BSA Troop 719 Drive Thru Pancake Breakfast!

We're Back! Troop 719's Annual Community Fundraiser to Support its Scouting & High Adventure Program!

Campaign Ended

Team Members

SHOGUN PATROL

$2,215

52 supporters

PEAK-ACHUS PATROL

$3,125

32 supporters

SLUSHEE PATROL TROOP 310G

$1,900

49 supporters

KAIJU PATROL

$2,022

33 supporters

BAD BATCH PATROL

$1,450

31 supporters

TAIGA PATROL

$1,520

29 supporters

SOGGY DOGGY PATROL

$900

21 supporters

Event

APR
24

BSA Troop 719 Drive Thru Pancake Breakfast!

Sunday from 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT

In Person

Add to Calendar 2022-04-24 07:00:00 2022-04-24 11:00:00 America/Los_Angeles BSA Troop 719 Drive Thru Pancake Breakfast! Thank you for supporting Troop 719! Due to Covid-19 precautions, ALL ORDERS WILL BE PLACED ONLINE through this site with DRIVE THRU PICK UP ON APRIL 24 2022. The drive-thru pick up will occur at Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute (1964 W. 162nd St, Gardena, CA 90247) enter parking lot on 162nd Street and exit onto Gramercy INSTRUCTIONS: Orders will be placed by 1) selecting the 15 minute time window you would like to pick up your Pancake Breakfast(s) and 2) selecting the number of plates you would like to purchase. Each time window will show the number of meals still available for purchase. You will also have an opportunity to make an additional donation and indicate your support for a patrol. Please note: when making your purchase, you will be asked if you wish to cover the transaction fees assessed to the Troop, and if you would like to give a tip to GiveButter, this platform site. The default response is yes, and 10%. These tips are optional and may be changed to "no" and 0%, respectively, prior to finalizing your purchase. If you have any questions, please email at [email protected] Thank you for your support! 1964 W 162nd St<br>1964 W 162nd St, Gardena, CA 90247, USA

Thank you for supporting Troop 719! Due to Covid-19 precautions, ALL ORDERS WILL BE PLACED ONLINE through this site with DRIVE THRU PICK UP ON APRIL 24 2022. The drive-thru pick up will occur at Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute (1964 W. 162nd St, Gardena, CA 90247) enter parking lot on 162nd Street and exit onto Gramercy INSTRUCTIONS: Orders will be placed by 1) selecting the 15 minute time window you would like to pick up your Pancake Breakfast(s) and 2) selecting the number of plates you would like to purchase. Each time window will show the number of meals still available for purchase. You will also have an opportunity to make an additional donation and indicate your support for a patrol. Please note: when making your purchase, you will be asked if you wish to cover the transaction fees assessed to the Troop, and if you would like to give a tip to GiveButter, this platform site. The default response is yes, and 10%. These tips are optional and may be changed to "no" and 0%, respectively, prior to finalizing your purchase. If you have any questions, please email at [email protected] Thank you for your support!

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We’re Back! For over 50 years, our Pancake Breakfast has not only been our most important fundraiser, it also is a long standing local community event and annual gathering of the Troop 719 family, friends and supporters in the Gardena/Torrance community. After a two-year pause due to the Pandemic, we are looking forward to seeing all of our alumni, friends and community supporters again at Troop 719’s 2022 Pancake Breakfast!

This year’s Pancake Breakfast will be a drive-through event at the Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute where you will be able to pick up your pre-ordered breakfast plates prepared by members of Troop 719 as our Scouts assist and deliver your breakfasts to your car.

Thank you to all of our troop family and friends who supported us in 2021 at our Bento Fundraiser with Cherrystones! With your support, we were able to continue our Scouting program and thrive as a Scouting unit. Even as the global health crisis played out close to home in our local communities, Troop 719 quickly adjusted its program to keep our scouts and families engaged and active; while staying safe as we followed public health and Scouting guidelines. By the spring of 2021, we began to incorporate in-person outdoor activities with our virtual meetings, starting with day hikes, progressing high altitude overnight hikes in the San Gorgonio Wilderness, and culminating in a week long backpack, camping and fishing long term in the Sierras with multi-night backpacking excursions into the Ansel Adams Wilderness. Later in the summer a couple of our scouts were able to complete a 60 mile trek at Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico. In the fall we also were able to continue our traditional Rock Climbing weekend at Joshua Tree National Park. In 2021, Troop 719 also continued its focus on the development of our scouts as leaders and rank advancement. We are proud that [two] of our scouts advanced to the rank of Eagle, with several more approaching that summit. Our Scouts also continued to support their community through assisting with food drives, toy drives, Halloween candy distribution, helping local families during Thanksgivng and other community events. We were happy to continue our troop’s annual tradition of honoring the memory of service members on Memorial Day at Green Hills Memorial Park and VFW Post 1961. At the beginning of 2022, an Eagle Scout of Troop 719 represented the troop as an honor guard and Grand Marshall escort at the 133rd Tournament of Roses parade. Finally, in 2021 we were proud to welcome the girls of Troop 310G as a sister troop, established in the tradition of Troop 719. Scouting did not stop at Troop 719 and we stayed strong and thrived by staying together.

As CDC, public health and GLAAC guidelines become less restrictive we are preparing a return to our more traditional backpacking and high adventure program that is a defining feature of Troop 719. 2022 will be the year the Troop returns to Mount Whitney in late July. With our treks beginning on the western slope of the Sierra’s and most routes over 60 miles, our activities will be focused on preparing and equipping our Scouts and parents for this challenging trek.

While this year’s drive through event will still will not be exactly like our past sit down Pancake Breakfasts, we are excited for the opportunity to serve and reconnect with our alumni, friends and supporting community as we look ahead to next year when we can sit together and once again enjoy each other’s company.

We’re looking forward to seeing you again! Please support Troop 719 as we resume our high adventure scouting activities! Your action during our fundraiser to purchase a Pancake Breakfast for drive through pick up (donation $10 per plate) and/or make a general or sponsorship ((click here for category descriptions) donation to the Troop will go a long way toward helping our Scouts resume our high adventure and other Scouting activities. Thank you for your continued support of the Scouts, families and community that is Troop 719!

If you’d like additional information about our Pancake Breakfast or about Scouting and Troop 719, please send an email to [email protected] Information about our troop can also be found at our public Shutterfly site: https://troop719boyscouts.shutterfly.com/

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