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Welcome to New Boston Boy Scout Troop 123!

 Troop 123 Mission and Purpose

Our mission is straightforward: to help our scouts understand, achieve, and maintain the Aims of Scouting. These aims are to develop future leaders of strong character, good citizenship, and physical, mental, and moral fitness. We want our scouts to actively participate in and seek to understand what the goals and purposes of scouting are all about - in a positive and safe environment. 

 

Troop activities are meant to provide our Scouts with an opportunity to develop and test new skills, to learn about the outdoors, and to work together as patrols. Patrols and the   troop are led by youth leaders (Scouts) requiring cooperation, teamwork, and organization. The Scoutmaster, his assistants, and all of the adult leaders provide oversight and guidance, as well as positive adult examples. Our advancement program challenges Scouts to learn new skills, and to gain self-confidence and recognition for their achievements along the way.

Any boy (from any town) between the ages of 11 and 18 can join the troop at anytime. We meet Wednesday evenings at the New Boston Community Church - stop by to check us out. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to check out our website or email Scoutmaster Tom Lazott with questions or ideas for our Troop (scoutmaster@newboston123.mytroop.us).   Thank you for visiting!

Summer Camp Dues Being Collected!

Posted on Apr 20 2014 - 8:53pm

Don't forget to check your e-mails from our Troop Camp Coordinator, Mrs. Marchesseault for info regarding dues and updated medical forms - thank you!

Happy Easter!

Posted on Apr 20 2014 - 8:44pm

 

Wishing all family and friends of troop 123 a Happy Easter!

Chuckwagon 2014 Wrap-Up

Posted on Apr 20 2014 - 6:39pm

The results are in  - more than 600 cub scouts and cub leaders participated in this year's Chuckwagon.  Add to that another 200 boy scouts and troop leaders, and Camp Carpenter was rocking this year.  The feedback from all of the Packs was that the day was one they will not forget anytime soon.  THANK YOU to all of the leaders and scouts that made the "Treasure Hunt" Map and Compass station one of the best run throughout the day.  On Saturday night, there was an Order of the Arrow ceremony and a numer of our scouts were 'called out' as potential members of the OA . . . more to follow . . . .

REMEMBER to Signup for Chuckwagon Next Weekend if You Have Not Done So!

Posted on Apr 5 2014 - 10:29am

Friday Night Arrival at Camp Carpenter - 6 PM (Show up fed)

Saturday  - We are running the Map and Compass Station for the Webelos.  Advancement opportunities galore!!

24 HOUR REMINDER: TOMORROW is our Breakfast Fundraiser (April 6th) and then Troop Trailer Cleanout At the Evan's House!!

Posted on Apr 5 2014 - 10:26am

TOMORROW, April 6th is our troop fundraiser with the Goffstown Odd Fellow Lodge at their monthly all-you-can-eat breakfast on Sunday from 7:30 to 10:30. PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT TROOP 123 but your HELP IS NEEDED!

Summer Camp Update #1

Posted on Mar 31 2014 - 2:02pm

This year Troop123 will be attending Camp Wanocksett from July 20th to the 26th.  Camp fees are $360 for scouts and will be due to Troop 123 by April 23rd.  Please pay at Troop meetings on Wednesdays or by mailing them to Kathy Marchesseault at 455 Francestown Road, New Boston, NH 03070.  We have requested campership forms from The Nashua Council.  Please contact Kathy Marchesseault (603 487-3844) if you are need of a campership form.  These forms will be due to Troop 123 by April 16th or earlier.  Please visit the Camp Wanocksett site for more information at  http://www.nashuavalleybsa.org/cm/index.php/outdoor-program/camp-wanocksett.  The summer camp leader and parent guide will be available for viewing at Troop meetings.  Please contact Kathy Marchesseault with any questions at lmnkb@aol.com.  And don't forget to schedule physicals for updated medical forms - see Debbie Edwards or the website if you have any questions.  Thank you!

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