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Welcome to Troop 312 from Jackson Michigan This page is designed for use by our Scouts and Scouting families to keep up to date on Troop information and events If you are looking for information on our Troop, please use the contact us link on the left side of the page.

Merit Badge Mania

Posted on Nov 14 2017 - 7:09am

Merit Badge Mania 2018 - Wayne County Community College District

10/16/2017: Open Registration

Want to save a life?

Posted on Oct 28 2017 - 11:25am

The PLC requested, and Joy has graciously agreed to train us in CPR.  This is basic CPR training, which is used many times a day to save lives. There are two portions to the training. If you want to learn the skill, just come to our Troop meeting 11/27. If you want to get certified (and learn more), follow the link on the event scheduled for 11/27.  

Food!!! We want Food!

Posted on Oct 9 2017 - 9:41pm

As you all should already know, we have been working on compiling ideas for Troop meals. There is a page on our Site (Troop recipes) that has a good start. However, we need to get more ideas. The final goal here is to put each on a card, making this tedeous process of picking menus for our campouts a bit more streamline, while also giving us all BETTER FOOD! Please take some time to look through the page, and to submit your own ideas. Please include prep time, cook time, and ingredients needed (best to say "X" needed for 4 people, then it is easy to scale up from there. 

Scout account balance - what is included?

Posted on Jun 20 2017 - 8:36pm

A short time ago, it was brought to my attention that with the account balance email being more automated, it was difficult to know exactly what campouts were included.

Q and A about event registration and online payments

Posted on Jan 12 2017 - 10:31am

As you know, we have moved to complete online sign up, and are accepting payments online or at Monday meetings only. Below are answers to a few questions I have received. 

One more reason your Son should be a Scout

Posted on Dec 14 2016 - 9:49am

According to this study in Scouting Magazine, adults who were Scouts as youth tend to have better overall mental health! 

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