Category Archives: Scout Values

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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Post President’s Day Update

Name the ONLY US President who was an Eagle Scout? Answer in the comments section if you know! Remember a scout is trustworthy, so no Googling! At this evening’s troop meeting Troop 35 welcomed ten of our newest scouts! So … Continue reading

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Scout Sunday – 2015

A scout is reverent. Sunday, February 8, 2015 is Scout Sunday. Every year Troop 35 scouts take part in Scout Sunday to thank Gary United Methodist Church for their support and prayers. Additionally, we prepare a sampling of our special … Continue reading

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Troop 35 is the place to be!

Scouts of Troop 35 you do NOT want to miss these upcoming events! Cabin Camping this weekend! Who:       Anyone and everyone who is a Boy Scout in Troop 35 – whether for a few years or a few days! What: … Continue reading

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Twas the night before Christmas…

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the camp It was “lights out”, and the ground was all damp. The Scouts socks were hung by the fire with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there; The … Continue reading

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