Category Archives: Scouting skills

Monday update on Tuesday morning…

I don’t mean to rub it in, but it is wonderful here; the weather is just right with warm days, cool nights, low humidity, clear skies and the prospects for the remainder of the week are the same. You can … Continue reading

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One more day….

One more day…. It is the day before camp and I need to pack and finish a multitude of other need to do tasks and all through the house, and probably twenty or so other homes!…. The past couple of weeks … Continue reading

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Camping Update – 4/22/2012

Troop 35 had a great time this past weekend at Starved Rock State Park near Utica, Illinois. Twenty scouts and seven adults enjoyed the adventure, which for nine of our new scouts – their very first outdoor camping experience as … Continue reading

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Taj Mahal – Troop 35 style!

Cleaning up after breakfast in the new ‘Taj!’

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Scout Sunday 2012

A Scout is Reverent. A Scout is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties. He respects the beliefs of others. Scout Sunday is generally observed on the first Sunday in February, however the United Methodist Church - Troop 35′s … Continue reading

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