Scouts from Troop 353 participated in the Volunteer New York’s 9/11 Serve + Remember event at the Westchester County Center, putting together literacy kits for preschool kids in under-funded school programs.
Even darkness can’t prevent us from getting a little fishing in.
When fishing for scouts, it is important to use the correct bait.
Hammock + campfire + popcorn = chill.
A little rain doesn’t stop us from having fun in camp.
Our Eagle-candidate guest built a really-impressive shelter.
One of the scouts who braved the rain and slept in his shelter.
“Be Prepared” sometimes means having a unique way to haul your gear to the car.
Scouts from Troop 353 camped at Seton Scout Reservation in Greenwich, CT for Wilderness Survival Weekend. We had a lot of fun building shelters in and around the campsite, even though it rained a little. Scouts had the option to sleep in their shelter, and if they didn’t want to, they slept in their tents. Several scouts finished the Wilderness Survival merit badge.