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Welcome to the Troop 225 Website.  We have just transitioned to a new site to better stay in contact with everyone.  New site features include online payments for events and fees and online event registration. Please check out the new features, and email the webmaster if you have any questions. If you are a member of Troop 225 and don't have access to this site, please send a note to webmaster@bsatroop225.com requesting that we create an account for you.  Full Access accounts will only be granted for current scouts and their parents.

 

 2014 Camp Woodruff

Philmont Crew 2014

Scouting for Food - Save the Dates! November 1st & 8th (parents needed too)

Posted by MrBrown on Oct 18 2014 - 11:25pm

Scouts & Parents - the biggest food drive of the year is almost upon us ... Scouting for Food.  Save the mornings of Saturday, November 1st and November 8th for this Very Important Event!  See the troop-wide email sent on Saturday (Oct. 18th) for more info.  Parents: Drivers are needed!  Scouts: Free Donuts each morning! Questions?  Contact Tyler Singletary or Mrs. Benedetti.

Welcome to our 3 Newest Scouts!

Posted by MrBrown on Oct 18 2014 - 11:25pm

Please join me in welcoming 3 new scouts to the troop: Sam P., Lou D. and Alexander Y.  These scouts are joining the Phoenix Patrol.  Welcome to Troop 225!  Mr. Brown

One thousand dollars!!!!

Posted by michaeltneff on Oct 7 2014 - 10:13am
Announcing The Bill of Rights Institute's 2014 Boy Scout Contest! It's an essay contest about the extent to which the Declaration of Independence asserts a moral or philosophical vision for America. The prompt can be found at:  http://billofrightsinstitute.org/programs-events/students-programs-events/boyscout/

Eagle Encampment 2015

Posted by michaeltneff on Oct 6 2014 - 4:16pm

8th Annual Air Conditioned Eagle Encampment 2015 is An unequalled opportunity for Scouts to achieve remarkable progress on their Trail to Eagle in less than one week.  This one-of-a-kind in the BSA annual experience in West Orlando is a resident-style (stay on campus) event.  Adult leaders from local units do not attend unless they are on staff.  Scouts will receive exhaustive merit badge instruction from more than 40 hand-picked top-notch Central Florida merit badge counselors. They will also enjoy presentations regarding all aspects of Eagle Leadership Project planning.  Air conditioned learning; dining and sleeping quarters are featured. Plenty of outdoor activities too and a thrilling field trip, plus several social events create an enriched atmosphere. Professionally prepared food by certified food handlers is provided “family style” with practically unlimited teenager size portions.  The food is always ranked as “one of the best from any summer camp” during year end surveys     

Nature Merit Badge & Reptiles/Amphibians Merit Badge class

Posted by michaeltneff on Oct 6 2014 - 4:14pm

Scouts, would you like to earn Nature or Reptile/Amphibians Merit Badges?   There is a class Oct 25th. (same day as Mt Dora food booth fundraiser) at the ZOO.   If you are interested you must confirm with Mrs. Przybysz by Oct 11th.   Her email is: eprzybysz6310@att.net     Nature :  10:00 - 12:00 cost $13 no prerequisites. Max number 15. This will price will also admit the scout to zoo for all other activities. Scouts are to bring worksheets, blue card and wear class B uniform   Reptile and amphibian:  1:00 - 3:00 cost $13 , Scouts must do either 8a or 8b on their own to complete merit badge but there are no other prerequisite. Max number 15. This price will also admit scout to zoo for all activities. Scouts are to bring worksheets, blue cards and wear class b uniform.   Parents may attend for same price. This is "BooBash" so there are Halloween activities at the zoo. There is also a splash zone. All activities are open to scouts while not in workshop . Scouts may attend either or both merit badge workshops but each is $13.    Thank you, Mrs. Przybysz     rsvp to: eprzybysz6310@att.net

Time to renew your membership!

Posted by michaeltneff on Oct 6 2014 - 8:53am

Troop, The time for renewing membership with the Boy Scouts of America has come.  Each scout and adult planning to participate next year needs to pay $24.00 by Oct 28th.  Bring to a troop meeting, pay online, or mail to BSA Troop 225, P.O. Box 25, Gotha, FL 34734  Details: $24 for national BSA membership,  $12 to subscribe to Boys Life Magazine (www.boyslife.org).  Thank you, Mr. Neff, Troop Committee Chair

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