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Camping - Backpacking - White Water - Rockets - Summer Camp - Canoeing - Hiking

 Boys interested in becoming Scouts are always welcome to visit a Troop 651 meeting.  We meet every Thursday from 7pm – 8:30pm. Check the calendar for location and times.

Venturing Crew 651 is open to young men and women between the ages of 14 - 20. 
Our Crew meets once a month to finalize plans for our activites.  Check the calendar for exact dates.

Captain America role inspired by real life Eagle Scout

Posted on Apr 5 2014 - 2:23pm

Congratulations to Our ILST Graduates!

Posted on Apr 5 2014 - 1:46pm

The following Scouts completed Inroduction to Leadership Skils for Troops this Saturday.  Each of them has earned the right to wear the "Trained" patch.

Julian C. - SPL
Justin G. - ASPL
Timothy C. - Scribe
Chris S. - JASM

Danny S. - Patrol Leader, Saints
Gabe N. - Asst. PL - Saints

2014 Spaghetti Dinner Family Night - Friday, April 11th

Posted on Apr 4 2014 - 11:45am

For all tickets sold, please submit moneys to Mr. Norris.  Feel free to download flyer for distribution (see attachment).  We still need items for our silent auction, if you have donations, please bring them to the next troop meeting.   Preparation details will be announced via email.   

Lowe's Grants For Life Scouts

Posted on Mar 31 2014 - 8:32pm

Life Scouts - You still have the opportunity to apply for a $100 grant from Lowe's for your 2014 Eagle Project, but time is running out! More information on applying for a Lowe's Grant can be found here. Submissions accepted now thru 5:00 pm on April 20th.

Summer Camp 2014

Posted on Mar 26 2014 - 9:25pm

Last Call! You must reserve your spot this week if you want to attend camp! Please talk to Mr. Norris ASAP if you have not already reserved your spot for summer camp.

New Merit Badge: Mining in Society

Posted on Mar 24 2014 - 8:12pm

You only have to go back as far as the 2013 National Scout Jamboree for a striking reminder of what mining’s meant to this country. Even the subcamps were named after the many historic West Virginia mines.

And now, through BSA’s latest Merit Badge introduction – Mining in Society, you can explore not only this rich history but also the many ways that the results of mining touch and improve your own life.

BSA, in partnership with the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME), officially launched this exciting new merit badge during the SME Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, UT, in late February. This merit badge experience is enriched by the participation of merit badge counselors recruited from within SME’s highly experienced ranks.

Here’s just some of what you can explore through this merit badge’s requirements:
• How every aspect of society relies on mining in some way
• The importance of mining and minerals in our everyday lives
• The key components of mining: exploration, permitting, excavation, processing, production, safety, and reclamation

The Mining in Society Merit Badge Pamphlet is available in-store and online now. Get yours today!

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