Reminder - Scouting for Food pickup is this Saturday, February 25th. We will meet at Grace UMC at 8:30 AM to receive instructions, then leave at 9:00 to begin food pickup in the neighborhoods in which we delivered bags a few weeks ago. Since we have a larger than normal area, we could use as much support as we can get. All Scouts and Leaders should wear their full Class A uniform. See everyone Saturday!
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Troop 15 Mission Statement
As a Troop, we will be youth led with full cooperation and support for each other;
we will maintain the Troop 15 Code of Conduct and Standards;
we will live by the Scout Oath, Scout Law, and Outdoor Code at all times; and
we will Be Prepared for Life.
Troop 15 is not only growing in size, but in strength. Our success is based on us being a boy-led unit with full support from adult leadership. The adult leaders in Troop 15 are focused on creating a healthy environment in which each Scout has the opportunity to advance on their own trail to Eagle.
We are chartered by Auburn Outdoor Adventures, a local non-profit organization started by a group of adult leaders within Troop 15 with the sole objective of providing support for the Scouting Program of both Troop 15 and Venture Crew 15.