The scouts visited the Mott’s Military Museum near Columbus in May. Check out the photo gallery for some of the interesting finds at the museum.
The scouts went to Lion’s Park to make it clean. They picked up trash and sticks to make the place shine.
For 2022 the scouts did a fundraiser for hanging baskets and many were sold.
City Councilman, Mike Brillhart, came to our scout meeting on May 1st. He came to help scouts get requirements for citizenship in the community finished. All scouts that came got what they need so it worked.
The scouts were tasked with making survival packs for Ukraine and to raise awareness about the war. They were trying to hit 200 but hit 198.
As usual the camp started on Friday and ended on Sunday. The camp lasted from March 18-20. The Quackins, Black Cobras, Gardners, and Devines all slept in adirondacks and there were 3 in tents.Friday there was a flag retirement and a thunderstorm. There was also a raccoon attack at night to the tenters. Saturday the…
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In September, the scouts participated in Troop 370’s Camporee in Port Clinton and Put-in-Bay. The scouts camped on the shores of Lake Erie at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton and rode the Jet Express to experience Put-in-Bay on Saturday. They visited the butterfly exhibit, the largest crystal geode and toured a winery.
On August 15th, 2021, Troop 155 went to Cabela’s in Avon, OH and purchased $1000 worth of camping equipment. This was made possible through a grant from The Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s Outdoor Fund. #OutdoorFund #BassProShops #Cabelas