Saturday Mar 8 tbd,
afternoon Orienteering class with Mr. Scott for anyone who needs this for First Class or who'd simply like to take this now. Detail to be announced.
Merit Badge U
Saturday Mar 8 8:00 AM,
Southeastern Vocational Technical School - Easton
Content from 2013 - subject to updates:
MBU 2014-TROOP 7
Dates: March 1st, 8th, 22nd
Location: Southeastern Regional Vocational-Technical School, Easton
Travel Details: We will leave the Bethany 8 AM promptly and return approximately 1 PM.
Carpooling is highly suggested, parking lot is crowded.
Time: Class start at 8:45-and end at 12:40. This includes 3 periods for each merit badge.
Materials needed: merit badge books (which will be given out at the next troop meeting), paper, pen/pencil.
**please encourage your son to be prepared.
Uniform: CLASS A MANDATORY
Snacks: not supplied so bring a drink and bagged lunch/snack. Bottle water is allowed in classroom. Food/Drinks are available for purchase by OA.
ABSOLUTELY NO EATING IN CLASSROOMS
Staff at MBU from Troop 7: TBA
Other: Please NO WRITING OR TOUCHING computers, whiteboard, or anything in the classrooms. This is a privilege for us to use this facility so I am asking for ALL scouts to respect the space your in. Throw away ALL trash in barrels, no eating in classroom (only in designated area).
Any questions/concerns contact TBA
No Troop Meeting
Thursday Mar 13 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM,
Campout this week instead
Welcome to troop7.net, the website for Troop 7 of Foxboro, Massachusetts! We invite you to look around and see what scouting is all about, Troop 7 style. Start with the gallery to see the trips we've taken and community service projects we've done. Browse the schedule to see what we've done and what we're planning for the next quarter. And feel free to e-mail us if you'd like to learn more. Troop 7 meets at the Bethany Church in Foxboro, MA on Thursday nights from 7:00 to 8:30.
"Empowering boys to be leaders is the core of Scouting. Scouts learn by doing, and what they do is lead their patrols and their troop. The boys themselves develop a troop’s program, then take responsibility for figuring out how they will achieve their goals.”
Excerpted from the Scoutmaster Handbook 1998
The goal of Troop 7 is to have fun. We promise to try our very best to make every step of your journey organized, safe and fun - led by boys, using the patrol method, under the advisement of adults. Here at Troop 7 you will gain physical, mental, emotional and moral fitness, and you will learn to live the Scout Oath and the Scout Law.