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Welcome to Troop 44's web site designed to make communication faster and easier for our families. Monthly newsletters, calendars and permission slips are all published here along with a lot of other useful information. Weekly meeting plans are sent to every Scout via email and also posted here.
Troop 44 has been chartered to St. Paul Presbyterian Church since 1972 and we meet weekly on Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM at the church. We currently have between 20 and 30 registered Scouts and about the same number of adults participating as leaders or committee members.
The site is protected for the benefit of our Scouts. Please use the 'contact us' function if you need more information.

Tonight's meeting

Posted on Sep 15 2021 - 10:36pm

We recognize that the Homecoming Parade is at 6:00 PM but hope that our Scouts will make it to the meeting.

Opening/closing Secret Service Evan F, Caleb G.

Greenery Sale ongoing

Posted on Sep 14 2021 - 5:13pm

The greenery sale began at the end of August and will end on October 14.
All greenery information is posted in Files/2021 Greenery Sale. Extra forms can be found there.

Next Outing - Jester Park

Posted on Sep 14 2021 - 5:09pm

Webelos are sharing in this upcoming outing to Jester Park, scheduled September 17 - 19. This will be tent camping and Scouts will be teaching sessions to the younger Webelos to help them earn their Arrow of Light award.

Next Patrol Leaders' Council October 11, 2021

Posted on Sep 14 2021 - 5:06pm

The meeting plans for September/October are covered at this meeting. The meeting will take place at St Paul, beginning at 7:00 - 8:00 PM. All youth leaders are expected to attend.

National BSA announces an increase in fees

Posted on Aug 25 2021 - 10:54am

Starting Aug. 1, the membership fee for Cub Scouting, Scouts BSA, Venturing and Sea Scouting participants will be $72, a $6 increase from the $66 fee enacted last August.

Thank you for those Scouts who helped with the flag placement July 1

Posted on Jul 17 2021 - 8:24am

Our Johnston American Legion Post 728 wishes to express our deepest appreciation for the participation of Post members, local Boy Scouts, and children for participating in placing flags on Veterans graves in honor of the Independence Day July 4 holiday. It is very encouraging to observe the participation in this important ceremony by the younger generation in order to gain an appreciation of just how important the sacrifices are that Veterans have made in defending the freedoms that Americans enjoy. We are eagerly looking forward to regular participation of Brownies and Girl Scouts and am asking for anyone help to extend our invitation to participate.

BSA Troop # 44

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