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Make an Impact

Scouting-age youth go through significant physical and emotional growth. Through scouting, they have the chance to put a large portion of that growth to good use and get the answers to many of their questions.

Outdoor Skills

Youth have the chance to learn skills that help them become more independent in the great outdoors. They are able to explore canoeing and trekking trails and overcome obstacles they at first believed were insurmountable. The great outdoors is the best teacher there is.

Timeless Principles

Youth are taught the Scout Law and Scout Oath as part of scouting activities. Youth can improve their academic performance, self-confidence, ethics, leadership, and citizenship skills through scouting, which will have an impact on their adult lives.

Service, Honor, and Duty on the Trail to Eagle.

Our vision is for Troop 73 to grow and flourish through the next millennium, developing respectful young men who promote participation in Scouting to Cub Scouting as well as to their peers, regularly perform community service projects, conduct themselves according to the Scout Oath and Law, achieve the highest Scout Rank of which they are capable and who, as adults, continue their participation in Scouting.


Scouts and parents can view their advancement progress and RSVP for upcoming events on Scoutbook.

Visit Scoutbook
Request Scoutmaster Conference
Request Board of Review

Visit Us!

Troop 73 is extremely active and we’d love for you to visit and get to know each other! We meet on Mondays at 7:00pm at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church. We’d love to meet you!

More Information

Upcoming Events

Monday Troop Meetings

Jul 29
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Campouts and Special Events

Aug 02
August 2 - August 4