Troop for Girls Open House

Troop 35 is excited to offer a new troop for girls. Pass the word along about our open house on Tuesday, April 12, 7–8:30 p.m., Northside Park, Girl Scout Cabin, 1300 N. West Street, Wheaton. Join us for skills stations followed by s’mores. Leaders will be available to answer parent questions. RSVP with contact information to committee.chair@wheatontroop35.org.

  • Troop 35 is a 100-year-old troop with a long list of Eagle Scouts
  • New troop is open to girls ages 11-17
  • Weekly Tuesday evening meetings
  • Monthly outdoor activities and camping
  • Summer camp at Tesomas in Northern Wisconsin
  • Growing troop led by scouts and guided by a strong group of adult leaders

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Welcome to Troop 35!

It’s an exciting time of year when Webelos become part of a Scouts BSA troop. Many of them even cross over a bridge as a symbol of the journey. In one of the photos, you’ll see a scout crossed over virtually, through cell phone technology. Troop 35 welcomes the newest scouts and looks forward to continuing the scouting adventure together.

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Troop 35 enjoyed trip to Milwaukee

Scouts from Troop 35 visited the Harley-Davidson Museum and the Sprecher Brewery in Wisconsin. Many of them earned the engineering merit badge, and they sampled all kinds of soda. Take a look at the photos below.

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Top wreath sellers celebrate

Thank you to the top wreath sellers! They celebrated with a party at Dave & Busters. Troop 35’s only fundraiser each year, the Christmas greenery sale helps to fund campouts, equipment and more. Troop 35 will start selling again in early fall.

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Congratulations to Troop 35’s newest Eagle Scout

Ben Blaser has earned Eagle, the highest rank in scouting. To become an Eagle Scout you must complete the requirements for the ranks of Scout, Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star, Life and Eagle. You must earn at least 21 merit badges, serve in a leadership position, plan and develop a service project, complete a Scoutmaster conference and Board of Review. Well done, Ben. You are now among an elite group in Scouts BSA.

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