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Tuesday, March 10th, 2015
We had representatives from our local Order of the Arrow chapter to hold our OA election at our troop meeting on Tuesday. Candidates that were elected by the Troop tonight will be eligible for the Spring Ordeal on May 15, 16, & 17 at Camp Davy Crockett. Thank you to Ethan for helping us through the election process.
Also, we would like to say thank you to Mr. Doan for presenting a Leave-No-Trace Awareness Workshop to the troop. It was very informative.
March 6th & 7th
This weekend we camped out in our own community at the Magna Vista Farm.
Check out their website: http://www.magnavistafarm.com/
Saturday morning, we took advantage of the beautiful weather and hiked to the pinnacle for a truly awesome view.
Get ready for our upcoming campout. See our calendar for details.
Saturday, February 14th
Five scouts from Troop 107 participated in the 46th annual Klondike Derby in downtown Bristol on Saturday. This was a great opportunity for us to fellowship with other local scouts while practicing important scouting skills such as first aid, knot tying, and fire building.
A couple of our scouts were featured in a Bristol Herald Courier news story of the event.
Here is a link to the news article:
Tuesday, February 10th
We kept the fire going through the night. This is one of our favorite scouting events.
Saturday, February 7th
Troops from the Overmountain District gathered this morning for the annual lighting of the Continuous Campfire. This fire will burn continuously throughout the entire week leading up to the district’s 46th annual Klondike Derby which will be held next Saturday, February 14th.
Saturday, January 31st
Webelos braved the cold with Troop 107 on a January day hike in the mountains.