Troop 146

Washington Heights Church – South Ogden, UT

Event Calendar

Below is a list of our Troops upcoming events for the month. 

 

 

April 8th

Monday

Troop Meeting

6:30 – 8:00pm

Washington Heights Church

Class B Uniform


  • Rank Advancement work
  • Complete physical fitness requirments.  Will be outside running, doing push-ups, sit-ups, etc.  Wear your Class B uniform.

Citizenship in Society

Merit Badge Class
5:00pm @ Washington Heights

Patrol Leaders Council 
5:30pm @ Washington Heights

April 15th

Monday

Troop Meeting

6:30 – 8:00pm

Washington Heights Church

Class A Uniform


  • We will be working on the Dentistry merit badge with Dr. Pobanz
  • Troop will travel together from the church to his office and back.

Pobanz Orthodontics

April 22nd

Monday

Troop Meeting

6:30 – 8:00pm

Washington Heights Church

Class A Uniform


  • Permission slips for Vernal Campout handed out.
  • Grub planning for Vernal Campout
  • Tonight we will be working on earning our Totin’ Chip cards.

What is a Totin’ Chip Card?

It Grants a Scout the right to carry and use woods tools.

 Click Here for more info

April 29th

Monday

Troop Meeting

6:30 – 8:00pm

Washington Heights Church

Class A Uniform


  • Bag Drag for Vernal campout 
  • Tonight we will be working on earning our Firem’n Chit cards

Grub/Camp fees and permission slips due for Vernal Campout.

What is a Firemn’ Chit Card?

Certification grants a Scout the right to carry matches and build campfires.

 Click Here for more info

May 3rd-5th

Friday – Sunday

Vernal Campout


 

 

More information to come.

May 6th

Monday

Troop Meeting

6:30 – 8:00pm

Washington Heights Church

Class A Uniform


  • Troop Elections!
More information to come.

May 13th

Monday

Troop Meeting

6:30 – 8:00pm

Washington Heights Church

Class B Uniform


  • Rank Advancement work
  • Complete physical fitness requirments.  Will be outside running, doing push-ups, sit-ups, etc.  Wear your Class B uniform.

May 20th

Monday

Troop Meeting

6:30 – 8:00pm

Washington Heights Church

Class A Uniform


  • Permission slips for Jackson Hole Campout handed out.
  • Grub Planning for Jackson Hole Campout.
  • Patrol Games
 

Summer Camp

Summer Camp for 2024 will be at Camp Morrison in McCall, ID.

July 21st  –  July 27th

Camp Preparedness Checklist

1)  Fill out the Summer Camp 2024 Intent form located here.

For Scouts & Adults interested in attending camp.

 

2) Fill out the Merit Badge Selection form located here.

Fill this out as soon as possible for best chance to get your top choices.

 

3) Pay first camp payment on or before June 3, 2024

Minimum 50% payment due:  $187.50 for Scouts, $70 for Adults

 

4) Turn in completed BSA physical form (parts A, B1, B2 &C) on or before June 24, 2024

Physicals are required for all Scouts and Adults attending camp. Form can be downloaded here.

 

5) Pay final camp payment on or before July 1, 2024

Balance of camp fees due.

Leadership

Troop 146 Leadership

November 2023 – April 2024

Youth Leadership

Senior Patrol Leader:

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader:

 

Raptor Patrol

Patrol Leader:

Assistant Patrol Leader:

 

Bear Patrol

Patrol Leader:

Assistant Patrol Leader:

 

Wolf Patrol

Patrol Leader:

Assistant Patrol Leader:

 

Krutina Patrol

Patrol Leader:

Assistant Patrol Leader:

Zack M.

Jacob N.

 

 

Aaron P.

Isaac A.

 

 

Gracen S.

Elijah B.

 

 

Brendan D.

Athen C.

 

 

Aiden C.

 

Adult Leadership

Committee Chair:


Secretary:


Membership Coordinator:

 

Advancement Chair:


Treasurer:


Outdoor Programs Chair:


Scoutmaster:


Assistant Scoutmaster:


Assistant Scoutmaster:


Assistant Scoutmaster:


   Assistant Scoutmaster:

Mr. Krutina

 

Mrs. Manspeaker

 

 

 

Mrs. Blankenship

 

Mr. Blankenship

 

Mr. Ballard

 

Mr. Nielsen

 

Mr. Edgerton

 

Mr. Manspeaker

 

Mr. Clough

 

Mr. Kirkland

Forms

Packing Lists & Permission Slips

April - MoabPermission SlipPacking ListParent Participation Form
March - Ropes CoursePermission Slip
Ropes Course Waiver (paper)

Ropes Course Waiver (online form)
Packing List
February - SnowcaveDay Trip Packing List
Overnight Packing List
Day Trip Permission Slip
Overnight Packing List
January - Ice FishingPacking ListPermission Slip
November - Antelope IslandPacking ListPermission Slip
October - Family CampPacking ListPermission Slip
September - City of RocksPacking ListPermission Slip

Other Forms

Scouts BSA Medical FormDownload Form

Useful Links

 If you encounter any problems with these links or would like to suggest a link be added, please send us a message through our contact form.

Pictures

Below are pictures from our campouts and activities. Feel free to download any/all pictures you wish.

Snowcave February 2024
Ice Fishing January 2024
Wreaths Across America December 2023
Feed My Starving Children Dec 2023
Antelope Island November 2023
Amethyst Lake August 2023
High Adventure July 2023
Camp Loll July 2023
Father/Son Camp June 2023
District Camporee May 2023
West Desert Camp April 2023
Service Project April 2023
Goblin Valley March 2023
Snowcave Camp February 2023
Klondike Derby January 2023
Snowshoe Hike January 2023
Wreaths Across America December 2022
Antelope Island November 2022
Family Camp October 2022

Location

Our Troop meets at Washington Heights Church in South Ogden, UT.

1770 E 6200 S

Ogden, UT 84405

 

We typically meet Monday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm.

Please visit our Event Calendar page for our current activity schedule.

 

 

  

FAQ's

Below is a list of Frequently Ask Questions.  If you have a question that is not answered here, please send us a message on our Contact Page.

This page is being worked on.  More FAQ’s will be added.

Troop 146 typically meets Monday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm at Washington Heights Church in South Ogden, UT.

The Troop schedule varies, so please visit our Event Calendar for the current Troop schdule.

Absolutely!  Boys are encouraged to visit a meeting  or two before joining a troop to make sure it’s the right fit for you.  You are welcome to attend any Troop meeting on our schedule.


When you arrive, please speak with an Adult leader and let them know you are visting and they will get your son introduced to the Troop.

We ask that all Scouts wear their Class A uniform to most all Troop meetings.  Occassionally we will wear Class B uniforms for certain activities and campouts.  The details of the Troop activity on our Event Schedule will let you know what uniform to wear.

 

Class A uniforms encompass the official BSA shirt, red BSA neckerchief with white lettering, BSA or green pants or shorts, BSA green socks if wearing shorts. BSA belt and Troop 146 hat.

 

Class B uniforms encompass the Troop 146 red t-shirt.

Uniforms can be purchased at the Ogden Scout Shop located at 1200 E. 5400 S. Ogden, UT 84403.


You will need to purchase the following items at the Ogden Scout Shop:
(Visit the “New Parents Info” section of our website for more details/pictures)

  • A tan Boy Scout Class A uniform shirt
  • A pair of BSA shorts or pants. *
  • A BSA belt
  • A red BSA neckerchief with white lettering
  • A BSA neckerchief slide
  • World Crest Emblem
  • Crossroads of the West shoulder insignia
  • Green shoulder loops or epaulets
  • Troop “1 4 6” number patches
  • A Boy Scout Handbook

    Note: Used uniforms may be obtained free from our Troop Uniform Exchange but are limited to quantity and sizes on hand.  Please see Mr. Edgerton or Mr. Nielsen at a Troop meeting to check our supply.

    *  Green pants of similar color to the BSA pants can also be used.


You will also need to purchase the following items from Troop 146:

  • Troop 146 hat
  • Class B Troop 146 T-Shirt (suggested you purchase more then 1, especially if you will be attending summer camp)

Additional Troop 146 items can purchase if you wish.  Those include:

  • Troop 146 hoodie
  • Troop 146 beanie

Please visit the “New Parent Info” section of our website at this link.

Camping on Sunday is not a requirement for our Troop, however we return home from most of our campouts on Sunday morning/afternoon. 

 

We understand some families have committments on Sundays that conflict with this schedule.  In such cases, parents are more then welcome to pick-up their Scout from camp Saturday afternoon/evening or choose to skip the campout all together.

 

Our reasoning for this is to provide the Scouts with the best possible experience.  Allowing Scouts to spend an extra evening together not only provides more nights under the stars away from the distractions of the world, but also allows them to bond more as troop mates and friends.

 

If you have any questions or would like to discuss this further, please reach out to Mr. Nielsen.

It is an award Scouts can earn that grants them the right to carry and use woods tools.  The Scout must show their Scout leader, or someone designated by their leader, that the Scout understands their responsibility.  The Scout’s “Totin’ Rights” can be taken away if they fail in their responsibility.

It is an award Scouts can earn that grants them the right to carry matches and build campfires.  Scouts must show their Scout leader, or someone designated by their leader, that they understand their responsibility.  The Scout’s “Firem’n Rights” can be taken away if they fail in their responsibility.

Contact

Please use the below form to contact us with any questions. 

We will be in touch with you as soon as possible.