Traer Boy Scouts

   Members of Troop 304: Robby Young,Landon Calderwood, Austin Pauling, Mitchell Ackman, Max Markussen, and Joe Hicks returned from National Jamboree and Washington D.C. in August of 2010.  They had a great adventure and history lesson.
    Troop Members:  Robby Young, Joe Hicks, Max Markussen and Austin Pauling spent New Years at Okpik in Northern Minnesota.  They spent the time working with their own set of dogs and sledges, as well as sleeping outside, when it was 24 below zero.
    At the end of January 2011 members of Troop 304 and families hosted the Tamaha District Klondike Derby.  This is were each troop/sled goes from different stations to do different scouting skills.  Members that helped were Mitchell Ackman, Joe Hicks, Landon Calderwood, Austin Pauling, Max Markussen, Caleb Wheeler, and Robby Young (not pictured).
    In 2010 Troop 304 added two new Eagle Scouts to their troop:  New Eagle Scouts are: Austin Pauling and Max Markussen.
    Members of Troop 304 attended Boy Scout Camp in 2010, members that went to camp were:  Robby Young,Landon Calderwood, Caleb Wheeler, Austin Pauling, Joe Hicks, Kenny Carroll, and Max Markussen.



    Interested in joining Boy Scouts or need more information; please contact Lynda Sealock at 319-239-2223 or Mike Markussen at 319-404-1440,  Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at the Firestation.




BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Celebrating 100 Years of Scouting


Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has been fulfilling its mission of instilling timeless values in the lives of over 100 million youth.

As we continue our journey, the Scouting motto of "Be Prepared," the concern for our natural resources, and the focus on leadership is more important today that any time in the last 100 years.

The biggest gift that Scouting offers our community is the values it instills in the youth we serve.  Through EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND CHALLENGES, Scouting builds character that delivers value to our community long after a Scout's uniform is retired.