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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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early August check-in

It’s been a wonderful summer and Troop 35 scouts have been making it happen….. 34 scouts and several adult leaders spent a week at Camp Tesomas – working on scout skills and merit badges, swimming, boating, and spending time at … Continue reading

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Just a little taste of Tesomas

As some may already know I had the opportunity of going with the troop to summer camp this year as an adult leader for the first time, being the past summers I was on staff for the summers since i … Continue reading

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