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Scouts Attend Cultural Exchange and Dinner

Posted by MrBrown on Jun 24 2017 - 11:58am

Three of our scouts (Alex C, Matthew C and the other Alex C) all attended a Scouting Multiculural meeting and dinner this past week.  Visiting Scouts from Israel were hosted by members of Troop 867 that meets at the Islamic Center of Orlando, along with other scouts from our district.  In addition to the fellowship, the scouts participated in the breaking of the Ramadan fast and the Iftar meal with all kinds of food.  The Mosque instructor pointed out our common bonds of all who believe God, but also hold individual beliefs that we practice in our own ways.  Likewise, the Worldwide Scouting Movement embraces the common ties and beliefs that all Scouts hold, while sharing and celebrating those things that make each of us unique.  That's what the Scout Law and Scout Oath are all about, right?  More pictures can be found on our troop Facebook page, "BSA Troop 225 - Gotha, FL"

Atta Troop! Successful conservation project at Nehrling Gardens and safe start to the Philmont Hi-Adventure trip!

Posted by michaeltneff on Jun 21 2017 - 5:16pm

Well done scouts, we had a great conservation project at the historic Nehrling Gardens.  Note: this counts for Citizenship in the Nation merit badge see details below.  The contest for the biggest air potato was fun and we helped the gardens by clearing this invasive plant from the grounds.  Also, well done Philmont Hi Adventure Scouts: safely traveling to the Rockie Mountains to acclimate to the altitude before your backpacking at Philmont scout ranch!  

Monday June 26th.'s troop meeting is back at Camp Ithiel

Posted by michaeltneff on Jun 21 2017 - 5:07pm
Jun 26, 2017 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm will be at Camp Ithiel, 2037 Hempel Ave. This location is our usual meeting spot. Please wear your full field uniform.  Bring bug spray and a full water bottle.   

Eagle Scouts and Parents Celebrate at Council Banquet!

Posted by MrBrown on Jun 10 2017 - 10:33pm

Many of our 2016 Eagle Scouts and their families attended the Council Banquet on Friday evening to celebrate their attainment of the rank of Eagle Scout.  In 2016 fourteen of our Scouts earned Eagle - our largest ever!  In the entire Council over 400 Scouts earned the rank of Eagle in 2016.  Additionally, our troop placed a full-page ad in the council program to recognize the achievement of these young men.  In Photo Albums see "Eagle Scouts at Council Banquet 2017" or visit the Facebook page "BSA Troop 225 - Gotha, FL" to see all of the pictures.   Pictured here: Zach A, Nico D and Jackson B.  Also in attendance: Easton B, Tony M, David M, Troy O, Zach T and Quentin W. Congratulatons, Scouts!  Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle

Mike Neff - Commissioner of the Year for the Sand Lake District

Posted by MrBrown on Jun 10 2017 - 9:45pm

Among the many Scouting jobs that Mike Neff holds is that of a Sand Lake District Unit Commisioner.  Mr. Neff was recently recognzed at the SLD Recogniton Dinner and Council Banquet as the district's Commissioner of the Year.  Congratulations, Mr. Neff!!

Attention Life rank scouts: $750 Matching grant for Eagle scout service projects

Posted by michaeltneff on Jun 3 2017 - 8:58am

You can get up to $750 in matching money for your Eagle Scout Service project from Dr. Phillips Charities!    You have to apply to the scout office.  use this link to learn more and to apply:  http://cflscouting.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Dr-Phillips-Eagle-Project-Matching-Grant.-udpated-08.2015.pdf   or use the Web site: cflscouting.org/sadvancement  and click on the link for “Dr. Phillips Eagle Service Project Grant Application”  or Email:  Advancement@cflscouting.org  or mail or in person at the Scout Office: 1951 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32703 

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