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Troop 61 Website!

Due to Social distancing restrictions:
All Scout Meetings and activities are online

See the list of available online scouting activities below.

Upcoming Events

APRIL 2020

  • 03 Meeting CANCELED

  • 05 POSTPONED: Pancake Breakfast in MGC Church Basement

  • 10 Meeting CANCELED

  • 17 Virtual Troop Meeting #2 -
        Photography Merit Badge -

  • 24 Virtual Troop Meeting #3

MAY 2020

  • 1   Virtual Troop Meeting #4

  • 08 Virtual Troop Meeting #5

  • 09 CANCELED: Cemetery Clean Up
          Service Project

  • 15  Meeting Astronomy MB part II

  • 16-17 CANCELED: Canoe Camp out on
              Wisconsin River

  • 22 Virtual Troop Meeting #6
    Astronomy Merit Badge

  • 29 Virtual Troop Meeting #7
          Astronomy Merit Badge


JUNE 2020

  • 5   Virtual Troop Meeting #8


  • 12 Virtual Troop Meeting #9

  • 13-21   Cancelled: HAT Wilderness
                CanoeTrip to the Boundary


  • 19 Virtual Troop Meeting #10

  • 26 Virtual Troop Meeting #11

Online Merit badge Classes

In an effort to help support Scouts and families as our communities suspend school and other programs in response to COVID-19, there are several councils offering Merit Badge Programs ONLINE. 


Please look at their lists of offered merit badges if interested. Some may have a cost.








These sessions are open to ALL Scouts in ALL Councils, nationwide!

The sale of wreaths and christmas trees is how we fund the things we do and everything in between.


Be safe when selling this year. I suggest emailing or calling friends and family to see if they would like to purchase from you this year.


Whatever you do...be safe first and do your best.

You can download a copy of the wreath sales sheet that has the prices and all of the details you need to know at the button below.

Wreath Sales Season Begins!

Outdoor Troop Meetings at Enderis Park

To help promote social distancing, the Troop will hold weekly meetings at Enderis Park! Hand sanitizer will be available to participants to use after touching equipment or gear, and masks will be required per the new City of Milwaukee Ordinance.

Meetings will be Friday
Location: 72nd and Locust St.   (The big field at Enderis Park)
Starts: 7:00pm
Ends: 8:30pm

Three Harbors

Scouting at Home

Merit Badge Opportunities

Scouting can take place anywhere – even in the comfort of your home! Here you will find a resource hub for parents and leaders to help support Scouting at home, with stay-at-home educational activities for any Scout rank, tips for continuing to work on advancements and kid-friendly content that connects Scouting with their daily lives.

Three harbors scouting at home


Online Merit Badge Opportunities from National Council

Work on merit badges from the comfort of your home! In an effort to help support Scouts and families as our communities are practicing social distancing, National Capital Area Council will be offering Merit Badge programs ONLINE!

These programs make a great supplement to ongoing online schooling efforts. They also help Troops, Crews, and Ships continue their program while avoiding in-person activities. For all badges, Scouts are encouraged to earn (or renew) their Cyber Chip ahead of time. 

These sessions are open to ALL Scouts in ALL Councils, nationwide!

All Scouts. Please complete BSA Cyber Chip.

We remind all scout and parents of the importance for all scout to be safe when online whether interacting with people online whether it is a class, merit badge or just communicating with others. Please download and complete the cyber chip workbook with your parents. Email your completed  pdf workbooks to Couselor@troop61.com. Use "Cyber Chip for (Scouts Name)" in the subject line when you email the completed workbook.


Three Harbors Council has communicated that all Scout units (Including Boyscout Troops) should not hold in person meetings, activities or outings during the public health emergency. They have encouraged us to consider ways to continue our Scouting programs via virtual meetings including conference calls and video conferencing. We also remind scouts and parents there are many Scouting activities that can happen at home. Visit Three Harbor Council for more updates.


IMPORTANT REMINDER: To Scouts and Parents. Scouts should not communicate to Scout Leaders individually. Scouts must include their Parent or another adult leader in all emails, texts, phone calls or communication of any kind.

Check your Advancement in Troopmaster.

Wonder how your scout is advancing? Well now you can check on their progress online through Troop 61's Troopmaster.  Watch the how-to video

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For The eBuggle!

Stay in the loop with troop! Events and weekly meeting updates are all here.


This is a must-do if you have a scout in the troop!

Leadership Positions

Boy Scout have many opportunities to learn leadership skills.

Leadership positions are also needed for certain rank advancements.

Click here to visit our page on leadership positions and how to get involved in one. 

Things we do

We are keeping a blog of the "Things we do" so you can follow our adventures.   

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Youth Protection

True youth protection can be achieved only through the focused commitment of everyone in Scouting.

Use PAY PAL to pay for Troop Activities. 

Making a payment with PayPal is a fast and simple way to pay for Scouting Activities. Follow these simple how-to instructions to get started.

Registration Scholarships


The cost of annual BSA registration for next year is increasing due to new costs at the national level. We will supply details in the next eBuggle. To help offset this expected cost increase the Troop committee voted to provide an Event Scholarship of $20 per scout to be applied, $10 per event, to any outing or campout held next year starting with Winter Camp.  Again, more details coming next week.

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