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Bottle Trailer Cleanup

Posted on Oct 22 2016 - 4:42pm

On Saturday, November 12th, right after Scouting for Food bags are dropped off the members of the troop will participate in the bottle trailer clean up.

Scouting For food

Posted on Oct 22 2016 - 4:39pm


The troop will participate in the Council “Scouting for Food” on Saturday, November 12th.  We will meet at the Village Parking lot to get routes.  Time will TBA

The Northern Lights

Posted on Oct 22 2016 - 3:35pm

As in the past, a Saturday morning orientation at the scout office will be on December 17th followed by the outdoor portion on weekend of January 6.

Novemember Camping Trip

Posted on Oct 14 2016 - 5:26pm

The troop annual “Garbage Can Turkey Dinner” will be held on the weekend of November 4th to Nov 6th at Camp Kingsley. The cabins only holds 18 campers so if we go over 18 campers some will need to sleep outside.  The cost is $10.00per camper.  Scouts who need the requirements on making a menu and shopping will be working on the requirements.   Let’s start sign up now

Flag Retirement Ceremony

Posted on Oct 14 2016 - 2:54pm

On Saturday October 22nd at the Frankfort Village Office parking lot starting at 10:00 AM will be a "Flag Retirement Ceremony".  All Scouts are required to be there

2017 Blizzard

Posted on Oct 6 2016 - 7:38am

So what do you do with a camp property that gets around 200 inches of snow in the winter season?  You embrace it and create a winter camp experience like no other! That’s exactly what we have done with Blizzard Adventure Camp at Camp Kingsley. Our staff looks forward to sharing a unique resident camp experience with you that will create memories to last a lifetime. There’s tons of the stuff you love about scout camp in the summer but without the mosquitos. Scout skills, merit badges, crafts, shooting sports, games, campfires. It’s all here. Add to that the unique atmosphere of the Tug Hill plateau in January and we are able to offer a great range of winter program opportunities. Cross-country skiing, snowmobile repair, sledding, snow kayaking, winter survival, snowshoeing and the Penguin Plunge are just some of the exciting new programs that await you. Sure, it might be cold but there will always be plenty of time to sit and enjoy hot cocoa by a warm fire.   Will be on the weekend of January 13th - 16th {Friday to Monday) The cost for this event is $99.00 per Scout and $50.00 per adult

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