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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 for 43 years and we meet weekly on Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM at the church. We currently have between 40 and 50 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 Jul 18 2018 - 11:06pm

Opening/closing Flaming Chickadees Isaiah H, Owen M.

New Scouts:
Rank requirements Jeffrey H, Malachi T.

Older Scouts:
Review Citizenship tests Heather

Aviation Merit Badge June 21 & 23

Posted on Jun 27 2018 - 11:29pm

A great day for flying and everyone showed up to take their flights. Our thanks to Mr. Long and his team of volunteer pilots who donate their time and flight experience to our Scouts at no charge.

Next Patrol Leaders' Council Meeting

Posted on Jun 19 2018 - 9:04am

The next PLC is the Annual Planning Meeting scheduled August 11, beginning at 8:00 AM and continuing through noon.
The calendar will be planned through April 30, 2020. We will also review the existing plan.

One day left and we will be sad to leave.

Posted on Jun 15 2018 - 11:25am

We are doing well now in the routine of our schedules. Some of the boys have already completed their merit badges, others will be working through classes tomorrow to get done.

Flag Day and your boys did us proud

Posted on Jun 14 2018 - 11:33am

We missed doing news yesterday, we were super busy having fun. It was a beautiful day and no rain as you had. Classes are going well, some are done already and those boys are now working on the cardboard kayak we will be racing on Saturday.

Day 3 Where did the time go?

Posted on Jun 12 2018 - 4:40pm

It was hot at Worlds of Fun, 96 degrees and humid too. Not a problem to have plenty of fun taking the water rides. A couple had queasy stomachs after flipping upside down several times or going up or down fast. Food is expensive, twice what we would have paid locally, but we knew that going into it.

BSA Troop # 44

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