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Troop 429 - Home Troop 429 3140 S. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach, FL 32118 Home Contact us About Us Calendar Camping Checklists Links Troop Leadership Tips for Scout Leaders Outdoor Code New Scout info 429 Code Summer Camp Gallery Home Welcome to Troop 429's web site! Troop 429 of Daytona Beach meets across the street from here! Click here for Top 10 Reasons Why Your Child Should Try The Boy Scouts Then click on the "contact us" tab above to join Troop 429 How About an Adventure? Boy Scouts prove themselves in an environment that challenges their courage and tests their nerve. After they've been given the proper guidance from those with experience and know-how, they take their own lead, going places they've never gone, seeing things they've never seen, and diving into the rugged world of outdoor adventure, relying on teamwork and character to accomplish what everyone else thinks is impossible. Sound fun? If you're a boy age 11, or at least 10 and have completed the fifth grade, or have earned the Cub Scout Arrow of Light Award, the time for a real adventure is now. New scouts are always welcome. Frequent campouts. Awesome outdoor program. Leadership training. Caring leaders. Summer camp. Click on the "Contact us" tab above to start the adventure with Troop 429. Richy earns Eagle! Troop 429's newest Eagle is Richy Dietrich, a senior at New Smyrna High School! Richy earned the Eagle Scout award in January after fulfilling all BSA requirements and successfully passing a district board of review. Here's some interesting Eagle Scout facts: 181 NASA astronauts were involved in Scouting (57.4 percent of astronauts). 39 are Eagle Scouts. 191 members of the 113th Congress participated in Scouting as a youth and/or adult leader. 28 are Eagle Scouts. 18 current U.S. governors participated in Scouting as a youth and/or adult volunteer. Four are Eagle Scouts. Random Thought: “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”Mark Twain Hang out with Troop 429! Click on the above photo of Scout Nathan at the Camp Thunder climbing wall to see more of what we do in scouting and at Troop 429. ________________________________ New Troop 429 Leaders Troop 429 elected scout leaders are: SPL: Nathan ASPL: Ian Patrol Leader: Alex Quartermaster: Landon Scribe: Ryan Troop Guide: Michael Youth Leadership Philosophy [Reprinted from the BSA publication, Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops] Leadership is a vital part of the Scouting program. Boy Scouts in positions of leadership run the troop. They take care of the many tasks necessary for troop and patrol meetings and activities to run smoothly. By accepting the responsibilities of troop leadership, Scouts are preparing themselves to be leaders throughout their lives. Opportunities to develop leadership skills are every bit as important, if not more important to Boy Scouts and to Scouting in general as any recognition or advancement program. Scouting offers young people a rich and varied arena in which to learn and use leadership skills. It is also a way to keep Boy Scouts interested and involved—keep them busy, organized, and trained, and give them opportunities to lead. Among the activities encountered by a troop’s leaders are ? Organizing the troop ? Planning and organizing activities and meetings ? Assigning duties to others ? Planning menus and figuring out food costs ? Encouraging advancement ? Guiding a troop’s involvement in problem-solving ? Teaching outdoor, sports, or craft skills ? Ensuring the troop’s safety during meetings and outings ? Handling the troop’s finances ? Helping other Boy Scouts make the most of their own leadership opportunities ? Encouraging participation The badge of office presented to a Boy Scout who is accepting a position of troop leadership does not automatically make him a good leader. Esto Paratus [means "Be Prepared" in Latin] Copyright 2011 Troop 429 3140 S. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach, FL 32118 Similar Website

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