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Outdoor Program Sampler
Troop 582 has a very active outdoor program, because that is where the fun is. We DO a huge variety of things in Troop 582. From staying the night on a submarine, to sewing clothes to keep you warm in the wet northwest. From overnight camps to week long treks through the mountains. Swimming, kayaking, river rafting, SCUBA, rock climbing, horseback riding, gold panning... well watch the video and see if you can count all the different activities! And then come DO them with us, its more fun if you're there!
Desert Camp is Coming up - Don't Miss it!
Here comes the fun, Desert Camp is *the* introduction to camping for newly crossed over scouts.  It is so fun that every year we come back to the same spot and all the families and older scouts come too.  New Scouts spend their first night with their troop guides (older scouts), and join the rest of the troop the next day. 
Ready to Join Troop 582?
Family Handbook *New April 2014
For new families and old alike, we have put together a family handbook , please note that this document is about 3MB and may take a few moments to download. A free PDF reader is available from Adobe.

Outing Permission Form
Please open and fill out a copy of the permission form, print at home and don't forget to sign the form (either electronically or physically after printing).

Calendar
Check the Calendar!
Most of the fun and adventure in Scouting is concentrated in our day, overnight and longer trips. They say three quarters of scouting is
(sc)...outing.
Check the calendar now for upcoming outings. Sign up at the troop meeting, more details can be found on the private site.

Annual Dues
Pay your annual dues at the Picnic or transfer electronically.

A Cook's Tour of the private site.
Plus info about SharePoint, Office 365 Professional, Controlling email forwarding, etc.
Having Trouble? Need help?
Email info@T582.org for assistance or contact Frank Long
Troop 582 is sponsored by "Concerned Northshore Parents for Scouting"
a 501(c)3 charitable organization.

Space for our regular meetings is provided by Northlake Lutheran Church
as part of a relationship for which we are very grateful.