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 in
Troop meetings are on Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30.
Mountain Man Camping!
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!
March 5th - Minimal Gear Instruction
March 12th - Shooting Instruction/Open fire cooking, Bring a Friend Night. trip permission Slips due - committee meeting following troop meeting
March 19th - Uniform Inspection and patrol time
March 20th - 22nd - Mountain Man Campout
March 26th - Youth Protection (Gear Goo 6:30)
Highlight of the month: Shooting and cooking mountain man style!
Next Month: Crossover!
May is Climbing campout!!
February Merit Badge Spotlight: Pioneering
& Rifle Shooting
Pioneering Merit Badge: Pioneering—the knowledge of ropes, knots, and splices along with the ability to build rustic structures by lashing together poles and spars—is among the oldest of Scouting's skills. Practicing rope use and completing projects with lashings also allow Scouts to connect with past generations, ancestors who used many of these skills as they sailed the open seas and lived in America's forests and prairies. The Pioneering merit badge was one of the original 57 merit badges issued by the Boy Scouts of America in 1911. It replaced the 1910 Pioneer "Badge of Merit". Pioneering merit badge is an option for the National Outdoor Badge for Camping.
Rifle Shooting Merit Badge: Unless a rifle is handled incorrectly or recklessly, it is not dangerous. A rifle, like any other precision instrument, is manufactured to perform a specific task and can do so at no risk to the user or others. By earning this badge, Scouts can develop their shooting skills while learning safe practices.
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Remember our motto: Be Prepared
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Last updated on January 4, 2015