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Freeville Troop 46




Freeville, NY Boy Scout Troop 46 is charted by the W.B. Strong Fire Company.  

Our regular meetings are Tuesdays from 6:30PM to 7:30PM at the Freeville Fire Hall on Union St.  

Scoutmaster:
David Norte
1-607-592-8732

Committee Chair:
Tom Sorensen
1-607-237-6013

We can be reached at Troop46@TCscouts.org

Troop 46 Monthly Calendars


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201806.pdf  
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201810.pdf  
201811.pdf  
201812.pdf  
201901.pdf  
201902.pdf  
201903.pdf  
201904.pdf  
201905.pdf  
201906.pdf  
201907.pdf  
201908.pdf  

Blue and Gold Banquet (February 2019)



Troop 46 hosts the Blue and Gold Banquet for Pack 46 every year.  It's a great opportunity for the Boy Scouts to mix with the Cub Scouts.

Pinewood Derby for Pack 46 (February 2019)



Troop 46 hosts the Pine Wood Derby for Pack 46 yearly, judging the race results.  A good time was had by all!!

Klondike Derby (January 2019)



Troop 46 participated in the 2019 Klondike Derby at Camp Barton, for the first time in years.  We took second place in the sled race and first place in the dessert contest.

Eagle Court of Honor (January 2019)



November 2018 Camp Out



99th Annual Ithaca Veterans Day Parade (Nov. 2018)



For the 100th Anniversary to the end of World War I, Troop 46 marched in the 99th Annual Ithaca Veterans Day Parade.

Boston Trip (Oct 2018)



Troop 46 visited Boston over Columbus Day Weekend.  Our group consisted of eight scouts, four siblings, and eight parents. We stayed in a cabin at Camp Sayre in Milton, MA.  The first day we hiked the Freedom Trail from the Boston Commons to the USS Constitution; earning the Freedom Trail Patch along the way by completing the worksheet. The second day we explored the Science Museum and took a Duck Tour on Molly Molasses.  All of the younger scouts and younger siblings took a turn driving while we were out on the Charles River.  The third day the families split up with one going to Lexington & Concord and two going to the New England Aquarium.  One group also hiked to and across the Harvard Bridge along the river front on the Boston side and then toured MIT before heading home.