First Year Scouts

The Methods of Scouting

Methods Specifically, the BSA endeavors to develop American citizens who are physically, mentally, and emotionally fit; have a high degree of self-reliance as evidenced in such qualities as initiative, courage, and resourcefulness; have personal values based on religious concepts; have the desire and skills to help others; understand the principles of the American social, economic,…

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Adults/Parents play an important role in the Boy Scouting Program!

Help with Boards of Review (BOR) Be an active Merit Badge Councilor Organize and run fundraiser(s) Hold a position in the Troop Committee Be an active Assistant Scoutmaster and attend outings Be a driver or health monitor for an outing Help you son go grocery shopping when he is the Patrol Grubmaster Bring a snack to pass…

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Become a Volunteer with Troop 51

Become a Volunteer If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and joining Troop 51 Start by attending Troop Committee Meetings. This will allow you to see how the Troop operates and start to understand where help is needed.

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Troop 51 Parents Meeting

Here is a link to our Google Doc Presentation of the Parents Meeting. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1RgMAtmrnVgxx_sSnd71DX44G4m9n89fPph0S916RTL0/edit#slide=id.i0

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Where is the T51 Warehouse

This post was created to try and use as many of the common search terms as possible to help members get the address of our warehouse, the facility we store our gear at. Because our gear is here, we meet to load the trailer and on the day of the outing… leaving from here. Additionally,…

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A Message from the Scoutmaster

Welcome to Little Chute’s Troop 51. We are a Boy Scout Troop that is chartered by American Legion Post 258 since 1992, with origins going all the way back to 1922 (see our About page). Troop 51 is a very active youth group with a focus on fun and teaching the boys good values and leadership.…

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Scouting is an individual’s journey

A Scout has fun, makes friends, and advances at his own pace. The Troop provides him with resources & opportunities. It has been said that picking a Troop is like picking a College.. every Scout should visit several Troops and see what they do and how it feels. Some Things Scouts Do… ATV Riding Backpacking…

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Overview of Boy Scouts

Scouting is different than Sports! Boy Scouts is different than Cub Scouts. Boy Scouts is a year round program for boys age 11 to 17 and has been around for over 100 years!

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Webelos Visits

As Webelos work to earn their Arrow of Light, there are opportunities for visiting Troops. Troop 51 recommend you visit at least 3 to see that they are not all the same.

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