Troop 21 spent the morning at the Salvation Army in Pasadena stuffing food bags for families and setting up the Toy Shop for children. Thank you Mr. Cowing for arranging this excellent service project. Happy holidays!
Nine Scouts and four leaders participated. They started at Cloudburst Summit in the San Gabriel Mountains, near Mt. Waterman, and then took the Pacific Crest Trail to Cooper Canyon Trail Camp. After setting up camp, they hiked to the Cooper Canyon Waterfall. They then headed back to camp to play some games, filter water and make dinner. The following morning they struck camp, worked on some rank requirements and then hiked back up. The hike totaled 9 miles on the trail and had an elevation gain of about 1300 feet.
Congratulations to Luke and Thomas who were awarded their Eagle rank. They now join the long line of Troop 21 Eagle Scouts and we are extremely proud of their achievements. They are an inspiration to all of us in Troop 21 and hopefully many fellow Scouts will follow in their footsteps.
A hike to the fire lookout, rock climbing and more – T21 spent a weekend at Shady Cove camp near Big Bear. How’s the view down there?!
Good times at Bandido in the San Gabriel Mountains – rock climbing, hiking, football and more. The day ended with an epic campfire.
T21 conquered Northern Tier, the Scout High Adventure Camp in the Boundary Waters between Minnesota and Canada.
This summer T21 scouts spent lots of time camping including at Cherry Valley.
T21 spent a week at Hubert Eaton Scout Reservation near Lake Arrowhead. The scouts earned tons of badges and had a great time.
For the third straight year, T21 participated in the Los Angeles River clean-up. At Golden Shores in Long Beach, T21 joined with Friends of the L.A. River and collected more than 100 pounds of trash, as well as some random car parts, a bucket, a cooler and an old Sega game.
Thank you Mr. Anderson for teaching T21 about the American Revolution and your involvement in re-enactment.