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Boy Scouts of America Troop 50
Now in our 56th year
We are a group of young men and dedicated adults having FUN AND ADVENTURE in the great outdoors while living the principles of the Boy Scout Oath and Law.
We meet at Ebenezer United Methodist Church in
Troop meetings are on Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30.
Skiing and Snow Sports!
2015 Promises to be a big year for Troop 50. Starting with our annual skiing and winter sports trip and then moving to our Gold Rush February campout. In March we will be roughing it with a mountainman campout complete with shotgun and rifle shooting, cooking on open fires and night hiking through some untamed forests. More to come as the year moves to spring and summer!
January 1st: No meeting - New Years Day
January 8th: Snow Sports & OA Election - Perm Slips, Menus, Gear
January 15th: Weblos Night Preparation
January 17th - 19th: Ski Trip - 7 Springs PA
January 22nd: Webelos Night (Slide Show)/Bring a Friend- (Gear Goo - 6:30)
January 29th: Scout Skills Instruction and Uniform Inspection - Scouting for Food
Highlight of the month: Winter Sports!
Next Month: Gold Rush!
March is Mountainman!!
January Merit Badge Spotlight: Snow Sports and Personal Fitness
Snow Sports Merit Badge: Skiing and snowboarding are the fastest and most thrilling ways to travel on foot in snow country. These sports also provide the physical benefits of fresh air, rhythmic action, and strenuous exercise. Many games and contests give snow sports variety and added rewards.
Personal fitnes Merit Badge is an individual effort and desire to be the best one can be. Regardless of their current levels of personal fitness, in the twelve weeks it will take Scouts to complete the athletic requirements for this merit badge, they will be in better shape, feel better about themselves, have more energy, and gain self-confidence in their overall abilities.
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Last updated on January 4, 2015