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On January 24, 1998, Troop 68
held its third
"Laughs For Lunch" program. This program was a campfire program
at the high school auditorium, complete with songs and skits. It was
to the public. The troop also used the program as a service project by
asking people who attended the show to bring a nonperishable food item.
Thus we provided the laughs while the audience provided the lunch for
The pictures here show three
scenes from the
Singing in the Rain
I Lost On Jeopardy
Troop 68 held its spring Court
of Honor on March
Pictured here are the Scouts
who received merit
The Central Minnesota Council
has held this event
in conjunction with Camp Ripley for quite a number of years. Nearly a
Scouts and leaders from all over central Minnesota participate in this
event. The troops stay in the barracks and eat in the dining halls.
are busy with competitions during the day. The troops gather Saturday
for the big show.
Here are a few pictures just
to give you an idea
of the fun of Ripley.
The troop 68 Scouts.
What would Scouting be if a
troop didn't attend
a summer camp? The members of Troop 68 attended camp at Many Point
Camp during a week in July. Archery, rifle shooting, swimming,
sailing, climbing tower, and a lot more activities keep every busy when
they were not working on their merit badges. There is just too much to
do at camp!
Concurring the Wall in
Helping build a gateway.
Duty to Others is an important
part of being
a Boy Scout. Troop 68 was active in several service projects during the
year including cleaning road ditches, forming a team for the Cancer
For Life fundraiser, cleaning streets in Melrose, and participating in
the yearly Scouting For Food Drive.
Cancer Walk For
Scouting For Food
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