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Welcome to Woodbury Troop 513!   If you are new to Troop 513, use "About Us" to learn more about the troop and use the "Contact Us" inquire about the troop.

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EAGLE CAVE

Posted by dddemko on Sep 22 2014 - 7:15pm

Come Explore Wisconsin's Largest Onyx Cave.

Adults needed to attend and drive scouts to Eagle Cave.

Join us on the Eagle Cave Camporee.  In-Cave camping and exploration.  $65.00 fee includes camping, total cave exploration and all meals Saturday morning through Sunday morning.

Dues

Posted by dddemko on Sep 22 2014 - 7:02pm

REMINDER - Please remember to bring your check for Troop Dues

COST:  Troop Dues = $75.00 per scout. (If a family has more than one scout in the troop the cost is $50 per scout.)

Helping with Eagle Projects

Posted by philpisch on Aug 9 2012 - 8:39am

In the next two months, we have four scouts working on their Eagle projects and four very different projects.  Please consider sharing your time to help them be successful in their projects.  As I receive dates for their scheduled work, those dates will be added to the troop calendar.

Sewing for $1 per patch

Posted on Dec 18 2011 - 9:04pm

A local scout parent is also a professional and experienced seamstress and willing to sew patches on shirts for just $1 per patch.  Mrs. Mindy Moffat is a parent in Pack 513 and will put your Scout's patches on appropriately and securely. (That's a real bargain compared to the $4 per patch the Scout shop charges.)  Mindy's experience sewing patches on military uniforms while she lived in Germany is evident in her work.  Your Scout worked hard to earn his patch, make sure it looks good and stays looking good all while supporting a Scouting family's new home business. Just Sew-Sew • 651-230-3036 • moffat766@comcast.net • 766 Meadwood Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125 •Tailoring • Repairs • Custom Home Decor • Basic Reupholstery • Private Sewing Lessons

Bring scout book, paper and pencils to every troop meeting

Posted on Aug 23 2011 - 1:00pm

For the next troop meeting ... as with all troop meetings ..., please make sure you bring your scout handbook, paper and pencils. 

A Shining Light Across America

Posted on Aug 2 2010 - 9:38am

On Saturday July 31st, BSA broadcast the Jamboree arena show titled "A shining Light Across America" broadcast from Fort A.P. Hill in Virgina.  The show celebrated the 100th anniversary of Boy Scouts of America and was attended by 40,000 jamboree scouts plus another 20,000 to 60,000 visitors. The broadcast had some very special moments that are worth mentioning.  Here is a link to that five plus hour broadcast.  ***** http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/8639388. ***** At 3 hours and 8 minutes, the speech by Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs was great. At 4 hours, the tour of the new high adventure base, The Summit, was amazing.  I want to go. At 4 hours and 30 minutes, the music and speeches by Switch Foot were inspirational. At 4 hours and 50 minutes, the scouts had an O.A. camp fire with a 40,000+ candle lit re-dedication to the Scout Oath and Law. At 5 hours, the fireworks and music was great.  (Can't go wrong with Aerosmith). Consider sending your scout to a jamboree some day.  For pictures of the jamboree, you can find them at this site.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/boyscoutsofamerica/sets/72157624558912302/?page=3. The jamboree web site is:  http://www.bsajamboree.org/

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