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 Welcome to Scout Troop 75 

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 Who:We are a Scout Troop with a passion for high adventure, the outdoors and community service.  

What: We are a youth-led troop that promotes community service, leadership, character, responsibility, adventure, and most of all – fun!  All boys and girls 11-18 years old in Bow, Dunbarton and surrounding area are welcome!

When: Join us on Tuesdays 7:00-8:45pm at the Bow Community Center, 2 Knox Rd, Bow NH

and weekend camping 12 months a year, Summer Camp, and travel to high adventure bases around the USA


Mission Statement: The mission of Scouts BSA is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

Contact the Scoutmaster -boys unit, Mr Weber at sm.bowtroop75@gmail.com

Scoutmaster -girls unit, Ms Muller at sm.gu.bowtroop75@gmail.com

 

 

Adventure Cards Fundraiser - Info meeting

Posted by mrweber on Feb 19 2020 - 7:45pm

Troop 75 are participating in the DWC Adventure Cards Fundraiser to off set the cost of Summer Camp 2020. It is optional for scouts and families to participate. Adventure Cards are discount cards for area businesses which sell for $10 each. Our unit gets $5 for each card sold. The program runs until early May.

Deep Sea Fishing with Mr. Ives!

Posted by mrweber on Feb 13 2020 - 4:59pm

I have chartered a 65 foot deep sea fishing boat for Saturday May 23rd. The
boat is rated for 45 persons for fishing. The boat leaves the dock at 7:00
AM and returns at 4:00 PM. Bring your own lunch, snacks and dress warm. Rod
rentals are $8.00 or bring your own. We will be fishing for Haddock, Red
Fish, Cusk, Pollack, mackerel, and possibly sharks. I did say fishing for
not catching . Whenever you fish in the ocean you never know what you might
catch. We will most likely see whales and dolphins. The water is deep 180
to 250 feet. A heavy boat rod is the best with 40# line. The boat will have
bait and crew to help with landing fish. If you need more info contact me.

September Whitewater Rafting trip!

Posted by Emuller on Feb 13 2020 - 4:21pm

Troop 75 will be going to the District Whitewater rafting trip on the Kennebec September 18 - 20. There will be a $40 fee per scout for this trip. The Troop will cover the balance. We are starting registration early for this trip since space is limited and the trip may fill up. Our first registration will be early March and we will register again later as needed. Register at https://www.bowscouts.org/node/4265

February 18th Court of Honor and Potluck dinner

Posted by mrweber on Feb 12 2020 - 6:23pm

Our winter Court of Honor will be next Tuesday, 2/18, at 7pm in the Community Center. Please join us in celebrating your scouts achievements. Please bring a main or side dish for the potluck. The troop will provide drinks and desert.

Register for March outings

Posted by mrweber on Feb 12 2020 - 6:19pm

The boys unit will be camping at the Hammond Nature Preserve in Bow, March 6 -8. Register at https://www.bowscouts.org/node/4115

Merit Badge Workshops

Posted by mrweber on Dec 23 2019 - 2:39pm
 
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About Merit Badge Workshops
 

Daniel Webster Council sponsors a series of Merit Badge Workshops throughout the year. We created the Merit Badge Workshop Series to provide eclectic and diversified Merit Badge offerings for Scouts on a periodic basis – with hand-picked counselors – at strategic demographic locations around the State of New Hampshire. Merit Badges are instructed by registered and approved Merit Badge Counselors in the Daniel Webster Council.