On Saturday, February 13, and Saturday, February 20, 2021, Scouts BSA Troop 126 will be having a bottle and can drive, to raise money for new dining shelters and exciting trips like skiing. Our troop is in Franklin, which means your contributions will directly benefit the youth of your community.
If you wish to donate bottles or cans, please drop them off at the Elks parking lot, 1077 Pond Street, on February 13 or 20, between 10 A.M. and 12 P.M.
On Saturday, October 10, 2020, Scouts BSA Troop 126 will be having a bottle and can drive, to raise money for camping equipment and exciting trips like whitewater rafting. Our troop is in Franklin, which means your contributions will directly benefit the youth of your community.
If you wish to donate bottles or cans, please drop them off at the Elks parking lot, 1077 Pond Street, on October 10, 2020, between 10 A.M. and 12 P.M.
If you are a Town of Franklin resident and are unable to come, but you would still like to contribute, please fill out our Google Form to have your donation collected at your curbside. Please complete the form by Friday at 5 P.M., and please have curbside bottles and cans out by 7 A.M. We thank you in advance for your contribution and your support for local Scouting!
On April 23rd and 25th, the troop went out and cleaned up Franklin for Earth day. In order to maintain social distancing. there were multiple sites to go clean up, and all of them were eventually cleaned of trash. This was a good way to give back to our community, while staying safe at the same time.
On January 24, the troop arrived at Camp Resolute for the Freeze-out, previously known as the Klondike Derby. We participated in really fun events, like sled racing. Even though it was extremely cold, the competition and games made it all worthwhile. Like always, the trip was a blast and everyone had a lot of fun.
On November 22nd the troop arrived in New Hampshire for our Hiking Trip. Our campsite was Camp Split Rock, which was about a 30 minute drive from the mountain. We spent the next day hiking up Mount Wachusett, which was a very fun hike. We stayed at the peak for about a half hour to see everything around us before going back down. It was a really fun trip and we all had a great time.
On October 25th, the troop went to Rocky Woods Reservation in Medfield to have a cook-off with each other’s patrols. There was never a winner announced, but everyone had a great time together. We also went on a hike during that trip as well, which was really fun.