Troop 337 at Camp Rota-Kiwan's 2016 Haunted Woods
This is Troop 337's third year participating at Camp Rota-Kiwan's Haunted Woods event. In the past the Troop would select a section of the walking trail and spook it up for the Cub Scouts who would tour the camp Saturday evening. This year though, the troop decided to change it up. They set up a Hospitality Station serving doughnuts, cookies, candy, and, their favorite, spiced hot cider! The troop had a blast on this camp out and cannot wait for it to come around again next year.
For more information about Camp Rota-Kiwan, visit the link below.
Troop 337 is a part of the Nottawa Trails District within the Southern Shores Field Service Council in Michigan. We are a very active Troop with weekly meetings, outdoor activities planned for every month, and numerous community service projects every year. We enjoy the support of many parents and registered adult leaders. However, it is the boys that make Troop 337 function and deliver "the program".
Boy Scouts was designed by Baden Powell to be a boy-led organization. It is the ability to fail safely that makes the experience of Boy Scouting a highly valued youth training program. Many adults in positions of affluence still proudly display their Eagle rank on their resumes - and rightfully so.
The document "Boy Led Troop" does an excellent job of informing a Cub parent during transition to Boy Scouts as well as the new Scout family in the ideals and practices of the Boy Scout program. In fact, this is a great reference for seasoned Scouts and leaders to help remind us of the value of a "Boy Led Troop".
Troop 337 Leadership
Chartering Organization: Rotary Club of Marshall
Dr Phil Glotfelty
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