Troop 248 Mission: To run an organized, Scout-Led troop which uses Scouting fundamentals
to balance fun, learning, and advancement while working as a team to support each other and the community.
Troop 248 is chartered by St Stephens Lutheran Church
and meets every Monday night at 7p at
1575 Charlton St in West St Paul, MN
»We need Merit Badge Counselors! Please see the list and sign up to be a MB counselor at any Monday meeting
Mon Nov 27 – Troop Meeting – Trivia Fest! Come feast on trivia as only scouts can serve it up.
Youth leaders: Derek D, Aiden G and Thomas C / Adult coaches: Dan H & Patrick W
Mon Dec 4 – NO regular troop Meeting – but full PLC will meet at 7p and Parents/Committee members at 7p. This is part of a new monthly planning meeting on the first Monday of each month to provide youth and adult leaders with more time to plan troop meetings and activities.
Mon Dec 11 – Regular Troop Meeting
Mon Dec 18 – Troop Meeting – potential alumni night
Mon Dec 25 – Christmas! No Meeting
Mon Jan 1 – New Years Day! No Meeting
Fri Jan 5 – Sun Jan 7 – Winter Camping – Camp Phillippo
Youth Leaders – Roles and Responsibilities
Potential Merit Badges for Troop Meeting Teach-Outs – see MBs for Troop Meetings tab
Merit Badges Needing New/Additional Merit Badge Counselors – see MBs Needing Counselors tab
- For 2017 and beyond: All Scouts MUST use the new requirements regardless of rank.
Eagle Palm Requirements Changes – starting Aug 1, 2017
Have an ambitious Eagle Scout or about to be Eagle Scout? Requirements for earning Eagle Palms have changed to better meet the needs of scouts have earned more merit badges than the 21 needed for Eagle. Read more.
Key: Troop Events / District Events
Other Important Troop 248 Announcements
Oceanography and Environmental Science Merit Badge program at Mall of America Sealife Aquarium – (details) Cost: $25/scout & Program length: 4 hours. Call or email at least 2 weeks in advance – 952-853-0631 or email@example.com
Parent / Teen Digital Technology Contract – Required for your son to earn the BSA Cyber Chip (needed for Digital Technology & Programming Merit Badge). You can edit this Word version (or print out this PDF version) – you and your son should sign & he should return to Bryson H at the Monday troop meeting.
National Eagle Scout Association Scholarships (NESA) Information – Eagle Scouts in their senior year in high school can apply for $3,000 to $50,000 in competitive academic scholarships and Eagle Scouts graduating from high school through their junior year in undergraduate studies may apply for a competitive $2,000 to $5,000 merit scholarships. You do need to join the NESA to apply ($35 for a 5 year membership). Scholarship detail. Application deadline is October 31.