Welcome to Troop 1
Welcome to Northborough Troop 1. Founded in 1924, Troop 1 has been an active Scout Troop for over 85 years. We've served the community and brought the ideals of scouting to our youth ever since
The Troop meets on Tuesday evenings, from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the Church of the Nativity. 45 Howard St. Northborough, MA
Congratulations to Daniel
Congratulations to Daniel Hogan are in order as well. Daniel followed Sean into the Eagle Boards and came out as Troop 1's 92nd Eagle. Great job!
Congratulations to Sean
Congratulations to Sean Boulianne for completeing his Eagle Board of Review! Sean joins the Eagle's Nest as Troop 1's 91st Eagle. His Eagle Court of Honor will be on May 30th.
Welcome new Scouts
Troop 1 would like to welcome our new scouts from Packs 28 and 25. We would like to welcome Tim, Connor, Dylan, AJ, Aaron, Adrian, Charlie, Colin, Will, Jack, and Jackson. We look forward to seeing them do great things. Several of our new scouts already attended our March camping trip at Nobscot. They set and slept in their own tent in spite of the cold temperatures and the snow. Of course "Spring" in Massachusetts is also known as "Still Winter".....
Boston Harbor Islands Camping
Join your fellow Scouts on an island-hopping expedition of Boston Harbor Bumpkin and Georges islands. Setting sail from the Hingham Ferry terminal, we will first land at Georges island where we will explore a Civil War era fort and enjoy a view of the city skyline. We will be camping on Bumpkin Island. It is a quiet island with an interesting hike. We will have to map out low tide, as there is a link to the mainland that may be hiked at that time. The campsite has enough room to play touch football or some ultimate Frisbee.
Any scouts who are working on their cooking merit badge should contact Mr. Newman to make sure we plan out the necessary meal preparations to fulfill requirements.
The plan is to leave from Nativity at 8 am in order to make it to the Ferry.Please arrive between 7:30am