WELCOME to the online home of
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
525 Polly Drummond Rd., Newark, Delaware
Troop meetings are on Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30.
July is Summer Camp!
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. April is our annual Crossover weekend for new Scouts moving up from Weblos, and May will be a month with a climbing themeand June is whitewater rafting experience. More to come as the year moves into summer! In June we will be whitewater rafting on the Leigh River and then July is our annual week of summer camp. This year it will be Camp Eberly in western PA.
July 2nd - Fun night at Ebenezer and preparing for summer camp
July 9th - No meeting - Troop at Summer Camp
July 16th - No meeting - Summer Camp Recover week
July 15th - 25th - Alaska High Adventure - Canoeing in the outback.
July 25th - Scout Skills night, Cooking and First Aid, at Ebenezer
July 30th - Yorklyn Pool swim night - 2016 high adventure crew selling dinner!
Next Month: 2015 - 2016 Planning !
September is Beach Fun Weekend!!
July Merit Badge Spotlight:
Citizenship in the Nation & American Heritage
Citizenship in the Nation: As Scouts fulfill the requirements for this merit badge, they will learn how to become active citizens are aware of and grateful for their liberties and rights, to participate in their governments and protect their freedom, helping to defend their country and standing up for individual rights on behalf of all its citizens.
American Heritage: Every Scout swears to an oath that includes duty to his country. A better understanding of American heritage, the ways in which the past has lead to our present nation, is key to truly knowing what it means to be an American.
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Remember our motto: Be Prepared
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Last updated on July 4, 2015