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Troop 50 Summer Camp at Base Camp Powhaton - July 2018


  • Child Cancer B+ 5K 2019     Troop 50 members, families, friends, guests....as discussed during last weeks Troop Meeting, our own Scout Brett has joined the B+ Foundation to raise awareness for and ultimately BEAT CHILDHOOD ...
    Posted May 3, 2019, 7:08 AM by BSA Troop 50 DE
  • Cape Henlopen Campout April 2019     Troop 50 traveled to Cape Henlopen State Park for a weekend campout April 5th through 7th. During the weekend patrols visited a World War II bunker, worked on the Oceanography ...
    Posted Apr 17, 2019, 5:35 AM by BSA Troop 50 DE
  • Hope Dining Room Service Thursday January 31, 2019 Troop 50 made sandwiches for the Hope Dining Room. The service project was part of the Troop weekly meeting. Patrols decided, to add more fun, to ...
    Posted Feb 2, 2019, 8:33 AM by BSA Troop 50 DE
  • Electronics Museum Trip     The December 2018 day trip has been announced and we will be visiting the National Electronics Museum in Linthicum, MD (near BWI Airport). The trip will be on Saturday December ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2018, 6:53 AM by BSA Troop 50 DE
  • Pancake Report 2018     The 2018 Pancake Breakfast, the 41st overall, was yet again a very busy and successful day! Compliments kept coming all morning long. The troop, Scouts, outside displays, overall quality and ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2018, 12:24 PM by Mark Schweiger
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June Merit Badge Spotlight:
Cycling and Canoeing

Cycling is an option for the Eagle Rank. Scouts can choose to earn Hiking or Swimming instead.

Since 1911, hundreds of thousands of Scouts have made the most of their two-wheel adventures by earning the Cycling merit badge. Whether you just got your first bicycle or have been cycling for years, you will learn more about your bike and what it can do by working on the requirements for this badge.

For several centuries, the canoe was a primary method of travel for explorers and settlers. Today, it remains an important part of the wilderness experience and an enjoyable leisure activity that teaches communication, teamwork, and physical fitness.  


This Month's Items
June 2019
  • June 6th : Safe Swim Instruction ; Comm Meeting
  • June 13th : Geocaching - Gear Goo
  • June 14th-16th : Canoeing Camping Trip
  • June 20th : Pool Night
  • June 23rd-29th : LowHigh Adventure Trip
  • June 27th : Instruction TBD

Next Month's Items
July 2019
  • July 4th : NO MEETING
  • July 11th : Pool Night & CPR / Packing for Camp
  • July 14th-20th : Summer Camp
  • July 18th : NO MEETING - AWAY AT CAMP
  • July 25th : NO MEETING - CAMP RECOVERY / Comm Meeting

Service Opportunities
  • May 4th : White Clay Creek Creek Fest 12p-4p
  • August 11th : Family Service Setup 11a-12p @ EUMC
  • August 17th : Family Service Dinner Opportunity
  • August 18th : Family Service Take Down 8a-9a @ EUMC
  • November 24th : Family Service Setup 11a-12p @ EUMC
  • November 30th : Family Service Dinner Opportunity
  • December 1st : Family Service Take Down 8a-9a @ EUMC

Keeping the Promise 2018


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