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Scouts BSA Troop 75 for Boys and Troop 75 for Girls -- Delmar, New York

 

"The sport in Scouting is to find the good in every boy and develop it."
        ~Sir Robert Baden-Powell
 

 

 

 

Scouts BSA Troop 75 for Boys and Troop 75 for Girls are part of the Fort Orange District of the Twin Rivers Council. 

Troop Meeting Schedule

 

Location: Reformed Church of Delmar, 386 Delaware Ave, Delmar

Days:      Wednesdays when school is in session, except first Wednesday of each month.**

Time:      7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

** The first Wednesday of the month is reserved for our Parent/Committee meeting.

Who can Join: Boys and Girls who are either (a) 11 years old or over, or (b) have completed 5th grade, or (c) have earned the Arrow Light and are at least 10 years old.

Scoutmasters

Douglas R. Kemp - Troop 75 for Boys         Patrick Kelley - Troop 75 for Girls

scoutmaster75B@delmartroop75.org          scoutmaster75G@delmartroop75.org

 

 

To find out more about Troop 75 click the "About Us" link on the left of the page and check us out on Facebook at Troop 75.  You can get information about joining by emailing our membership chair, Jeff Zemsky, at membership@delmartroop75.org.

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If you need access to the website, please use the "Contact Us" link on the left side of the page.

 

Winter Potluck Court Of Honor

Posted by Logan M on Dec 21 2022 - 8:20am

Hello Troop 75!
Don’t forget that Tonight is our December court of honor and pot luck supper. We are starting early - at 6pm. And we’ll be at the Methodist Church on Kenwood.

Pizza and Ice Cream at this week's meeting

Posted by dkemp on Dec 10 2022 - 9:55pm

This week we will meet at the Delmar Reformed Church. Join us for pizza and ice cream as we view presentations on some of troop 75's past adventures, and outings planned for next year.

Troop 75 Merit Badge College Registration is Open

Posted by robpatt47 on Dec 8 2022 - 5:12pm

Merit Badges being offered include: Disabilities Awareness, Public Speaking, Woodwork, Sustainability, Communication, Personal Management, Citizenship in Society, First Aid, Health Care Professions, Chess, Home Repair, and Coin Collecting.

Service Hour Challenge

Posted by dkemp on Dec 1 2022 - 8:25am

Scouts should use the following link to log their service hours as part of the service hour challenge.  If you notice a service project missing from the survey, please let me know and I will add it in.  (Mr. Kemp)

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeHFsZlf1y2cJ9t7fcHRJMo8BsWygmojyL7g4FAwMAXKqvYIw/viewform?usp=sf_link

**Postponed - will be rescheduled** Civil War Presentation - December 3rd, 2pm, at the Delmar Reformed Church

Posted by dkemp on Dec 1 2022 - 8:25am

Have you ever wondered what everyday life was like for soldiers fighting in the Civil War?  What they ate, the games they played in camp when not fighting?  This is a side of the conflict that's not often talked about, until now.  On Saturday, December 3rd, at 2:00 - 4:00 PM, Mr. Vincent will speak about what life was like in the army during the war.  He'll discuss some statistics about the war, inventions that were involved, food that was eaten and games that were played, and what life was like in camp when not fighting.  The presentation will be held at the Delmar Reformed Church, in Fellowship Hall.  You'll enter the church from the rear parking lot, then go up a set of stairs.  Fellowship Hall will be to your left.  

Parents are welcome to attend, and this would be a great opportunity to invite a friend to come along.  Please make sure to register on the troop website so we have an accurate headcount, at https://www.delmartroop75.org/node/5049

Service Hour Challenge

Posted by dkemp on Nov 26 2022 - 8:11am

Hello Troop 75!  Scouts should continue to log their service hours for the Service Hour Challenge here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeHFsZlf1y2cJ9t7fcHRJMo8BsWygmo...

We have added the Turkey Trot as an option, and will continue to add service opportunities as they come up.  As of right now, we only have 23.5 hours recorded by 11 scouts.  Which means there are a lot of scouts, and a lot of hours, that are not recorded yet.  Pizza and ice cream are riding on this, folks.  Let's get those hours logged!

Finally, with respect to the patrol challenge, the Iron Eagle Patrol is in the lead with 16.5 points, followed by the Axolotl Patrol with 11.5 points.  (Mr. Kemp)

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