Scouts BSA 4058G seeking girls to join Coupeville troop

  • Friday, May 28, 2021 2:22pm
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Scouts BSA Troop 4058G is inviting girls age 11 and older to join the pack.

Troop members camp, hike, kayak, backpack, bike and more while making new friends.

Children also learn outdoor and leadership skills, including by volunteering in their community.

Troop members can work their way to Eagle Scout, a nationally recognized achievement that can open many doors, according to Scout leaders.

Scouts participate in the activities that interest them. They also lead the program, plan events and elect their own leadership.

Adults provide mentoring, skills training and support.

The troop meets Tuesdays 7-8 p.m. Tuesdays in Coupeville.

To learn more visit ScoutsBSA.org or contact troop Scoutmaster Mike Tenore at michaeltenore1@gmail.com, 206-255-8712 or Assistant Scoutmaster Heather Tenore at heathertenore@yahoo.com, 206-719-3599

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