Central District Scouts BSA Troops 329 and 3329 enjoyed a safe return to scouting activities
Central District Scouts BSA Troops 329 and 3329 enjoyed a safe return to scouting activities in October!
Using a combination of virtual and in-person meetings the troops are back to work on badges, skills and advancements, plus outdoor activities, even if the smiles are partially covered by masks and social distancing.
In October, 30 scouts from Troop 329 enjoying the cooler temperatures at Camp Raymond where they participated in the Ponderosa District shooting competition.
Troop 3329 met in costume on Halloween to record readings of children’s books for their chartered organization, Ryan House, and presented the colors for the virtual kickoff at the annual Run for Ryan House on Sunday, November 15th.
In between their service events, these young ladies headed south to camp at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and tackled the 2.4 mile out-and-back Arch Canyon trail.
Both troops combined efforts on the Grand Canyon Council Service Day to help clean up at the Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area, a partnership with City of Phoenix that has been an annual event for Troop 329.
Burro Creek was the latest stop for the boys of 329 as they backpacked into the canyon for an overnight campout.
Way to go ladies and gentlemen!
For more information on scouting with Troop 329 or 3329, please send an email to email@example.com.