This is only the Troop 3 events. Please go to the CALENDARS page to see the Troop/Crew/B-P consolidated calendars.
NOTE: ALL REGULAR CREW MEETINGS ARE 6:00 PM.
Our first meeting was on February 1, 2019. It was a great meeting working hard on their Scout Rank.
Working towards Eagle Scout rank is a great adventure!
Since we know how to work hard and as a team, we get more out of learning and achieving. You Go Girl!
SENIOR PATROL LEADER
ASST. SENIOR PATROL LEADER
Scouts BSA now allows there to be female troops, but the troops cannot be coed. In our troop, we have some of the boys from our venturing crew help our girls in advancements because they are Eagle Scouts. We feel this is beneficial, as the girls can better understand what being an Eagle Scouts is all about.
We are trying to keep the OUTING in SCOUTING. In addition to the two troop meeting, we try to get out 1-2 time in the month. These outing can be camping, hiking, biking, canoeing, and so forth. Most outings will relate to merit badge work and rank advancements in one way or the other.
Aside from paying the National associated fees, our yearly program and overhead for the year is $85. The total registration will be about $110 for new youth members. If you will be multiple registered, please talk to us about applicable fees.
There are other associate cost related to summer camp and other activities that you would pay to participate in the ones you will attend. The troop will work with you, if times and finances get challenging.
Fundraising is an opportunity to raise money to help pay for your scouting program. There will be several opportunities to work on these.
Please contact us if you want to visit. We want to make sure we have enough supplies for you to participate. Our troop meetings are Friday evenings...but we do not meet every Friday. So feel free to join is.
Outdoor Ethics: CLICK HERE
Flag Etiquette: CLICK HERE
Flag Etiquette: CLICK HERE
Flag Ceremonies Opening: CLICK HERE
Flag Ceremonies Closing: CLICK HERE
Boy Scout Oath meaning: CLICK HERE
Boy Scout Law meaning: CLICK HERE
Boy Scout Outdoor Code: CLICK HERE
my.scouting: CLICK HERE
Eagle Extension Request (pdf)
*Cooking, and Game design.
American Business, *Communications, and Public Speaking,
*Camping, *Emergency Preparedness, *Lifesaving, Music, Nuclear Science, *Personal Management, and *Swimming.
Art, Basketry, *Communications, Painting, *Sustainability, *Swimming, and Wood Carving.
Architecture, Athletic, Camping, *Cit Community , *Cit Nation, *Cit World, *Communications, *Cooking, Disability Awareness, Dog Care, Drafting, *Family Life, *First Aid, Gardening, Geocaching, Landscape Architecture, Music, Pets, *Personal Fitness, Public Speaking, Reading, and *Sustainability
Backpacking, *Camping, *Citizenship in the Community, *Citizenship in the Nation, *Citizenship in the World, Climbing, *Emergency Preparedness, *Family Life, *First Aid, Fishing, Fly Fishing, Golf, *Hiking, Inventing, *Personal Management, Scouting Heritage, Wilderness Survival, and Woodwork.
Backpacking, *Camping , *First Aid, Geocaching, *Hiking, Orienteering, Pioneering, and Wilderness Survival.
Art Sculpture, Basketry , *First Aid, Leather Working, Indian Lore, and Wood Carving,
Astronomy, Mining in Society, Movie Making , Photography, and Space Exploration.