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The Annual Troop Plant Sale is going on now!

Posted on Apr 10 2019 - 11:37am

This is a great way for scouts to raise some money for Troop activities.  Scouts get commission directly from their own plant sales, so be sure to have friends and family write the scout's name on their order forms.

Order forms are due by Wednesday, April 24th.  Please try to collect money when the order is placed, and turn in money with the order forms.

Order pick-up is on Saturday, May 11th, from 10 AM - 2 PM at the Streetsboro United Methodist Church.

Order forms are available here.

Troop Shirt Design

Posted on Feb 18 2019 - 10:55pm

Valerie will again be planning a troop shirt (t-shirt and sweatshirt) for purchase.  If you have an idea or suggestion, please see Valerie!

Annual Community Pancake Breakfast

Posted on Jan 11 2019 - 10:03am

Invite your family and friends to attend the Troop's annual pancake breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, February 3rd, from 8:30 AM to 12 PM at the Streestboro United Methodist Church!

Applebee's Dine to Donate and Bake Sale

Posted on Sep 21 2018 - 11:18am

 Dine to Donate

 When: Thursday, Sept 27th from 11 AM to 9 PM

Where: Streetsboro Applebee’s (1200 St. Rt. 303)

Popcorn Sale - Going on now!!

Posted on Sep 13 2018 - 9:03am


All of the Troop's popcorn sale information is now available on this website - check out the ** Popcorn Sale! ** page for important dates, tips on how to sell, and links to the 5 different Show-n-Sells we have scheduled!!  

Service Opportunity - Voicebank

Posted on Apr 27 2018 - 9:46am

2.5 million Americans are living with voicelessness due to cerebral palsy, autism, ALS, or stroke and rely on computers to speak on their behalf. Their identities are often defined by generic, robotic sounding voices (like the one made famous by renowned physicist, Stephen Hawking).  It's not uncommon for several children in a classroom or adults in a workplace to use the same synthetic voice.  We wouldn't dream of fitting a little girl with the prosthetic limb of a gown man, so why the same prosthetic voice? 

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