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Troop 373 is an active, fun organization dedicated to introducing young men from our community to the Boy Scouting values. We work with the scouts at all levels to set goals and work hard to achieve them. We are proud to be the home troop to 155 Eagle Scouts. It is our goal that each of our scouts achieves this honor, and we work with all scouts to accomplish this goal.

We live by the Scout Oath, Scout Law, Scout Motto and Scout Slogan. We're proud to be Scouts, and want to share that pride with others. We are independently chartered and we maintain an active schedule of fun events for the scouts including weekly troop meetings, monthly camping trips, summer camps, merit badge colleges and special events.

Troop 373 meetings are on Tuesday nights 7:00-8:30pm at the Newton Middle School Cafeteria, 4001 E. Arapahoe Rd., Centennial, CO 80122 (Located on the corner of Arapahoe and Colorado - enter from the east parking lot)  We meet weekly during the school year.

We invite you to visit our troop meetings to see what Boy Scouting is all about. Check out our next Troop Meeting date on the right under Upcoming Events. If you have any questions, want more information or want information about joining, please contact our Scoutmaster at scoutmaster@troop373.org.

BSA TROOP 373 PHOTO GALLERY (15,400 Photos) -  http://troop373.shutterfly.com/

If you have questions about our Website please send an email to webmaster@troop373.org

Sign up for Summer Camp is now open!

Posted on Feb 7 2017 - 9:02am

This year we will be going to Camp Cris Dobbins at Peaceful Valley near Elbert, CO June 11-17. Summer Camp is one of the best ways for your scout to begin progressing through requirements and ranks and all new scouts are highly encouraged to go.

Dobbins offers a variety of programs for different ages. For new scouts and any scout not First Class yet, Cris Dobbins offers a "Cornerstone to Eagle" option which takes the boys through many of the activities required for Tenderfoot, Second Class and First Class. Scouts will also get started on a few merit badges.

For scouts already Second Class, Cris Dobbins offers a stand-alone "First Class" option for them to finish many of the activities required for First Class. They will also start on a few merit badges.

For older scouts (14 and older), Cris Dobbins offers a "Mission Frontier" program that can include things like rock climbing and rapelling, hiking and whitewater rafting.  This is a more high adventure option with no merit badges.

Camp Cris Dobbins offers dozens of merit badges including Eagle required badges for those working on merit badges.

More information about camp and offerings can be found here. Video about the camp is here.

Cost is $380 per scout for the week which includes meals.

Adult leaders are needed for this trip. Please consider spending a week with your scout watching him learn and grow and having a ton of fun! Email Mr. Arnold if you are interested.

Lots of new pictures!

Posted on Feb 6 2017 - 9:01pm

Lots of new pictures have been added to the Troop Shuttefly account - here.

Class B's Tuesday night - February 7

Posted on Feb 4 2017 - 8:46am

Wear Class B uniforms and come ready to have some fun!  We're going to have a team building, physical activity game night!

Name Tags

Posted on Feb 1 2017 - 7:06am
If you do not have a name tag, are missing one, or have a broken one, please sign up for a new one using the link below. Please include your first and last name, and please make sure they are spelled correctly. You will automatically be charged from your scout account, and it is $8. If there is not enough in your scout account, I will let you know.  
 
 
If you have any questions, please reply to me directly.  
 
Thank you,
Josh Bond

Ice Climbing Trip CONFIRMED

Posted on Jan 15 2017 - 10:31am

Our day long ice climbing trip is now confirmed for Feb. 18th. Sign up is now open! If you are currently signed up and need to change your reservation, please email Mrs. Goodhart at kwgoodhart@msn.com.

Tip of the Week

Posted on Jan 15 2017 - 8:49am

On  regular basis, make a copy of the back of your scout's Scout Book. Any requirements that have been signed off, camping nights, service hours.

It's not unheard of that scout's misplace their books :) Having a copy will help ensure record keeping.

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