Boy Scout Troop 444

Boy Scout Troop 444

Comments

A Big Thank you Boy Scout Troop 444 for hosting our Elks Lodge Youth Week on Sunday, 2 May 2021.
Good Morning Elks Family and Community Friends. We are happy to announce that our Annual Flag Day speaker will be our very own Cochise County Sheriff's Office - Mark J. Dannels Sheriff. Ms. Trudy Berry, retired Cochise County School Superintendent and Ed Stone will also read the response and History of our Flag. Boy Scout Troop 444 Boy Scout Troop 444 will present the flags.
Calling All High School Seniors: The Most Valuable Student Scholarship Contest is now open. The MVS Scholarship is open to all graduating High School Seniors that are US Citizens. You do not have to be an Elk or related to an Elk to apply. The top awards of $50,000, $40,000 and $30,000 will be announced in April 2020.

The remaining 14 finalists will receive $20,000 each. 480 other deserving national finalists will receive $4,000 scholarships to support their college education. Please go to: https://www.elks.org/scholars/news.cfm?StoryID=119242 Buena High School (Arizona) Center for Academic Success SV Tombstone High School JROTC Boy Scout Troop 444
Flag Day Ceremony at the Sierra Vista Elks Lodge #2065. A big thank you to all that attended, the American Legion Post 52 Riders (American Legion Riders Post 52), the Disabled American Veterans Fry Chapter (DAV, Fry Chapter 14 - Sierra Vista) and the Boy Scouts Troop 444 (Boy Scout Troop 444). ***More pictures to come.
**Shout Out to the Boy Scouts** A BIG β€œThank you” goes to Boy Scout Troop 444, their Scout Leader and Elk, Scott Pierce, and Bear Carlile, PER / Lodge Secretary, for re-constructing the fence out in front of our Lodge. They spent Wednesday evening fixing and treating the wood, rebuilding the fence, and will continue to add reinforcements next week. The fence serves as a soft barrier to protect our Lodge and the Military Service plaques located to the left of the front door.

Scout Law A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.

Operating as usual

10/03/2021

If you are at Art in the Park today come stop by and get you Ice Tea, Lemonade, Arnold Palmer, and Water!

If you are at Art in the Park today come stop by and get you Ice Tea, Lemonade, Arnold Palmer, and Water!

09/27/2021

Big shout out to the Boy Scout Troop 444 from Sierra Vista for making #NationalPublicLandsDay a success at Coronado National Memorial.

Apart from sprucing up several of our trail and collecting garbage, this day was full of lots of smiles and laughs. Thanks to this dedicated troop and all volunteers out there who take care of their public lands!

NPS Photo: Boy Scout Troop and Park Rangers posing after a morning out on the trail.

09/04/2021

Troop 464 has a scout that will be working toward his eagle project, and could use your assistance if your youth has the time to do some service.

1st Event is a Dime to Donate, for his fundraising. It is 6 Sept 12-9pm at Texas Roadhouse. Additional Details are provided on the attached flyer.

2nd Event is the actual Eagle project 11 Sept at Saint Andrew's Church starting at 0900. It is a great way that scouts can help each other across the District, as well as provide service to the community.

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 08/19/2021

Tonight the boys were awarded their Merritt badges from all the events they have done over the summer. Great job to all including all the parents involved!

06/03/2021

We want to say congratulations to Tommy Nealis for getting your eagle today!

We want to say congratulations to Tommy Nealis for getting your eagle today!

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 03/25/2021

Yesterday the boys went and explored the Audie Murphy and Medal of Honor Museum. This place was amazing! We recommend you go see it

02/26/2021

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen
One of our scouts will be working on his Eagle Project today and Saturday. If you would like to help please come join us.
Please if you come out Saturday please bring a long sleeve shirt and long pants we will be dealing with concrete
Things that will be much appreciated to bring:
Shovels
Rakes
Hoses
Date : February 26th
Time: 4:30pm to 7:30 pm
Place:Sierra Vista Elks Lodge

Date: February 27th
Time: 8:00 am
Place: Sierra Vista Elks Lodge
Food: Hot Dogs and Hamburgers

Thank You for your time

Ps we are also looking for donations to help with concrete

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 12/19/2020

These young men just finished10.7 miles in 6 hours, and that includes 30 min lunch! Great jobπŸ‘

12/12/2020

This Wednesday we will be at Schlotzsky's from 4-6 to help with the Fire Fighters toy drive. If anyone wants to donate before please get with one of our boys or parents and we can arrange pickup.

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 12/03/2020

Boys today worked on chess Merritt badge.

11/27/2020

COVID19 Bell ringing Volunteer Opportunities 2020

Who would like to ring the bell for volunteer hours. If so please contact them and let us know you are doing it too. Must have a parent/adult with you though

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 11/12/2020

We want to sent a thank you to all our veterans out there. Today some of our boys spent the day honoring veterans. One helped a veteran get groceries and put them away. While another held the POW flag for Douglas veterans day parade.

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 10/25/2020

We did a 5 mile hike today with 6 youth and 3 adults. Was a great day with good friends!

10/18/2020

Wanted to pass this around for anyone who might want to do this.

Wanted to pass this around for anyone who might want to do this.

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 10/01/2020

Tonight we were able to award 31 total Merit badges and 6 ranks kids did amazing over the summer.

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 09/27/2020

Was not at camp all weekend so I didn't get many pictures. Boys were able to finish canoeing and kayaking Merritt badges.

09/27/2020

Ribs tonight for dinner

Ribs tonight for dinner

08/13/2020

Knot competition

Knot competition

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 07/25/2020

Our summer camp was fun

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 07/23/2020

Day 4 the majority of the boys completed their Kayaking and Pioneering they built a monkey bridge and also worked on Horsemanship. Kids are having fun

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 07/21/2020

Second and 3rd day at camp has been fun!

Photos from Boy Scout Troop 444's post 07/20/2020

First day at summer camp today they worked on Nature, Weather, and Trail to First Class.

06/18/2020

Boys tonight did their First Face to face scout meeting here at Veterans park. We discussed what Merritt badges they want to do for their build their own summer camp planned for next month. If anyone has kayaks or canoes we can borrow for a week in July please let us know.

Boys tonight did their First Face to face scout meeting here at Veterans park. We discussed what Merritt badges they want to do for their build their own summer camp planned for next month. If anyone has kayaks or canoes we can borrow for a week in July please let us know.

How to Whittle Your Own Tent Stakes 06/17/2020

How to Whittle Your Own Tent Stakes

https://boyslife.org/outdoors/ask-the-gear-guy/168706/how-to-whittle-your-own-tent-stakes/

How to Whittle Your Own Tent Stakes Q: My troop is going camping, and we lost our tent stakes. Can we use whittled sticks?

06/11/2020

We will be at Veterans park on Wednesday if anyone wants to drop off canned food.

Thunder Mountain Church has asked us if we would help with a canned food drive. Please contact us through our page, through the email, or contact one of our adult parents/leaders to arrange a no contact pick-up.

06/01/2020

Thunder Mountain Church has asked us if we would help with a canned food drive. Please contact us through our page, through the email, or contact one of our adult parents/leaders to arrange a no contact pick-up.

Thunder Mountain Church has asked us if we would help with a canned food drive. Please contact us through our page, through the email, or contact one of our adult parents/leaders to arrange a no contact pick-up.

05/19/2020

Easy DIY Fire Starter

Boys let's see your fire starters.

04/05/2020

Great article abut an important part of your uniform...be prepared

COVID-19 FAQ | Boy Scouts of America 04/02/2020

COVID-19 FAQ | Boy Scouts of America

COVID-19 FAQ | Boy Scouts of America In-Person Unit Activities Q: Should we hold in-person Scouting meetings, outings, or activities? With safety in mind and based on guidance from national health officials, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is strongly advising that in-person meetings, activities, events and gatherings of 10 or more peo...

04/01/2020

We want to see the boys do this!

Photos from Blue Grass Council, BSA's post 03/31/2020

Photos from Blue Grass Council, BSA's post

03/28/2020

Merit badges that can be worked on while at home during Coronavirus outbreak.

-Always check with your scoutmaster for approval before starting a new merit badge.

-Most of these will require online research during this time so be sure you have completed your Cyber Chip first.

-Remember to always use speaker phone when talking with a counselor with a parent present or copy parent or another leader into any emails you send regarding merit badges.

– do not adopt or buy a pet/animal just to complete a merit badge if you don’t plan to keep it.

– Remember some requirements require supervision so ask a parent or counselor about these before you start.



No outside requirements:

*American Business, Animation, Basketry

*Collections, Electricity, Electronics

*Energy, Entrepreneurship, Family Life

*Fingerprinting, Genealogy, Home Repairs

*Model Design and Building, Nature, Painting

*Personal Fitness, Personal Management, Photography – but shots might be limited

*Plumbing, Programming, Reptile and Amphibian Study, Wood Carving



Can be done with no outside requirements depending on options chosen:

*American Heritage – #2 Choose 2 options if you choose 2c it could be done over the phone, skype, or family members you can visit. #4 choose 2 options a & c could be done by online research if you choose 4b avoid visit or see if there are virtual tours available.4d would have to be done at a later date, 4e would have to be done at a later date

*Animal Science – depending on what type of farm visit you do it might have to occur at a later date, The Avian option has a option to do this through videos

*Archaeology – #7 choose 2 if you choose option A you will need to do at a later date, #8 choose 1 option A will have to be set for a future date, #9 choose 1 option A will have to be done at a later date

*Astronomy – #8 all options would have to be done at a future date

*Bird Study – If you have a variety of birds in your neighborhood/yard. #8 choose 1 option A would have to be at a later date

*Chemistry – #7 Choose 1 Option A, C, D would have to be at a later date

*Citizenship in the World – #7 choose 2 option c could be done online through email/skype etc, option d & e would have to be done at a later date

*Coin collecting – #10 choose 1 option d is the only one what can be done without being in the community, also might be hard to get all the coins needed if not going into the community but is possible

*Digital Technologies – #8 do two options d&c would have to be done at later date, #9 do one option b would have to be done at later date

*Drafting – #6 choose 1 option A would have to be done at a later date

*Emergency Preparedness – #7 work with councilor to figure out how to complete

*Leatherwork – #5 choose 1 option d would have to be done at a later date

*Moviemaking – #3 choose 1 option 1 would have to occur at a later date

*Nuclear Science – #3 choose 1 option A would have to be done at later date, #4 choose 2 option D would have to be done at a later date, #5 Choose 1 option c would have to be done at a later date

*Pets – #4 A & B might have to be done at a later date

*Pulp and Paper – #7choose 1 all options besides e would have to be done at a later date

*Railroading – #8 choose 1 option A could be done without outside exposure option b would require at least part to be done at a later date

*Reading – #4 could read to younger children if family, read to those listed over skype, or other method, record your own books/magazines and send to those listed, or can be done at a later time, check with your counselor on how you can meet this requirement

*Robotics – #6 choose 1 option A would have to be done later

*Safety – #4 would have to use photos or other options to complete or do at later date, #6 project should be home or talk with counselor about possible other locations that would be safe

*Sculpture – #2 choose 2 option c would have to be done later or possibly online tour

*Soil and Water Conservation – #7 Choose 2 option a would have to be done at later date

*Stamp Collecting – #7 choose 2 option b would have to be done at a later time

*Sustainability – Several options can include community but could be done without community

*Textile – #3 choose 2 option A would have to be done at a later date



Depending on counselor outside requirement might be ok to be done as on online virtual tour

*Art – #6 will have to be done at a later date or check with counselor about an online tour

Has a requirement that would have to he completed once safe to join community events

*American Labor – #2 would have to be done at a later date

*Bugling – could learn skills needed and then serve once meeting resume

*Composite materials – Work with councilor on how to set date and time for projects

*Cooking – camping and trail section to be done at a later date

*Dog care – #8 would have to be done at a later date

*Fire Safety – #10 B & C could possibly be done from home or at a future campout, #11 would have to be done at a later date

*Gardening – #5 would have to done at a later date

*Medicine – #7 Should be done when threat of exposure to illnesses are at a minimum

*Public Health (Might be an interesting one to do now) – #5 would have to be done at a later date

*Radio – #7 would have to be done at a later date, also might be had/expensive if family doesn’t have the equipment need

*Signs, Signals, and Code – #7 would have to be done at a later date

*Soil and Water Conservation – #7 would have to be done at a later date

* Weather – #9 choose 1 option b would have to be done at a later time, #10 would have to be done at a later date

03/28/2020

Videos (show all)

Address


1 Elk Ln
Sierra Vista, AZ
85635

Opening Hours

6:30pm - 8pm
Other Nonprofit Organizations in Sierra Vista (show all)
Loved Ones of the Incarcerated - LOI Loved Ones of the Incarcerated - LOI
2160 Fry Blvd Suite C-5/205
Sierra Vista, 85635-2736

Helping families with loved ones incarcerated. We are here to listen, to encourage, to guide.

Sierra Vista Amatuer Boxing Team Sierra Vista Amatuer Boxing Team
255 W Wilcox Dr
Sierra Vista, 85635

501c3 Non-Profit organization Meets at Buena Health Fitness Center. 255 W. Wilcox Dr. - Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 Saturday 9:00 AM - 12PM

Warrant Officer Association Arizona Silver Chapter Warrant Officer Association Arizona Silver Chapter
P.O. Box 1203
Sierra Vista, 85636-1203

The Warrant Officer Association Arizona Silver Chapter is a non-profit organization focused on community service. Members volunteer their time helping the community and conduct fundraising events for scholarships and local charities or services.

Arizona Native Plant Society, Cochise Chapter Arizona Native Plant Society, Cochise Chapter
Sierra Vista, 85635

This page is a forum for the Cochise Chapter of the Arizona Native Plant Society.

Horizon Health and Wellness Horizon Health and Wellness
655 N. Garden Ave, Suite D
Sierra Vista, 85635

Integrated primary care and behavioral health organization with a wide range of services for all ages & stages of life.

Sierra Vista Area Gardeners' Club Sierra Vista Area Gardeners' Club
Sierra Vista, 85636

The Sierra Vista Area Gardener's Club is for area residents with an avid interest in high desert gar

Miss Southeast Arizona Scholarship Pageant Miss Southeast Arizona Scholarship Pageant
Sierra Vista

This page is monitored by Miss Southeast Arizona Director, Mary Hyder, and Miss Southeast Arizona 2013, Natalie J. Sanchez.

Heroes Healing Heroes Outdoors Heroes Healing Heroes Outdoors
Sierra Vista

We start where medicine ends!!! Our mission is to provide disadvantaged American Heroes healing through outdoor activities.

Cochise & Western Model Railroad Club Cochise & Western Model Railroad Club
680 Fort Ave
Sierra Vista, 85635

Come visit us at 680 Fort Ave and see our large HO and G scale layouts.

4P 4P
Sierra Vista

4P is creating solutions for trauma victims & their journey through education and advocacy. 4P supports the development of community anti-slavery planning.

Feed My Sheep Feed My Sheep
597 E Fry Blvd
Sierra Vista, 85635

A community iniative to bring churches and people together to assist those less fortunate in our community to live happy, healthy and whole lives.

CANTERsvaz CANTERsvaz
7388 E Chief Joseph Dr
Sierra Vista, 85650-8520

The mission of CANTER is to promote the health and independence of individuals with disabilities/special needs using equine assisted activities.We are accredited by PATH International that sets the standards for therapeutic riding centers.