In late February, Troop 155 enjoys tubing at Brandywine Ski Resort.
One of the wonderful parishioners from Northminster Church sent in this wonderful note of thanks about Michael Purchase and his friend Michael Kupper’s Eagle Projects.
During the winter a car collided with the gate behind the church and caused significant damage. Ethan Wagner took up the project to repair and replace the damage done.
The front signage at the Northminster Church was in need of some enhancement and Michael Purchase took up the charge as his Eagle Project.
The Troop camped at the Canfield Fairgrounds and hiked to Camp Stambaugh on Saturday for many fun events.
In August, Troop 155 visited Delaware State Park just north of Columbus. After spending a great time at the park, the troop went to the nearby caverns for a tour.
Tommy Kever’s family are all alumni from the Chapel Hill Christian School and he wanted to give back. They were in need of outdoor play spaces and the popular game is Gaga Ball. So, as his Eagle Project, Tommy found the materials and guided his crew through the assembly of a new Gaga Ball pit…
The Northminster church has had a bench seat behind the church for a while, but it had seen better days. Michael Kupper asked if he could replace the bench with a more modern and durable solution for his Eagle Project.
The scouts enjoyed a quick campout at Mr. Devine’s lake in July.