First Aid Competition Tonight – remember your Popcorn forms

Troop 26;

I hope that you all had a great weekend! We will be having a First Aid competition at our regularly scheduled Troop meeting tonight, 7pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, please make a point to bring your first aid kits and review any and all first aid in your handbooks. Anything covered in your books for Tenderfoot through First Class rank is fair game for the competition! I have listed a summary of those skills below.

Please remember to bring your Popcorn forms and any money you have collected so far to the meeting! Mrs. Frost has some great weekly prizes she will be giving out to top sellers. Last week, Michael (our top seller for the week) won some free passes to the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman! What will the top seller win this week? Come to the meeting to find out.

At our last meeting, the Troop decided to have a campout during the weekend of November 8 in the Little Belts. If there is snow, we will have snowshoeing and sledding at this campout. If not, we will have some Fall nature hikes at gorgeous locations like Memorial Falls. Please make room on your calendar to join us at this campout.

I look forward to seeing you at the meeting tonight!

Yours in Scouting,

Mr. Weissman

Aaron Weissman
Scoutmaster, Troop 1026, Great Falls, MT
Vice President for Program, Montana Council
Boy Scouts of America

I used to be a Fox, and a good ole Fox too! W5-315-11-1

First Aid

Master the following skills:

  • First aid for relatively minor emergencies including minor cuts and burns, blisters, bites, nosebleed, frostbite, sunburn, poisonous plants, eye injuries, and heat exhaustion; bandgage ankle, head, arm, and collarbone (see Tenderfoot requirements 11 and most of Tenderfoot requirement12b, part of Second Class requirement 6c, and First Class requirement 8b)
  • First aid for more serious emergencies including choking, stopped breathing, serious bleeding, poisoning, rabid bite, snakebite, shock, heatstroke, hypothermia, and heart attack (see Tenderfoot requirement 12a, Second Class requirement 6a, most of Second Class requirement 6c, some of Tenderfoot requirement 12b, and First Class requirement 8d)
  • Transport injured (see First Class requirement 8d)
  • Make a first aid kit (see Second Class requirement 6b)

Read in the Boy Scout Handbook pages 59 (poisonous plants), and 288-329 (first aid).

Materials needed include would cleaning and bandaging material for practice, moleskin for practice, splinting material for practice, a first aid kit for demonstration, materials for making personal first aid kits, and a Boy Scout Handbook.

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