Welcome !

Welcome to Troop 48's new website !

We are excited to bring you this new website. We hope it will be a useful resource and be visited often.

Be sure to check the calendar for upcoming events.

Thank you

Posted on Mar 16 2015 - 9:13pm

A Eagle-Sized Thanks to all Scouts and Adult Volunteers who came out on March 8 to make 2015’s Pancake Breakfast a Success!!! – Marcus and Dave

March Camp out Reminder!

Posted on Mar 9 2015 - 8:54pm

Start: Mar 13 2015 - 6:00pm
End: Mar 15 2015 - 12:00pm
NEIC Camp Crown 11651 304th Ave, Trevor, WI 53179
Event Details:
Rifleman Campout is a two night campout at our own Camp Crown where we'll have both indoor (Jadel Center) and tent camping available. Saturday we will be traveling to the Conservation Club of Kenosha County's Bristol Range in Bristol, WI for our Rifleman Shooting Event(22's), to determine who's the best shot!! Scouts can begin their Rifle Merit Badge. Time permitting, we'll also tackle some very cool Pioneering projects at camp.

Updated file information

Posted on Mar 9 2015 - 8:52pm

The new troop welcome letter, troop 48 handbook and Makajawan merit badge guidebook are all posted on the website.
Any questions, contact Mr. Aver

OA elections March 5th

Posted on Mar 4 2015 - 5:02am

OA elections are on March 5th. All scouts please attend in class A uniforms.
OA members wear sashes.

Scribe Update

Posted on Mar 2 2015 - 7:58pm

For those of you that didn’t go on the February Arctic Blast it was, as in the title, a total blast. Scouts arrived at the fire station for a quick load up and were off to Indian Mounds, WI by 6:00 pm. Once everyone arrived at the campground the Dingoes went off with some of the adults in one cabin and the rest of the boys and a few adults stayed in the other. However, there were some brave few that braced that cold outside. The next morning breakfast went rather well with few bumps in the meal. After the meals were eaten and cleaned, a flag ceremony took place outside of the cabins. Once this was finished, boys organized into two groups of ice fishing and sledding. When they were created, each group went to their separate locations. Once the sledding group arrived at the hill, the thirty minute walk was worth it. The sledding hill was filled with shouts of injury and joy, more of the latter. Unfortunately no fish were caught that day. After both groups returned to camp, the patrols split up and ate their lunches. Later the adults decided to take a second group to the sledding hill. This time most boys came and were driven, which was far better than walking. The sledding hill was again lit up with the sounds of boys plowing into each other and having a good time. Once the full troop was back at the camp, dinner needed to be made, so once again patrols split off into their own separate groups to cook dinner. Around 9:00, there was a short campfire and then it was off to bed. The next morning quick breakfasts were made and the cabins were cleaned out. The campout ended with a religious gathering and then it was back to cars to head home. Everyone made it back in one piece and all in all it was a successful campout.

REMINDER! MAKAJAWAN Registrations are due!

Posted on Mar 2 2015 - 7:39pm

Parents and Scouts

All registrations are due no later than Friday, March 6th. 3 copies of your health form plus insurance card are due by the 1st week of June or let Wendy know when your physical is scheduled for.

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