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
Welcome new Scouts
Troop 1 would like to welcome our new scouts from Pack 55/58, 28 and 25. We would like to welcome Saad, Fahad, Andrew, Kenneth, John, Andrew, Scott, Ilyas, Thomas, Michael, Bryan and Nathan. We look forward to seeing you do great things.
Congratulations to Colin
Good things happen in threes! In a month in a half, the troop has seen three Scouts earn their Eagles. Colin Price joined Troop1's Eagle Nest on December 26th. Troop 1 would like to congratulate Colin for obtaining his Eagle Rank. His Eagle Project focused on helping repair a town trail. WOrk was completed on the project throughout the fall. Colin becomes Troop 1's 86th Eagle Scout.
Congratulations to Connor!
Another Eagle has joined Troop 1's Eagle Nest. Troop 1 would like to congratulate Connor Moroney for obtaining his Eagle Rank. His Eagle Project focused on helping the Northboro Little League. Several dugouts were improved this past spring. He completed his Eagle Board of Review on December 5th. He becomes Troop 1's 85th Eagle Scout.
Congratulations to Tim!
Troop 1 would like to congratulate Tim Reuter for obtaining his Eagle Rank. His Eagle Project that helped imporove a Worcester area food pantry was complete over the summer. He completed his Eagle Board of Review on November 19th. He becomes Troop 1's 84th Eagle Scout.
Troop 1 is organizing a trip up to Maine Highadventure for the summer of 2014. This high adventure trip will feature canoeing on the lakes, rivers and streams in and around Northern Maine. We'll be somewhere on the Allagash Wilderness Waterway, the Appalachian Trail, Aroostook River, Baxter State Park, Chesuncook Lake, Grand Lake Matagamon, Grand Lake Seboeis, Penobscot River, Seboeis River, and Webster Brook. The available wildlife is second to none. We'll be able to spot moose, eagle, osprey, otter, black bear, and a host of other species in their natural environment.
This will be a trip sure to provide a lifetime of memories.