Do a Good Turn Daily! Troop 48 is committed to serving our community. In addition to our Eagle Scout Projects, the troop regularly participates in Community Service.
Community Service is an integral part of Scouting. Each Scout is required to participate in community service projects as part of their Rank Advancement method. By the time a scout reaches Eagle, they have participated in a minimum of 18 hours of community service. Further, to obtain Eagle rank a scout must plan, develop and give leadership to others in a service project.
Over 115 members of Troop 48 have earn the greatest achievement in Scouting! Eagle Rank requires completion a community service project approved by Council. Here are just a few of the projects our Scouts have accomplished for the benefit of our Community.
Much like out Scouts, this website is a work in progress. Established in 1954, Troop 48 has a long history of service, adventure and accomplishment to tell. Much more to come....
Troop 48 Eagle Scouts: Please click here for instructions on how to add your project to our website