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Troop 63

Welcome to the Williamston, Michigan Boys and Girls BSA Troop 63

 

"THE MISSION OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA IS TO PREPARE YOUNG PEOPLE TO MAKE ETHICAL AND MORAL CHOICES OVER THEIR LIFETIME BY INSTILLING IN THEM THE VALUES OF THE SCOUT OATH AND LAW."

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SCOUT TROOPS

Scout Troops are organized around common values, philosophies and interest. Troops focus on different activities like canoeing, backpacking, camping, high adventure, etc. Picking a Troop that focuses on activities that interest you is key to staying in Scouting and on the Trail to Eagle.  

Come check our Troops out and see if you would like to call Troop 63 "HOME".

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Youth Benefit

  • Scouting is a safe activity for the long term with minimal adult involvement.

  • Scouting is an opportunity to explore the great outdoors, participate in fun activities, and make new friends.

  • Participating and experiences in Scouting can help you get into college and cool jobs. 

  • Scouts participate in current trends like video gaming and high adventure activities.

  • Scouting is year-round and many Scouts participate in other sports and activities without too much interference. Scouts participate at their own pace.

  • Scouts learn skills through scouting activities to overcome life challenges and develop leadership skills through no-risk practices.

  • Scouts develop lasting friendships, outdoor and leadership skills, and have a lot of fun doing it.

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Parent Benefit

  • Scouting is a safe activity for the long term.

  • Youth lead with minimal adult commitment.

  • Scouting is an activity that your youth can enjoy, grow within, and use to their advantage in the future (college, job).

  • Safe youth program with 2 deep leadership. Youth are never alone with only one adult, unless it's a parent.

  • Scouts follow safe scouting practices on all outings treat others with respect and fairness.

  • Scouting is year-round and many Scouts participate in other sports and activities without too much interference. Youth participate in scouting at their own pace.

  • Scouting helps youth develop a family and community-oriented perspective as they grow.

  • Youth learn skills through scouting practices to overcome life challenges.

  • Scouting builds a moral compass through living by the Scout Oath and Law to help Scouts identify their fundamental values and develop strong moral values. 

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Join Us Today

Troop 63 in Williamston, MI welcomes youth ages 11 to 17 years old. We currently have a separate boy and girl troop. Each troop plans and hold separate meetings and outings.

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Let's Connect

Talk to you soon!