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Saturday, January 24th
8:00 am-6:00 pm
D.P. Culp Center
7 scouts from Troop 107 attended Merit Badge University this year at ETSU. We worked on a bunch of cool merit badges including Citizenship in the World, Citizenship in the Nation, Cinematography, Coin Collecting, Art, Nuclear Science, Scouting Heritage, Medicine, Public Health, and Traffic Safety. One of our older scouts took the American Red Cross CPR certification class and several of our troop leaders took the Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training.
Saturday, January 17th
We had crisp cool weather for our first troop hike of 2015. We had a great time and covered 7+ miles on the AT.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
We had a very informative meeting on Tuesday as we got to see Leo, a trained accelerant dog in action. Thank you to the Tennessee State Fire Marshals Bomb and Arson Section for educating us on fire safety and fire investigation techniques.
Click on the link below for a news article and video of Leo and the arson squad.
Saturday, November 8th
Boy Scout Troop 107 and Cub Scout Pack 107 joined with other local scouts in the Veterans Day Parade in Bristol TN/VA on Saturday morning. This was a great way to honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Services.
Tuesday, November 4th
The Troop and Pack met at the YMCA on Tuesday for a swim. Congratulations to Tyler for passing the BSA Swim Test!
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Who will help me shell the corn? Who will help me grind the corn?
Who will help me sift the cornmeal? Who will help me mix the cornmeal into batter?
Who will help me cook the cornbread? Who will help me eat the cornbread?
“We will” said Troop 107…and they all enjoyed the cornbread together.
Many thanks to Doug Tester for sharing his time and knowledge (& corn) with our Troop.
Doug taught us the complete process of making cornbread… from the garden to the dinner plate!