Klondike 2019

February 2nd the Troop stayed at a site called Blackfoot in Plymouth, MA in a camp named Camp Squanto. There we had 12 scouts pull around 2 different sleds hoping to do the best in different activities. We had lots of fun, but unfortunately couldn’t stay the night because we had trouble getting to Plymouth. Each sled won a third place ribbon in 2 events, and everyone was cheery even through the below freezing temperatures.

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November 2018 Outing

November 16th – 18th the Troop went to Mount Monadnock and we stayed at Camp Wanocksett located in the Nashua Valley Council. 21 Scouts had to dig out spots in the snow for our tents on Friday night, and on Saturday we climbed nearly to the peak of the mountain. All the Scouts were ready to go home after, but had lots of fun!

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October 2018 Outing

October 6th – 8th the Troop attended MassJam held at the Barnstable County Fairgrounds in Falmouth, MA. All 27 Scouts participated in a number of fun events including Robotics, Geocaching, Archery, and Bottle Rockets, etc. The event was ended with a concert by country singer Jessie Chris. By the end of this trip, we were worn out, but made lots of great memories there as well.

 

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September 2018 Outing

September 21st – 23rd the Troop stayed at Camp Greenough Scout Reservation in Yarmouthport and spent Saturday on a pond kayaking, canoeing, and having a great time with each other.  The songs around the campfire that night were something to remember.  All 20 Scouts were worn out Sunday morning but it was well worth it!

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August 2018 ILST

August 24th – 26th at the Wrentham Sportsman’s Club we held Introduction for Leadership Skills for Troops, where the newly elected Patrol Leader Council got trained for their positions and learned about servant leadership, this was a great way to start our new Scouting year.

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June 2018 Outing

June 15th – 17th The troop traveled to Martha’s Vineyard off the coast of Massachusetts, 31 Scouts and 5 adults attended, we rode the ferry from Woods Hole, and camped at Camp Duarte, a small camp in Oak Bluffs. We spent all day Saturday at the beach, the weather was great, we put on sunscreen every 2 hours but some Scouts still got burned. Then we came home tired and happy on Sunday.

 

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