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Sudbury, Massachusetts

the Quartermaster’s closet

Announcements, Trip Report — February 6, 2012 @ 7:13 pm


The cold and damp Saturday of January 21, 2012 sported the event of a colossal clean-out of the Quartermaster’s closet in Ames Hall.


Backpacking Trip – Camp Yawgoog

Announcements, Trip Report — November 2, 2011 @ 5:03 pm


Camp Yawgoog is a Boy Scout Reservation that hosts summer camps and rents out campsites. Camp Yawgoog includes three different camps as well as outlying campsites with a total of 1800 acres of land. The camp was founded in 1916 and is the fourth oldest continuously run scouting reservation in America. It is located near Rockville, Rhode Island.


Washburn Island Trip

Announcements, Trip Report — October 19, 2011 @ 2:03 pm


On the weekend of September 17-18, 2011, members of Troop 61 Sudbury canoed off the shore of Cape Cod to Washburn Island, an uninhabited strip of land no more than two miles long. Before becoming a popular camping spot, the island had been used as a World War II landing site for the Army Amphibious Command. As a service project, scouts were encouraged to pick up trash left by previous campers.


Sudbury Troop 61 Delivers a Pair of Eagles!

Announcements — August 17, 2011 @ 7:22 am

Last Saturday, more than 120 members of the community, including five previous Eagle recipients, gathered together at St Anselm’s Church Hall to honor Sudbury’s newest Eagle Scouts, Gregory Gazda and Jason Porter, both 18, and seniors at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.

Read more: Sudbury Troop 61 delivers a pair of Eagles - The Sudbury Town Crier

Jamaica: Sudbury Eagle Scout Assists in Rescue

Announcements — August 17, 2011 @ 7:19 am

The trip started much like many other high school community service trips. Sudbury’s Matt DeLaney and nine of his fellow high school seniors were heading to Jamaica to complete some community service projects at the Yalles Elementary School on the impoverished west coast of the island. They planned to teach the young pupils some arts and crafts skills and play some sports including rugby. And that by itself would have been a very memorable trip.

Read more: Sudbury Eagle Scout assists in rescue in Jamaica - The Sudbury Town Crier

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