Boy Scouts have fun from New Mexico to Georgia


Boy Scouts white water rafting at Camp Woodruff in northern Georgia.

Hundreds of miles apart, the Scouts of Boy Scout Troop 641 finished the summer with fun and adventure. Thirteen boys and their leaders concluded a successful week at Camp Woodruff in northern Georgia. The Scouts, combined, earned over 50 merit badges at the camp, including shotgun shooting, archery, personal fitness, forestry, gaming and many more. A day of white water rafting and horseback riding were some of the highlights of the week.

Two of the Troop's Scouts returned from a week at Philmont Scout Ranch in Northern New Mexico, as part of the Central Florida Council Contingent. The Scouts and their fathers hiked through the 214 acres on the ranch for a week with all of their food, water and supplies in their backpacks.

The boys of Troop 641 are about to begin a new adventure in August.

Boy Scout Troop 641 is open to all young men, age 11 to 17. Check out the website for times of meetings at the JCC of Maitland. Or for more information, send an email to

Boy Scouts camping at the Philmont Scout Ranch in Northern New Mexico.


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