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Troop 146 to Hold Scout Exhibit Day

Hiking Bondcliff in the White Mountains – one of the isolated hikes Troop 146 did in the Whites. Submitted photo

Troop 146 is inviting the public to learn more about scouting during a ‘Scout Exhibit Day’ on Oct. 5 at the West Hartford United Methodist Church.

Troop 146. Submitted photo

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Billed as “Come See What’s Up with Scouting,” Boy Scout Troop 146 will host a Scout Exhibit Day on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 9-11 a.m., where Troop 146 meets, on the grounds of West Hartford United Methodist Church, 1358 New Britain Ave. (the pumpkin church across from Wolcott Park).

Troop 146. Submitted photo

Youth from 11 to 18 years old are invited to find out more about scouting from troop members, learn about the outdoors and skills, see camping gear, plus get to know the full range of scouting activities available from serving in leadership positions to rank advancement up to Eagle Scout.

In addition, the exhibit will include videos of typical troop activities including outdoor activities in a various of environments and conditions, hiking, canoeing, skiing, Philmont Scout Ranch and Florida Seabase, among others. Scouting provides many opportunities for growth and character development and has done so for over 100 years.

For more information about Troop 146 visit their website, http://www.scouttroop146.com, or contact Scoutmaster Ron Ward at 860-463-8057 or [email protected].

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