Raymore Boy Scout Troop 124 hosted the annual pumpkin patch at Raymore Christian Church this year. The boys and their families unloaded the truck, managed the patch for 20 days and did a phenomenal job helping area residents find the perfect pumpkins for their Halloween celebrations. The effort raised enough money to purchase the equipment that this growing Troop needs.
With holidays approaching, I know that many of you will be cooking up wonderful holiday meals and deserts and possibly consuming a few extra canned beverages. I wanted to remind you that Raymore Boy Scout Troop 124 recycles metals of all types and has a large, white collection bin on the West side of the Raymore Christian Church parking lot (One block west of Dairy Queen on HWY 58). If you deposit your used cans (aluminum or tin) and scrap metal of any type, we'll make sure i
This year's Fall Camp-O-Ree was based on the Athletic, Personal Fitness and Sports Merit Badges. In addition to Scouts from Raymore Boy Scout Troop 124 and Raymore Pack 124, Troops from all over Thunderbird District were in attendance, Scouts worked to complete most of the requirements from each Merit Badge.
The boys are here to learn and they can do so while gaining hands-on experience in a safe, low-risk environment so that they can apply these skills in other parts of their lives. They won't do things as quickly, accurately or professionally as an adult thinks he could have in their place, but they will do it and they will learn from it. Each time they try, they will learn something new and take that with them. Believe me when I say that removing my den leader hat and stepping