Camporees and other shorter camping trips
Brief description of the pinewood derby
The Blue and Gold Banquet celebrates the anniversary of the founding of the BSA on February 8th, 1910. We celebrate with a Pack dinner and recognize achievement by handing out earned badges or rank. The banquet also includes the Arrow of Light Ceremony where 5th grades that have earned the Arrow of Light cross in to Scouts BSA and are received by their new Troop.
Troop 32 participates in a week-long summer camp ever year. We have a number of camps in the area that we rotate through to enjoy a variety of differences in program approach, and a change in scenery. Pictures below highlight the annual experience.
Doing service projects together is one way that Scouts keep their promise “to help other people.” While a Scout should do their best to help other people every day, a group service project is a bigger way to help people. While they’re giving service, they’re learning to work together with others to do something that’s good for their community.
Service projects may help the natural world, the community, or the chartered organization. Below are pictures from some of the service projects our Troops and Pack have participated in, though there are a lot more service projects and activities that are not included below.
May 2023: Flag Ceremony at Red Wing Aces baseball game (annual event)
May 2023: Set up flags for Memorial Day Field of Honor, and hand out programs at Memorial Day event (annual event)
May 2023: Spring cleaning gardens and grounds of our host facility, First Presbyterian Church (annual event)
August 2023: Plastic recycling – prepared roughly 2,500 pounds of sheet plastic for recycling.
August 2023: Flag Retirement Ceremony – retired 24 US Flags that were no longer suitable to display, in conjunction with American Legion Post 54 (our Charter Organization)