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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 … Continue reading
Well done, Troop 35!
Troop 35 honored scouts who advanced in rank and earned merit badges at a Court of Honor ceremony at Gary United Methodist Church in Wheaton. From Scout to Eagle, all ranks were represented. Well done, Troop 35!
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Scouts speak at Wheaton City Council meeting
Troop 35 scouts working on the Communication merit badge attended the Wheaton City Council meeting Monday night, and Wheaton Mayor Phil Suess asked them to address the council. The boys shared their names, troop, and why they were there. You … Continue reading
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