Schedule for the year is up! Pictures are up!

Our schedule for 2014-2015 is now up in the Troop calender!  Things may slide a bit as they are booked, but it looks to an exciting year!

Also, all the pictures I have from the trips this year are now up.  Take a look and get some good laughs in!

2014-2015 Leadership!

Patrol dividing went very smoothly on Wednesday, I was really impressed with how the Scouts handled themselves in creating their own patrols.  We're starting the year with three patrols - Eagle, Raven, and Beaver (unless I mixed the names up, which is possible!).

Our Senior Patrol Leader for this year is Skippy!

Our Assistant Senior Patrol Leaders are Will, Tim, and Ethan!

Our Patrol Leaders are Stephen, Chase, and Brian!

Looking forward to a GREAT year, especially with our 50th birthday coming up in three short months!

Remember to be reasearching those trip ideas now and getting them to your patrol leader!  The Patrol Leader's Council will be using that information to create the schedule at the end of this month!

Our newest Eagle Scout!

Congratulations are in order to Sherveer, who passed his Eagle Board of Review tonight!  Sherveer becomes Troop 48's 114th Eagle Scout!

His project was at Acorn Hill Lake over the summer, where the benches were repaired and repainted, the neighborhood signs were replaced and lit, and the gardening was spruced up.

This is a pretty good couple of months for Sherveer, who (with his brother) was the first Scout in the country to earn the brand new Sikh Religious Award and who just completed his third 50 miler earlier this month.

Congrats again, we're all very proud of you!

First meeting of the year - 9/3! New patrols forming!

Hello everyone! Summer is almost over, and that means the beginning of a new Scout year!  Scouts, make sure that you are at the meeting on Wednesday, September 3, as the Scouts will be forming new patrols, electing their patrol leaders, and choosing their leadership!  These patrols will be together until the patrol decides otherwise (could be four weeks, could be four years!), so it's important that you don't miss this meeting!

Don't foget to register for the MS 150 as well!  Directions were sent out via e-mail on how to register!

Massachusetts = success!

Just wrapped up a great summer trip!  Whitewater rafting, hiking in Mohawk Trail State Forest, a zip line course, a trip to Boston, and a 50 mile backpacking trip on the Appalachian Trail from Straton, Vermont to Mt. Greylock, Massachusetts... this is one that no one will soon forget!  

Pictures up in a few weeks when I have a chance to gather and sort them!

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