Boy Scout Troop 46 in Fayetteville, AR chartered by St Jospeh's Catholic Church 1722 N Starr Dr google55d19512169eff2a.html
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Well Done Scouts!
Troop 46 Spends time at Smith Creek and Hawksbill Crag!
When Snow and Ice came through the Razorback District Camporee- the other troops left a day early because of the cold and predicted snow.
The only Troop to remain was Razorback Troop 46. We were prepared for Mother Nature.
We live the Scout Motto "Be Prepared". We take safety seriously but we believe that character is built under adversity. Our scouts had a blast. We built and maintained a huge fire in the pouring rain- tending it carefully to keep it burning.
Scouts lead our troop with careful input from our able Scoutmaster and Troop Committee. Our scouts kept warm, and when the rain turned to snow we had an epic snowball fight and cooked hot, delicious meals. One Eagle Scout remarked "This was the best camp out EVER!"
Future Scouts: If you seek adventure, learning, personal responsibility, leadership skills, growth, fun and want to live life- come check out our troop.
Parents: If you want your son to grown into a responsible and capable young man- we urge you to encourage your son to visit a Troop 46 meeting.
Boys from 11-17 are eligible to join Boy Scouts of America. We encourage you to come visit any of our weekly meetings if you want to learn more about us. We look forward to seeing you soon!
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is one of the largest youth organizations in the United States, with 2.7 million youth members and over 1 million adult volunteers. Since its founding in 1910 as part of the international Scout Movement, more than 110 million Americans have been members of the BSA.
Our well-equipped Troop meets at St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1722 N Starr Dr in beautiful Fayetteville, AR Our meetings are Mondays at 7 pm.
We have members of all different religious affiliations and backgrounds. Feel free to visit us anytime. You'll be glad you did !
Feel free to drop by and watch a Troop meeting.
Troop 46 uses the "Patrol Method of Scouting."
Boy Scouts is a scout-led, scout-run organization, but the scouts must be trained to be leaders.
It was Lord Baden Powell, the founder of the Scouting movement, who said "the patrol method is the only method." Our observation over the years has shown us that Baden Powell was correct. The Patrol method allows boys to develop leadership skills by working together as a Patrol. Scouts learn to work as a team and understand first-hand how their participation affects others.
Camping is an integral part of our program. We camp frequently and attending summer camp is highly encouraged!
® 2019 Razorback Troop 46