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Troop News

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Dragon Patrol

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Scorpion Patrol

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Indian Patrol

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Panther Patrol

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Phoenix Patrol

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Frog Patrol

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Merit Badges
Forms
Links

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Order of the Arrow

Troop Needs

Members List:

Chartered Organization Representative:
William Thomas
Scoutmaster:
Aaron Garrison
Assistant Scoutmaster:
Mike Moody
Don Yarborough
Committee Member:
Joe Brown
Keith Gunter
John Jefferies
Drew Maerz
Marty New
Donald Wilkerson
Matt Schiebel
Troop Committee Chair:
Aaron Garrison

Links Section


OLD NORTH STATE COUNCIL

TROOP 513 PHOTO BUCKET

PATROL PAGES

ORDER OF THE ARROW, TSOIOTSI TSOGALII LODGE

FLAG SPRINGS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

CUB SCOUT PACK 513

WOOD FIELD LOCATION

LANCE MILKS BLOG

SCOUT MANAGE

CAMP DURANT

CAMP CHEROKEE

SCOUT HUNT-N-FISH DAY
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Scout Oath


Scout Law

The Adventure of Scouting

In the outdoors, youth have opportunities to acquire skills that make them more self-reliant. They can explore canoe paths and hiking trails and complete challenges they first thought were beyond their ability. Attributes of good character become part of a youth as he or she learns to cooperate to meet outdoor challenges that may include extreme weather, difficult trails and portages, and dealing with nature's unexpected circumstances.

Learning by doing is a hallmark of outdoor education. Unit meetings offer information and knowledge used on outdoor adventures. A leader may describe and demonstrate a Scouting skill at a meeting, but the way Scouts truly learn an outdoor skill is to do it themselves on a unit outing.

Scouting uses the patrol method to teach skills and values. Scouts elect their own patrol leader, and they learn quickly that by working together and sharing duties, the patrol can accomplish far more than any of its members could do alone. The patrol succeeds when every member of the patrol succeeds, and Scouts learn that good teamwork is the key to success. Health and wellness is part of the outdoor experience. As Scouts hike, paddle, climb, bike, or ride, their muscles become toned and their aerobic capacity increases. When they work as a patrol to plan menus for their outings, they learn to purchase cost-effective ingredients to prepare flavorful and nutritious meals.

Service to others and good citizenship is learned through such outdoor activities as conservation projects, collecting food, building trails and shelters, and conducting community service projects that promote healthy living. Through helping other people, Scouts learn to appreciate how they can share themselves and their blessings to those in need. By giving service to benefit others, Scouts gain a sense of personal satisfaction.

Every year for the last 50 years, Troop 513 has always had its doors open to new members.

Whether you’re looking for fun, adventure, friends, outdoor recreation or leadership skills - you’ll find them all here! We are recruiting boys who want to learn and grow in a positive atmosphere, and families who are enthusiastic about supporting their sons.

Boy Scouts is about building character, developing personal fitness, and learning leadership and citizen-ship. These goals are achieved in the outdoors. The adventure of hiking, camping, swimming, boating, high-adventure challenges, and touring is woven into the program.

What Troop 513 wants to do, is get YOU out into the outdoors and experience life.

After all, What did YOU do this weekend?

Click here to watch the video of what an adventure scouting can be.

 
Troop Meetings


The Troop meets at Flag Springs United Methodist Church
on Monday nights at 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
We have a general rule if there is no school,
then we do not have scout meetings that night.

 
Court of Honor


The troop has a court of honor 4 times a year where the scouts receive their rank advancements, merit badges, and awards.
It is also held at the church at 7:00 p.m.

 



If you are looking for a uniform or scouting supplies, look here:

BSA Scout Supplies online
is operated by the national supply division. This site is your official online source for information about camping equipment, uniforms, handbooks, and other essential Scouting merchandise

LOCAL STORES

1. The Royce Reynolds Family Scout Office & National Scout Shop
1405 Westover Terrace, Greensboro, 27408
Mon. - Fri. 9 - 6 & Sat. 10 - 4
Scout Shop phone number: 336-378-9166 or 800-367-9166

2. Delk's Army Surplus
Located 6 miles west of Asheboro on US HWY 64 (Dixie Drive)
4705 US HWY 64 west, Asheboro, N.C. 27205.
Phone Number: 336-629-0991



This Troop 513 website will support the Troop by providing timely and accurate information about troop activities.
This site will be scouter safe, user friendly, availiable, incorporate the values of scout law and positively reflect on the troop and scouting.


Troop 513 is a member of The Old North State Council


 
 WELCOME TO THESEAGROVE/ASHEBORO BOY SCOUT TROOP 513
5852 Zoo Parkway  •  Asheboro, NC 27205
phone: 336-381-3176

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