This was a weekend campout at Dos Picos . Our Troop completed community service hours with the rangers and we helped to remove plants that are not native to the area. We were able to work on our scouting skills, hike , bike and have a great time cooking and eating smores.
Thank you to everyone that made our fundraiser a sucess. We like to give a special recognition to Mrs. Olson for all her support to our troop for making this event a sucess.
We had an awesome time at our canoe trip! We were able to canoe down the Hoover Dam to Willow Beach. We stopped along the way and got to see the hot springs, learn about the history of the Hoover Dam , and camp overnight .
Our Troop 669 had a weekend campout at Joshua Tree National Park and we had a chance to visit the Skull Rock, see the Indian Petroglyphs . We hiked to the Dam that was used by cattle ranchers and even got to do some rock climbing.
On our backpacking trip we were able to hike a few miles near Warrner Springs along the Agua Caliente Creek and tent overnight . The creek had enough water on the creek for us to use our water filter systems and we were able to work on our backpacking skills.
Troop 669 had their annual rocket shoot. We were able to build our rockets and launched them during the day and night and everyone had a blast!
Thank you to the LoPresti Family for their support in making this event happen every year.
We had a spooktacular time at our annual Halloween party !
Troop 669 went to the 2021 Annual Camporee that took place at Mataguay .
Troop won awards and we all had a great time!
Troop 669 participated in a relaxing day at the beach.
Troop 669 participated in a two day community service project with Home For Our Troops to support two of our local veterans Marine 1st Sargent Ben Holmes and Marine Captain Kionte Storey . The first service day meeting we were able to help with the landscaping of the home . On the second meeting day our troop participated in the flag ceremony to welcome Marine 1st Sargent Ben Holmes and Marine Captain Kionte Storey to their new homes.