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Scouts BSA Troop 2191

Scouts BSA Troop 2191 offers a youth run year-round adventure-based program designed to offer and encourage effective character, citizenship, and leadership training for girls age 11-17.

In addition to camping, Scouts and adult leaders enjoy activities such as horseback riding, rappelling, canoeing, shooting sports, dutch-oven cooking, and more while accommodating the needs of today’s busy families.

Meetings are held every Thursday from 6:30-8:00pm at the New Hudson United Methodist Church at 56730 Grand River Ave, New Hudson, MI 48165

Adventures

Troop 2191 has many adventures scheduled, including:
Active Camping Program
Canoeing
Chief Pontiac Trail
Horseback Riding
Merit Badge Opportunities
Summer Camp
Service Opportunities
Trail to Eagle

Patrol Method

Troop 2191 follows the Patrol Method to operate the Troop. The Patrol Method allows Scouts to interact in a small group outside the larger troop context, working together as a team and sharing the responsibility of making their patrol a success. Using the Patrol Method, Scouts learn valuable leadership skills as well as how to work together as a team.

“The patrol system is not one method in which Scouting can be carried on. It is the only method.”
—Lord Baden-Powell, Scouting’s founder

Youth Leadership

Learning to be a leader in the Troop and in the community are key objectives of Scouts BSA. In Troop 2191, the Scouts lead the Troop and the adults provide mentoring, training, and safe supervision.

Scouts run the weekly meetings, manage the troop and patrols, plan the annual calendar, cook their own meals on camp outs, and lead the way on outings, with the adults following. In this way, they learn to be leaders, while the adults are there to make sure they make wise decisions.

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