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Welcome to the Troop 11 website!  This site will be a valuable resource for you where you can find information about meetings, activities and announcements.  Please visit often.

Congratulations to Nate May; Troop 11's 99th Eagle Scout

Posted on Jul 20 2020 - 10:19pm

On Monday June 15th Nate May passed his Eagle Scout Board of Review to become Troop 11's first Eagle Scout of 2020 and its 99th Eagle Scout in the Troops 65 year history.  Everyone please join in congratulating Nate on this incredible achievement.

Summer Camp 2020

Posted on Mar 23 2020 - 8:05pm

As of today summer camp will still be running and while deadlines have been extended by the council I wanted to begin to get a headcount for who will be attending this year. Please see the attached for the information sheet on Wah-Tut-ca and the list of merit badges being offered. We’ll be covering merit badge choices with scouts during this Wednesday’s online meeting. So please share the list with your scout prior to Wednesday if he is planning on attending camp.

Adults attending trips with Troop 11 must be registered with the Boy Scouts of America

Posted on Oct 8 2019 - 11:39pm

The policy of Troop 11's Adult Committee is that all adults that attend Day or Weekend events with the Troop be currently registered with the Boy Scouts of America.  The purpose of this policy is to be sure that all adults attending trips with the Troop have taken the training for and agree to follow the Youth Protection policies of the BSA; this training is a requirement for becoming registered.  Registering with the BSA also allows the Council Office to run a simple background check on the adult registering.  This is an added assurance that we are taking the appropriate steps to protect the youth participating on our activities and events.  

Youth Protection Training

Posted on Oct 8 2019 - 11:36pm

In order to go on trips, ALL ADULTS must complete the new Youth Protection Training offered by the BSA. This is an online course designed to educate about keeping our kids safe from predators, and educate everyone on the rules the BSA has put in place to do just that.

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