Troop 39 will be participating in the annual Scouting for Food service project to benefit Marlborough Food Bank. Scouts will be given pre-printed bags for their neighborhood at the 10/21 meeting. Bags should be distributed by each scout starting on Saturday, 11/1. Scouts will return to collect filled bags on Saturday, 11/8 and bring them directly to the Food Bank on Wilhenger Drive. More details will be announced at the meeting.
Mark the Date: Connecticut Rivers Council is again offering a merit badge day on November 15, with a focus on badges being offered in the STEM study areas (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). Currently, more than 20 badges are being offered at several different locations around the state. Pre-requisites and more details are still being added on the Council website. Online registration opened on October 1. Most classes have size limitations, and the popular badges fill up quickly, so plan ahead if you want to participate!
Leaf Raking will be held the afternoon of Friday, November 7 from 4:30pm to dark, and the morning of Saturday, November 8 from 8:30am until the job is finished. Bring rakes, gloves, tarps, blowers, etc. to get the job done. This annual service project is how the members of Troop 39 show our appreciation for the generous support and space given by our Chartered Organization, the Congregational Church of Marlborough.
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