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Asia East District

Asia East District Chairman: Dale Scholle
Asia East District Commissioner: Joshua Hickman
Asia East District Executive: Tawny Browning

District Advancement Committee:  ae-advancement@googlegroups.com
Submit Eagle Projects for approval, request Eagle Board of Reviews or general inquiries about any advancement issues.  Internet Advancement Reports can be sent directly to Paige Pennington, Council Advancements, at paige.pennington@scouting.org.

About Us:
Asia East District covers 33 Scouting units in Mainland Japan.  Units are comprised of American military and civilian families assigned to U.S. military bases and expatriate families living in Tokyo, Iwakuni, Sasebo, Nagoya, and Kobe areas. 
 
 

February District Committee Meeting

posted Jan 23, 2019, 8:29 PM by Asia East

When: February 20, 2019
Where: New Sanno Hotel and Camp Zama Scout Shop

January meeting minutes and February meeting information posted below. 

AE District Committee Meeting
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM JST

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St. Mary's Merit Badge Day

posted Jan 22, 2019, 7:27 PM by Asia East

When: April 6, 2019
Where: St. Mary's International School in Tokyo
Point of Contact: Todd Olsen with Troop 15

More details to follow on the Merit Badge day soon. 

OA Spring Ordeal

posted Jan 15, 2019, 7:11 PM by Asia East

When: March 29-31
Where: Tama Hills
Cost: Cost: $75 Ordeal Candidate (Includes Dues, Sash, Book, Patch & Meals)

                   $45 Brotherhood Candidate (Includes Sash, Meals, and Camping) 

                   $25 All Other Brothers (Includes Meals and Camping)

                   $10 Others Attending Dinner Only


Please contact John Harris with any questions or comments. 

2019 District Klondike

posted Jan 13, 2019, 5:47 PM by Asia East   [ updated Jan 29, 2019, 7:21 PM ]

When: February 22-24, 2019
Where: Ina, Japan by Nagano. Same location as last year's Klondike. 
Cost: $45 (5,400 yen) per youth
          $45 (5,400 yen) per adult

Registration is DUE FEBRUARY 4, 2019!
Please submit your unit registrations to Tawny Browning at tawny.browning@scouting.org. 

Backcountry Snowshoeing Challenge:

High Adventure option for 2019 Klondike

This half-day session is available for older, experienced scouts who want to go snowshoeing and work on the Snow Sports Merit Badge. These scouts will also serve as Klondike staff for half-day. It’s for scouts 14 and up, of at least a First-Class rank and who have previously attended a Klondike. 

Purpose: Experience snowshoeing in the backcountry and practice winter camping skills. 

(How do you snowshoe? How do you set up a tent/camp in deep snow? Join us to find out!)

Mission: Learn how to properly use snowshoes and go on a 3-4km winter hike with snowshoes. Set up a campsite in the snow and experience winter camping skills. Earn the Snow Sports Merit Badge.

Required Gear: Appropriate clothes including winter boots. Each participant must carry a pack with all of the 10 Scout Outdoor Essentials, including at least 1L water. Bring your mess kit/cooker to make hot chocolate. Each troop with participating scouts should bring one backpacking tent and one backpacking stove to practice setting up camp in the snow.

Snowshoes will be provided. 

Eligibility:  Scouts 14 and up, of at least a First-Class rank and who have previously attended a Klondike. (Exceptions possible with the recommendation of the Scoutmaster, and approval of the instructors.)

Snow Sports Merit Badge: Read the merit badge book ahead of time. Print out the pdf workbook from https://meritbadge.org/wiki/index.php/Snow_Sports and bring it with you. 

Pre-requisites: Look up the information for requirements 1 to 5. It’s in the MB pamphlet. https://www.troop33manoa.com/images/pdf/snowsports.pdf 

More details and instructional videos will be posted on Troop 610's website: https://sites.google.com/a/caj.or.jp/troop-610/scoutcraft/snow-sports-klondike

Signup: Indicate on the registration form which scouts would like to participate in this option. We need to know ahead of time. Depending on the number of scouts interested, we may run two sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. 

Instructor: Scoutmaster Shew (T610) and others


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