WELCOME to the online home of

Boy Scouts of America Troop 50

Now in our 58th year

We are a group of young men and dedicated adults having FUN AND ADVENTURE in the great outdoors while living the principles of the Boy Scout Oath and Law.

We meet at Ebenezer United Methodist Church
525 Polly Drummond Rd., Newark, Delaware
Troop meetings are on Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30.

February is Gold Rush!

 

February 1st - Patrol Time/Committee meeting

February 3rd - Midyear Planning and Annual T50 Banquet

February 8th - Mini-Gold Rush

February 10th - Advancement Saturday

February 11th - Scout Sunday at Ebenezer (8:30 Service only)

February 15th - Delaware Valley Orienteering Presentation

February 116th - 18th - Gold Rush Campout, Camp Rodney

February 22nd - Map & Compass

 

Next Month: Hiking and Star Gazing

April is Crossover!!


February Merit Badge Spotlight:
Chemistry & Electronics


Game Design:

Game Design takes technology to the next level and design your own digital game and play with others online!

Mammal Study:

A mammal may weigh as little as 1/12 ounce, as do some shrews, or as much as 150 tons, like the blue whale. It may spring, waddle, swim, or even fly. But if it has milk for its young, has hair of some kind, is relatively intelligent, and has warm blood, then it is a mammal.

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Remember our motto: Be Prepared

Help a friend out with their homework, Volunteer at your local hospital
Tell us about the good turn that you did today!

Troop 50 was established in 1959 and is

Sponsored by Ebenezer United Methodist Church.

For more information, contact Scoutmaster Dan White

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Boy Scouts of America est. 1910

Last updated on February 6th, 2018

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