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Troop 304 Membership and Leadership Policy

The Committee of Troop 304 will continue to choose leaders of excellent character who can make contributions to Scouting.  Sexual orientation, race, and religious beliefs are irrelevant to being a member of Troop 304.  All boys aged 11 - 17 are welcome to join the troop, and all boys and girls age 13 - 21 are welcome to join the Venture Crew.  All adults interested in and capable of making a contribution are also welcome to join.

Lightning Risk Management

Posted on May 2 2017 - 9:37pm

Here is a great resource for managing the risk of lightning in both the front country and back country.

Islesboro Maine Camping & Biking Trip - May 19th-21st

Posted on Apr 23 2017 - 9:10pm

Agenda:

Friday: Drive up in the evening (3.5-4 hrs) to camp in Camden Hills State Park.

Saturday: Morning bike 4.2 miles to the Lincolnville ferry dock and take a 20 min ferry to the island. Join bike tour A (8 miles) through the mid-island villages or tour B (18 miles) to the northern tip and through the villages. Sandwiches, drinks and snacks are available at general stores along the bike routes. Camp Saturday night at the state park  

Eagle Court Of Honor to honor our new Eagle Scouts (April 8, 3-5pm)

Posted on Mar 27 2017 - 9:13pm
There will be an Eagle Court of Honor at the Beech Street Center in Belmont, MA at 3-5 PM on Saturday, April 8 to honor 5 new Troop 304 Eagle Scouts:
 
Benjamin Ackerson
Oliver Leeb
Wilder Manion
Chris McMullin
Edward Stafford

 

How to prepare for a camping trip

Posted on Jan 29 2017 - 8:35pm


Click on the link below to get tips on how to prepare for camping and backpacking trips including what to wear and what gear you'll need. https://doc



Camp Greenough Shooting and Archery Trip - April 29th through May 1st

Posted on Mar 27 2016 - 3:54pm


A shooting camp out in April: rifles, shotguns and archery!



Gary MacLeod Memorial Snowshoe Trip - February 26th-28th

Posted on Mar 27 2016 - 3:53pm


Hike in under the stars on Friday night. Approximately 3.5 miles and 1500 feet of elevation gain to the hut. If you haven't done much spring/summer/fall hiking in the whites, this might be an overly ambitious first trip.



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