The boys formed 3 patrols and selected new patrol names, came up with patrol yells and designed patrol flags. Today, we present new patches representing their patrols. Mystical Gummy Bears, Panthers and Trollface.
Raymore Troop 124 visited Raymore Pack 315 to celebrate achivement at their Blue and Gold Banquet. We welcomed two new boys into our Troop exactly the way a Troop should; boys welcoming boys, placing a neckercheif on their shoulders and a form left handshake.
Our Troop has a lot of neat and unique traditions. When you crossed the bridge into our Troop, or at your first Court of Honor, you received a Troop neckerchief. Not a tiny Cub Scout sized neckerchief from the Scout shop, but rather one that could be used for both uniform and first aid. It was made just for you. It was sewn by a person, not in a factory. It was embroidered with our logo just for you. The same is true for silk Eagle neckerchiefs, each with our artwork includin
Raymore Cub Scout Pack 4124, Raymore Boy Scout Troop 1124 and Raymore Venturer Crew 2124 worked together at Raymore Christian Church to celebrate Scout Sunday with the congregation. The youth performed a flag ceremony, assisted with communion and enjoyed sermon about the great things that happen when you are a Scout.