Troop 330 Adopt-A-Road on May 1st

Saturday May 1st at 10:00 AM is the spring Adopt-A-Road cleanup for both troops.  Sign up on TeamSnap. Mrs. Olmsted cannot attend, so please indicate if you can bring a female adult.

Meet at the Kwik Trip on Galipin road. Wear shoes you don’t mind getting messy, your favorite scout shirt and work gloves if you have them. Dress for the weather. The troop provides the high visibility vests and trash bags.

Troop 330 - April & May Camping

In April,  we are camping local at Parley Lake for Friday & Saturday nights.  It is local, so please contact your scoutmaster if you would like to come out for just part of the event.

In May, we are going white water rafting and camping out.

Please see Teamsnap for details.

May 4th New Parent Meeting

Hello to all new scout families!  We are inviting new adults associated with either the boys (Troop 3330, “The 3’S”) or the girls (Troop 5330, “The 5’s”) to attend an information meeting.  This meeting with be held via zoom, please contact a scoutmaster or committee member for the link.  This link is also going out via email, please watch for it.

Congratulations Trevor K - Troop 3330 Newest Eagle

Troop 330 is proud to announce our latest Eagle Scout — Trevor K.   He repaired the lifeguard & swimming signs at Lake Ann along with installing two campfire pits.

2021 Summer Camp - Many Point

The scouts have selected Many Point Scout Camp for 2021. Both troops will be there June 26 – July 3, 2021.  Please put it on your family calendar now.  Since it has been many years since Troop 330 has gone to Many Point, it will be new for the older scouts. Additionally, check out these programs  just for the older scouts.


Troop Meetings and Events -- details on TeampSnap

Troop 5330 and Troop 3330 meetings are on Tuesdays.  Please sign up on Teamsnap.

Both troops are moving to in person meetings and have over night campouts.


Scouts are Searching for Merit Badge Counselors

With all the scouts working from home, they have been looking at merit badges they can complete while maintaining social distancing.

In order to facilitate their progress, the troop is looking for adults willing to become merit badge counselors.  You must first complete Youth Protection Training which is done completely on line and valid for two years.  Then you offer to share your knowledge, hobbies, work skills and passions with the scouts.  Please contact Mr. Louwagie to register.

The troop will reimburse each counselor for the purchase of a merit badge pamphlet for each of their badges. These books provide extensive details on how the scouts complete each of the requirements and can be purchased for under $5 at the Scout Shop The troop has a library of books for the scouts to borrow while working on a badge.  There are also workbooks available on-line.

There are over 135 different merit badges, the troop would love to expand our base.


Scout Parents -- Troop Committee Needs You!

We would like to start transitioning adult leadership positions. None of these jobs requires attending all the Tuesday night meetings or any of the overnights, though adults are always welcome to attend. Many of the positions are currently held by seasoned veterans who either no longer have a scout or have an older scouts. The troop will lose all this knowledge if they were to retire before a replacement is trained. Parents of younger scouts, please seriously consider stepping in.

We are also looking for additional adult human females to join as an Assistant Scoutmaster to attend meetings and events with Troop 5330 when Mrs. Olmsted is unavailable.  Please contact one of us if you are interested.

Anyone experienced sportsmen or sportswomen who would be willing to become BSA Range Officer certified? The scouts enjoy spending time on the rifle and bow range. To use the ranges at scout camps, we need to have a range officer. The troop will pay any costs associated with the training sessions.