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Welcome to Troop 12


Boy Scout Troop 12 in Appleton, Wisconsin, was originally chartered in 1930, and remained in existence until 2002.

In the spring of 2010, a group of Scouts and adults came together with a common goal: 


To revive Appleton's Troop 12... on the 80th anniversary of the Troop's founding, and the 100th anniversary of Boy Scouting!


Our Troop has been busy this summer voting on outings, electing Troop leaders, setting up the website, and deciding on new patrol names. For more information on Troop 12, please email our Scoutmaster at  troop12appleton@gmail.com  

And for some inspiration, read The First Scouts article on the left side of this page.

We thank you for your interest, and look forward to building a terrific program with the boys... for the boys!!
 

 




Troop 12 - Out of the Ashes, We Rise!

2016 - 2017 Calendar




8/27 Scout Leader Tranining FELC

9/6

First Troop meeting FELC

9/13

6:30PM-FELC  PLC,

9/23-25

Fayette State Park MI outing

9/20

6:30PM-FELC Troop meeting

9/27

Court of Honor, ALL FAMILY MEMBERS INVITED

10/4

6:30PM-FELC Troop meeting

10/11

PLC

10/14-10/16 High Cliff outing

10/18

6:30PM-FELC Troop Meeting,

10/25

6:30PM-FELC Troop Meeting

11/1

6:30PM-FELC Troop Meeting

11/4 - 11/6

Gardner Dam outing,

11/08

6:30PM-FELC Troop meeting, PLC

11/12

Webelos Pin Day 8-4 DIstrict Event

11/15

6:30PM-FELC North- Troop Meeting,

11/22

Santa Scamper no troop meeting

11/29

6:30PM-FELC Troop meeting

12/6 6:30  FELC Troop Meeting.
12/13 PLC
12/9 12/10 Tundra Lodge Outing
12/13 PLC
12/20 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
1/3 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
1/10 PLC
1/13 -1/15 Outing
1/17 Troop Meeting
1/24 COH
1/31 Troop Meeting
2/5 Scout Sunday
2/7 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
2/14 PLC
2/17 -2/19 Ski Outing
2/21 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
2/28 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
3/7 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
3/14 PLC
3/14 -3/19 New Scout Camp outing
3/21 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
4/4 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
4/11 PLC
4/18 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
4/21- 4/23 Backpack outing
4/25 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
5/2 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
5/7 adult leader meeting
5/9 PLC
5/12-5/14 Devils Lake Outing
5/16 6:30pm FELC Troop Meeting
5/23 COH
5/30 Last Troop meeting
7/2 -7/8   High Adventure outing Porcupine Mountains MI
7/11 Summer Camp Parents meeting
7/23 - 7/29 Summer camp

 


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Providing A Compass For Life





For over 100 years, Scouting programs have instilled in youth the values found in the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Today, these values are just as relevant in helping youth grow to their full potential as they were in 1910. Scouting helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills that influence their adult lives.

The Boy Scouts of America provides youth with programs and activities that allow them to

  • Try new things.
  • Provide service to others.
  • Build self-confidence.
  • Reinforce ethical standards.

While various activities and youth groups teach basic skills and promote teamwork, Scouting goes beyond that and encourages youth to achieve a deeper appreciation for service to others in their community.

Scouting provides youth with a sense that they are important as individuals. It is communicated to them that those in the Scouting family care about what happens to them, regardless of whether a game is won or lost.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Scouting promotes activities that lead to personal responsibility and high self-esteem. As a result, when hard decisions have to be made, peer pressure can be resisted and the right choices can be made.

Troop Trailer


Troop 12 now owns it's own trailer.


  • Donations to finish paying for the trailer gladly accepted



The families of Appleton's Troop 12 THANK YOU!!!

Philmont Grace




For food, for raiment
For life, for opportunity
For friendship and fellowship
We thank thee, O Lord

Scouting.. By The Numbers


The experiences of Scouting's first century add up to some mighty big numbers, starting with one hundred candles on a cake. Here are some other eye-opening numbers:


110 million - People registered by the BSA since 1910

3 million - Youth members currently registered

2.3 million - Merit badges earned each year

2 million - Scouts who have earned the Eagle Scout award

1.1 million - Registered adult leaders

1 - You, the most important Scout today. Learn skills, have fun, work on advancement, and be the best Scout you can.


That's the best birthday gift you can give the BSA and Troop 12 of Appleton, WI!