BSA Troop 292 hosts open house at Apple Valley | To free

Apple Valley Scouts BSA Troop 292 is hosting an open house for new members from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on September 7 at the Spirit of Life Presbyterian Church, 14401 Pilot Knob Road.

Families, girls and boys, who wish to learn more about Scouting or who wish to join are welcome. Everyone will have the opportunity to speak with leaders and scouts and learn about upcoming events.

Scouts BSA is an outdoor adventure program where young people participate in fun and challenging activities and learn leadership, teamwork, fitness and become a better citizen while having fun and making each other memories for life as well as friends. Troop 292 strives to make Scouting a fun and affordable year-round program where young members decide the program, under the supervision of trained adult leaders who are understanding, patient and eager to help them succeed.

The BSA Scouts program is a year-round outdoor program and is open to boys and girls aged 11-18, or who have completed fifth grade. Scouts BSA offers young people the opportunity to choose activities that will help them develop their leadership, communication and teamwork skills, and make new friends. Troop 292 offers year-round activities including camping, hiking, a weeklong adventure camp, special outings and more. Scouts also learn valuable skills, including emergency preparedness and first aid, swimming, wilderness survival, and more.

Visitors to the Troop 292 Open Day will be able to meet the Boy Scouts and Leaders, learn about all the fun activities they are involved in, and participate in the fun games, activities and more.

The troupe meets Tuesdays from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Spirit of Life Presbyterian. For more information, contact Boy Scout Leader Graham Munson at [email protected] or Troop Committee Chairman Ray Hagen at [email protected]

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