By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter
On Saturday morning, Boy Scout Troop Number One made the hike to the Dover Library to complete the third leg of their project designed to help local seniors better understand technology.
While the first two sessions were largely focused on computers, this one was based on better...
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Wellesley Boy Scout Troop 185 held their winter Court of Honor on Monday, February 4, at the Italo-American Club. The masters of ceremony were Ben Lussier and Russell Hornung, Troop 185's co-Senior Patrol Leaders, assisted by Henry Boyd, Sage Lapides and Cameron McKeever. They introduced the...Read more
Medfield Boy Scout Ian Gipson from Troop 89 recently completed his Eagle Project this past June with the installation of three signs at the Medfield State Hospital property. The signs display a map of the entire property and detail a brief history of what each of the buildings were used for during the hospital’s heyday....Read more
One of the most valuable things scouting offers a Boy Scout is the opportunity to be a leader. Six students from Troop 1, Dover, broadened their leadership skills by attending National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) training last summer. Four scouts out of six attended this training at Cachelot Scout Reservation at South Carver, MA, and...Read more
Boy Scout Troop 44 went on a ski trip to Cranmore Mountain this past February. Everyone had a fantastic time skiing on a variety of trails for all abilities. One scout put it simply and said: “It was a great mountain with great snow.” Troop 44 has run this ski trip annually for the past...Read more