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Troop 35 enjoys “camp-in”

While campsites are closed to groups, Troop 35 found a way to enjoy the outdoors by hosting a “camp-in.” Scouts pitched tents in their own backyards, cooked outside, and held a contest for the best-looking meal. They also got together … Continue reading

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Eagle Scout project helps community

Scouts from Troop 35 held a book drive to support the community, including the Epilepsy Foundation. The scouts sorted and boxed up hundreds of books as part of Robert W.’s Eagle Scout project. Many books will go to the Epilepsy … Continue reading

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Scouts work on merit badges during pandemic

Even with the stay-at-home order, scouts from Troop 35 are working toward earning merit badges. Some of the badges scouts are working on include Cooking, Family Life, Music, and Reading. For Eagle-Required Family Life, you must complete daily chores plus … Continue reading

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Welcome new scouts!

In the past several weeks, scouts from Troop 35 have attended multiple crossover ceremonies, where Webelos “cross over” into Boy Scouts. Troop 35 welcomes new Boy Scouts with a neckerchief, neckerchief slide, Troop 35 patch and epaulets. The new scouts … Continue reading

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Troop 35 goes tubing; two scouts earn Polar Bear award

Troop 35 had a blast tubing at Wilmot Mountain in Wisconsin. The scouts stayed at Camp Oh-DaKo-Ta, near Burlington, Wisc. Most scouts slept and cooked inside the cabin, but two boys earned the Polar Bear award. For the Polar Bear … Continue reading

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