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ArrowTour, July 2015

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ArrowTour stopped by Rainbow Scout Reservation in Morris to bring the centennial celebration of the Order of the Arrow to the scouts northern Illinois. Our scouts enjoyed gaga ball, bean bags, other exhibits and activities.

Summer Camp 2015

Our troop just returned from summer camp at Rainbow Scout Reservation. It was an action-packed and fun-filled week of new adventures, fellowship with other scouts, recreation, and learning new skills. Our scouts accomplished so much on this trip and made memories for life!collage website

Big Frog T-Shirts and Cold Stone Creamery

Thanks to Big Frog T-Shirts and Cold Stone Creamery in Shorewood for a great outing. We had our troop’s Class B t-shirts made and then got to make our own ice cream treats at Cold Stone. It really hit the spot on a summer evening!

Big Frog and Cold Stone Revision June 2015

Troop 15 Welcomes New Members

Troop 15 recently welcomed three new scouts! Two came to us after earning their Arrow of Light Awards (Cub Scouting’s highest award) and one is new to scouting!

Welcome Braden and Tyler P

Congratulations Carlos

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Congratulations to Carlos V. on being presented with the Most Cheerful Arrowman Award at 2015’s Order of the Arrow Conclave. The weekend event offered an opportunity for Order of the Arrow members to gather, bond, and train together. Carlos attended as a member of the Waupecan Lodge and was recognized by members of all lodges within section C7 for his upbeat, positive, and cheerful attitude.  Thank you, Carlos, for representing Troop 15 so well!

Congratulations Gabriel

20150412_110645Congratulations to Gabriel N. for receiving the Ad Altare Dei religious award! His hard work and dedication were recognized on April 12th as part of the mass at St. Ambrose Church of Crest Hill.
All of your fellow scouts and adult leaders at Troop 15 are proud of you.

Controlled Land Burn Outing

IMG_0121The Scouts of Troop 15 participated in a controlled land burn on April 11th in Milton, WI.  The outing was combined with a cabin camping trip where the boys worked on rank advancement, cooked breakfast for themselves, and then moved on to the land burn.  Trained staff explained the importance of controlled land burns as part of the restoration process for native plants, and the positive environmental impact of restoring and maintaining wetlands.  The boys enjoyed the learning experience and are eager to return for a future outing.

Red & Green Ceremony

red and green March 2015Troop 15 enjoyed spending the afternoon with family and friends at our annual Red & Green Ceremony. We are proud to have presented 5 scouts with rank advancements and recognize them for their achievement. In addition, we were happy to take part in the presentation of an Eagle award to a Troop 15 alumn.  He chose to share this accomplishment with us today and celebrate by encouraging our young troop members to follow his example.
We’re all very proud of the work the boys have done this year. And we look forward to the opportunities and growth the coming year holds for them.

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