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  Rotary Boy Scout Troup 105

For the past ten years the Monday noon club has sponsored The Rotary Special Needs Boy Scout Troop 105. Our troop provides a complete scouting experience to men, with special needs, fifteen years of age and older. Troop 105 meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm at Huntington House, 2521 10th St. S., Wisconsin Rapids.

Our scouts enjoy the full range of scouting activities including camping, crafts, advancement in rank, leadership training, merit badge achievement and even first aid practice with The Wood County Search And Rescue Squad.

A high point of the scouting year is the annual summer camp at Camp Tesomas near Rhinelander, Wisconsin. In addition to a wonderful camping experience, our scouts qualify for advancement in rank and for merit badges including Wilderness Survival, Pioneering, Cooking and Archery. Several of our scouts have been selected for recognition as members of the honorary Order of The Arrow.

Special activities throughout the year provide opportunities for adventure. The annual trip to Milwaukee for a Brewers game is always a winner. Picnics and boating on the Wisconsin River and Local Camporees are high points.

Troop 105 scouts find time to help others and make a meaningful contribution back to our communities. Our scouts continue to serve in Scouting For Food, to fill the local food pantries, and as part of Make A Difference Day. With the support of local businesses, our scouts shop at Christmas for children of needy families.

Our club provides financial support to Troop 105 through our Rotary Foundation. Our Rotarians are actively involved as members of the Troop 105 Committee. Our club and Troop 105 combine our meetings for the annual Court of Honor to recognize the achievements of our scouts and to renew our friendship and commitment to scouting. This relationship continues to be very rewarding for everyone involved.

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