Events

2015 – 2016 Events  (please refer to the troop Calendar)

September
11-13  Bike Hike/Camping Weekend
19       Bottle and Can Drive (Fox Patrol)

October
3-4 Webelos Woods Weekend
16-18 Mid State Trail Backpacking Weekend
24    Scout-O Nobscot Orienteering Challenge

November
6-8      Thanksgiving Dinner Campout
20-22  Turkey Shoot Campout

December
11-12 Rock Climbing Overnight

January
8-10 Winter Survival Campout

February
5-6 Klondike Derby Campout
7    Scout Sunday at Christ the King Catholic Church
10  Court of Honor
28 Patrol Ski Day

March
11-13 Freedom Trail Hiking Campout

April
8-10 Beaver Day (TVSR) Campout

May
27-29 Whitewater Rafting

June
11       Brownstone
17-19 Boston Harbor Islands Kayak Campout


Camping –  A lot of advancement requirements are camping related.  Scouts who camp more frequently tend to advance more rapidly.

There is also more time to work on general advancement requirements and skills during a campout.

Service Projects – Doing service projects together is one way that Cub Scouts keep their promise “to help other people.” While a Scout should do his best to help other people every day, a group service project is a bigger way to help people. While you’re giving service, you’re learning to work together with others to do something that’s good for your community.

Fund Raising – Paying your own way is a fundamental principle of the Boy Scouts of America. It is one of the reasons why no solicitations (requests for contributions from individuals or the community) are permitted by units. Young people in Scouting are taught early on that if they want something in life, they need to earn it.

Fundraising helps provide for summer camp, activities, uniform, equipment, and much more.

Outings – Excursions and field trips provide some of the most exciting parts of Scouting.  Boy Scouts enjoy many outdoor experiences as they participate in the variety of activities that can be held outside, such as field trips, hikes, nature and conservation experiences

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