Welcome to
Troop 459


 



November 28 - 29

Youth Training:


Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops


The purpose of the ILST course is to teach Scouts with leadership positions about their new roles and how to most effectively reach success in that role. It is intended to help Boy Scouts in leadership positions within their troop understand their responsibilities and to equip them with organizational and leadership skills to fulfill those responsibilities.  ILST is the first course in the series of leadership training offered to Boy Scouts and is a prerequisite for to participate in the more advanced leadership courses National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) and the National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience (NAYLE).

You do not need to currently hold a leadership position with the troop to take this course.

Interested?   See Mr. Doller for a recommendation and details

 

 

 

 
    

Troop Meeting
December 3
7 - 8:15pm

Focus:

 

 Wood Tools

Activity:

 

 Function & maintenance
 Lumber Jack songs?



December 10 @ 6pm SHARP!

 
    

Troop Meeting
December 10
7 - 8:15pm

Focus:

 

 Wood Tools

Activity:

 

 Use of tools
 Carving merit badge



 

Troop Meeting
December 17
Court of Honor & 
Christmas Party


Families are welcome and encouraged to join us.
Please remember that parents and families are always invited
to our Troop's Court of Honor ceremonies, which happen four
times a year, where we honor the boys' advancements.
We also have a Yankee Swap among the boys and the adult leaders.
We ask the boys to bring a gift of valued $7 to $15.






 

December 24




 

December 31




 

February 25




 

Troop Meeting
March 26
Court of Honor


Families are welcome and encouraged to join us.
Please remember that parents and families are always invited
to our Troop's Court of Honor ceremonies, which happen four
times a year, where we honor the boys' advancements
.




 

April 29




Interested in Scouting?


Troop 459 meets on Wednesday nights at 7:00pm from September through June.  We meet at the Lee Church in the Fellowship Hall. 

To join Boy Scouts, a boy needs to be 11 years old or have completed 5th grade.  You do not have to have been a Cub Scout previously.  



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Sports vs Scouting

In Scouting we will never ...
Tell your son he is not good enough.
Tell your son he missed a meeting and won't
     play this week.
Cut him from our team.
Yell at him.

In Scouting we will ...
Encourage him to achieve the best he can do,
Support him and reward his efforts,
Help him grow and  respect others in spite of
     our differences,
Talk to him when he needs  correcting and
     guidance.

An Eagle Scout will probably go a lot
farther than the captain of the team.