Tag: Boy Scouts of America

Shower of Hope, honoring veterans among scout activities

Shower of Hope, honoring veterans among scout activities

| January 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

The troops and packs have been busy this past year. The big news is that Scouts BSA (formerly Boy Scouts of America) has opened its doors to girls. But other news from local scouting groups also includes an assembly honoring veterans, competing in the Pinewood Derby and helping others with the Shower of Hope. Socks […]

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Troop 10 celebrates its 103rd year, and its Eagle Scouts

Troop 10 celebrates its 103rd year, and its Eagle Scouts

| January 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Boy Scouts Troop 10 is the oldest continuously sponsored troop in the nation. Founded in 1914, the St. James’ Episcopal Church chartered organization is celebrating its 103rd year, said scoutmaster Matt Rauchberg. Its 50 members come from a variety of schools and neighborhoods including Hancock Park, Larchmont Village, Windsor Square, Fremont Place and Koreatown. Schools include […]

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