Troop 33 Handbook, 2000


Table of Contents

Orientation

Introduction

Overview of Boy Scouting

Costs/Budgets/Scholarships

Forms

Uniform - Scout Shop

Web Page

Adults

Calendar

Parent Guidelines for Camping with Troop 33

Program

Patrol Method

PLC/Greenbar Meeting

Attendance/Meetings

Camping

Camping-Out Rules

Camping Gear

Adult Leadership & Troop Committee

Grubmaster

Camp Ajawah

High Adventure Camps

Order of the Arrow

Service Projects

Wreath Sales

 

Advancement

Joining Requirements

Procedures for Rank Advancements

Merit Badges and Awards

Scoutmaster Conference and Board of Review

Court of Honor

Tenderfoot Requirements

Second Class Requirements

First Class Requirements

Star/Life/Eagle


Troop 33

Westminster Presbyterian Church

Scouting has been an important part of Westminster Presbyterian Church since early in the last century.

Troop 33 was founded in 1918 by a group of men from the Westminster congregation. Since then Westminster has actively supported the Troop by providing an excellent meeting place in the church basement, support for the Troop's annual wreath sale, and men and women to serve on the Troop staff and Troop committee.

Troop 33 is grateful to the members and leaders of Westminster PresbyterianChurch for the support that they have graciously provided for the past 80+ years.  Westminster staff members that have been especially important in the life of the troop include Herman Sweet, Lloyd Peitzman, Phil Reed, Erwin Barron, and Julie Griffith.

Westminster also sponsors Troop 100, a Troop of Hmong boys from all over the Twin Cities, started in 1980.  Dave Moore is Scoutmaster for that Troop.  Troop 100 has developed a reputation as a high-spirited, hardworking, successful group of scouts.  In its 25+ years of existence, almost 100 Troop 100 scouts have earned the Eagle Scout rank.  The Troop has a very successful fruit sale in January - February of each year.


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