Troop 361 Scouts enjoy outdoor trips, volunteering

Boy Scouts Manypoint Camp Color
Troop 361 Scouts and their leaders recently took several trips. Above, at the ManyPoint Scout Camp are, seated: Lukah Tjosaas, Ian Dodge, Micah Tjosaas, Sam Williams and Eli Wyant. Back row: Doug Kayser, Dylan Wirries, Alex Kayser, Connor Smith, Ben Lagergren, Curtis Urness, Connor Holliday, Aaron Klaustermeier, Kory Wyant, Joe Hennen, Anthony Hennen, Anthony Franck, Ben Williams, Gayle Williams and Mark Williams. Not pictured: Mic Tjosaas. (Submitted Photo)

Over the summer Boy Scout Troop 361 has done many outdoor activities.
We started in June by taking a week trip canoeing in the Boundary Waters. This was a great experience for all those who attended.
We had two great guides; Scoutmaster Doug Kayser, and Mark Lagergren. We hope to do it again in following years.
In July, we took our annual week-long trip to Many Point Scout Camp near Ponsford.
During this week, us scouts are able to work on and complete merit badges which help us with our advancements. It is always an exciting and educating experience for our troop.
Also, we continue to volunteer our time helping with the local bloodmobile, the American Legion chicken dinner, and with any other local organization that is need of volunteers.
Boy Scout Troop 361 is dedicated to its supporters and community.
We welcome any new members.

Written by Connor Smith, Troop Scribe