Category Archives: Citizenship

Troop 35 enters the 21st century…

Depending on your source, Troop 35 was founded in 1912 or 1923 – long before all of today’s scouts. Regardless, Troop 35 is one of the oldest continuously chartered scout troops in Illinois. The troop is fortunate to have been … Continue reading

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The wreaths are here!

This weekend you should see Troop 35 scouts scurrying around your neighborhood delivering wreaths and holiday cheer. They worked hard to sell their wreaths and now they will be delivering them. That’s a lot of fun and a lot of … Continue reading

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Troop 35 Newsflash – Sept 26, 2013

News: Wreath Sales are underway and going strong – total so far is over $13,000 towards our $60,000 goal – we can do it! Congratulations to Brandon B and William W for being our “Top Dog” for weeks 1 and … Continue reading

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Adam’s Eagle Project this Saturday!!

  Adam K’s Eagle Project Workday is this Saturday!! Adam has chosen to aid the Morton Arboretum remove invasive plant species. Each year the Arboretum struggles to control the invasive plants on the grounds. Your help is needed!! We will … Continue reading

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NYLT – 2013

The Boy Scouts are about developing tomorrow’s leaders. Just ask the first seven astronauts, or check out this list- Famous Boy Scouts, or, ask a community leader or business owner, chances are they were a Boy Scout, at one time, some … Continue reading

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