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Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 1707 of Troy, Michigan!  Founded in 1969, the Troop has nearly 50 Scouts from Troy, Auburn Hills, Rochester, Sterling Heights, Royal Oak, Birmingham and surrounding areas, all from diverse cultural backgrounds.  We strive to provide a boy led, boy run program using the patrol method.  We meet at the Smith Middle School cafeteria located at 5835 Donaldson Drive, Troy (back of the school) on Tuesday nights at 7:00 p.m during the school year, and welcome you to visit us.  We camp at least once a month from September to June, and have a week long summer camp in July.  We offer great opportunities for young men to explore and achieve by camping, advancing rank, earning merit badges and learning leadership skills from other young men as they advance in their Scouting career.  We look forward to meeting you!

If you are interested in Troop 1707, use the "Contact Us" link to the left.  Please confirm the email address that you enter is correct.  We make every effort to answer all inquiries as quickly as possible.

 

The Scouts of Troop 1707 prepare to launch their patrol rafts at the 2017 Water and Woods FSC North Fall Camporee featuring a Huck Finn River Rafting Rodeo Race.

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Another successful 1707 campout!

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Troop 1707 Camporee Awards:

Overall Best Looking Raft Award:  Banana Bandits Patrol

Second Place in the Race (2nd of nearly 20 racing rafts!):  Fainting Goats Patrol aka "Goat Boat"

Scout and Scouter Dues deadline is Oct 10th

Posted on Sep 27 2017 - 8:25pm

 All Scout and Scouter/Parent dues must be paid by Oct 10th.  See the finance table with forms and payments. Forms A & B, Code of Conduct and Cyber Pledge are due along with payment.  *All forms are also found at the "Annual Registration" link to the left.  Questions?  Email Melissa Lindholm @ melholm@sbcglobal.net

ALERT - Update regarding event RSVP system

Posted on Sep 6 2017 - 5:06pm

Parents and Scouts:  Please read!  The Troop leadership is trying to cut down on the amount of time used for organizing and tracking Scout and parent attendance for events.  This is non-value added time that can be better used improving the Scouting program.  To achieve this, we will be using the RSVP attendee lists on the calendar to track attendance for all events, which are required for District level events and for us to use some facilities such as the D-bar-A Scout Ranch.

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