Boy Scouting is alive and well at Red Clay. With close to 100 boys actively involved in Red Clay's scouting programs, why look anywhere else for a pack or troop? Scouting ideals and methods complement the activities and lessons offered the children and youth of Red Clay!
A Scout is Reverent. Scout Sunday: The first Sunday in February when Scouts and Scouters wear their uniforms to celebrate Boy Scouting's relationship with the church. We set aside a Sunday each year to give thanks and to recognize the contributions of young people and adults to the scouting movement.
A Scout is Thrifty. Join the Scouts for a memorable meal and fellowship as the boys fund raise to help ‘pay their own way’ toward equipment and activities. The scouts host an Italian meal every spring as well as pancake breakfasts throughout the year.
A Scout is Cheerful. Cub Scouts are cheerful, too! The annual running of the “Red Clay 5000” (millimeters that is) Pinewood Derby kicks off every February for Pack 29. Cheer on the Cubs to see who has the year's fastest car!
A Scout is Friendly. Ready to accept the challenge and become a Boy Scout? March is when we welcome new scouts to Troop 29. Boys 12-18 years old are welcome to join Troop 29 for a weekend of scouting madcap fun and activities.
A Scout is Brave. Trying or doing something new for the first time takes bravery! Come spend a weekend in the forest with Troop 29 to brush up on your outdoor skills, or come learn a new one at summer camp.
A Scout is Loyal. The National Jamboree every four years marks one of the finest outdoor and leadership experiences a boy could have!
Who Can Join? Pack 29 welcomes boys in the first through fifth grades or those of 7 to 10 years of age. Boys at least 10 years old or have completed the fifth grade boys can join Troop 29’s Boy Scouts. All boys are welcome to join at any pack or troop meeting. Please contact John McNamara or visit our websites (Troop 29, Pack 29) for additional information.