experts is proud to present the opportunity for Scouts to learn the Composite Materials merit badge. Composite Materials provides a great opportunity to learn how objects we see and use every day are made, from simple containers to the body parts of large vehicles and machinery. Learning how fiberglass, resins, and polymers are used will show Scouts how science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are used to provide important resources for everyone’s use and get a glimpse into great career fields in the future. On the mornings of September 22nd and 23rd learn from professionals how different materials are combined to create new ones with hands-on learning at Miles Fiberglass and Composites in Happy Valley, OR. While working on the merit badge you will also work on your own composite project to take home. Previous projects include hiking sticks and kayaks!

Confirm every merit badge class enrollment and partial work with Scoutmaster and Troop Advancement prior to registration. Bring Scoutmaster approved blue card to all Merit Badge events.

$25 per Boy Scout

Refund Policy
All Reservations are Nonrefundable.

Important Notes:

Parking available on property.

Attendance on both days is required to complete the merit badge and take-home project.

Miles Fiberglass and Composites
8855 SE Otty Rd
Happy Valley, OR 97086

Online registration closes Wednesday 9/19/18

BP 102

Thanks to all of you that went on BP 101 and now have the experience to take it to the next level

July 21-22 will be BP 102, Will be leaving church between 8-9am Saturday and returning mid-afternoon Sunday.  we plan on going to Elk Meadows near Mt Hood Meadows on the East side of Mt Hood.  We can adjust the trip from a 3 mile/800’ elevation gain to a 8 mile/2000’ gain depending on ability and strength of those attending.  So please sign up right away so we can plan accordingly.

We will need at least one other adult to attend (although more are always welcome).  It is a wilderness area and so limited to 12 heartbeats.  If we have more sign ups than this, we can split into two groups, which would require two more adults (at least one having gone on BP101).  Also we need one older scout to act as Scout trip leader.

Trip leader:  Hamish  Murray

Register to Go

BP 101 & 102

The troop is going backpacking in June and July.  We want you all to join us!

Both locations are TBD at this point, until we have our numbers.  If you and your parent are planning on going, please let your patrol leader know as soon as possible.   Both parents and scouts need to attend Backpacking 101 if they have not been camping with the troop before.  On the Backpacking 101 trip we train on the Philmont method of camping as a “Crew” and the importance of “Crew Gear.”

  • Wednesday, June 20th at Scout meeting, review of personal camping gear and menu planning.
    (see our Troop 150 Gear List)
  • Wednesday, June 27th at Scout meeting, going over crew gear, crew positions, and packing food.
  • Saturday, June 30th & July 1st BP 101 overnight (location is TBD).
    • Trip Leader = David Anderson
    • Scout Trip Leader = TBD
    • 2 days one night
  • Saturday, July 21st – Monday, July 23rd BP 102 (location is TBD).
    • Trip Leader = Hamish Murray
    • Scout Trip Leader = TBD
    • 3 day two nights

Note:  Plan on attending the meetings prior to 101 to get up to speed on both event

Camp Parsons 2018

This year we are going to Camp Parsons (link). Nestled within the shadows of the Olympic Mountains and on the edge of the Hood Canal.   It is an extra special summer, as Camp Parsons is celebrating its 100 year anniversary.  It is renowned as country’s oldest continuous Boy Scout camp West of the Mississippi!

What there’s more? Oh Yes. The pre-trip this year is an awesome Kayak adventure up the Hood Canal, culminating in beach landing at Camp Parsons itself.

See more information and register (link) to go Today!

Tree Recycling Customers

We are picking up trees this weekend, January 6th & 7th Starting at 9:00 AM.  You will need to have your tree out on the curb by 9:00 AM on the 6th for Pick up.  We only go by your house once in the weekend!  Make sure your pick-up tag is on the tree.  If you do not have a pick-up tag please email us at

We tried the app Text Now and lost the assigned phone number do to inactivity.  So if you try to call or text to (503) 663-8910 you will not get us.  we apologize if this causes you any inconvenience!

Please send all esquires to we will be manning that address all weekend.

Thank you for supporting Troop 150


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