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2020 Year Planning Poll

posted Jun 22, 2020, 5:17 PM by Dan Walton   [ updated Jun 22, 2020, 5:18 PM ]

Scouts & Leaders, please take the 2020 Year Planning Poll so the Senior Patrol can plan an exciting year!

Note:  Only "Vote" on things you know about or care about.  Otherwise leave the sliders where they are.

Parents - If you have ideas, talk to your scout.  If he doesn't want to add it to his poll (or comments), then email us directly!

Backyard BBQ Fundraiser

posted Jan 27, 2020, 12:26 PM by Dan Walton   [ updated Jan 28, 2020, 8:24 AM ]

Saturday, February 22nd, 2020

WHAT IS THE FUNDRAISER - This is the 4th annual Backyard BBQ at East Florida State College.  However, they asked OUR TROOP to sell burgers, dogs, etc.  We get full profit!

WHO CAN VOLUNTEER - Scouts, Parents and Scout-Aged siblings of Troop 337 can volunteer.

WHERE DO THE PROCEEDS GO? - To the SCOUT ACCOUNT! To be used for summer camp, or any other Troop related expense for the individual scout!   It will be split up by how many family hours were worked.

WHO IS RUNNING THIS FOR THE TROOP? - Mrs. Rima Andrews has graciously volunteered to head this up for us.  She can be reached at 446-7308 (text or call), or emailed at:

Note: All Scouts need to RSVP.   Each family member attending should fill out a form as well.

Scouting for Food - Pickup

posted Nov 5, 2019, 8:07 AM by Dan Walton

Saturday, November 9th, 2019 - 9am at McGrath Field

Each year, Scouts all across America have what is the worlds largest single-day food drive called "Scouting for Food"!  The food collected on this drive will provide food for the needy in our community throughout the year through the Second Harvest Food Bank.  This is your chance to be part of something REALLY BIG that is "HELPING OTHER PEOPLE" as we pledge in our Scout Oath.

There are two parts of the food drive:  

1. Door Hanger Drop-off - We Already Did This!

2. Food Pickup (this Saturday) - Troop & Pack families drive around, looking for bags, picking them up. We put them all in the flat-bed trailer.  Then, those who want can go to the distribution site to deliver the goods!

Who:          Boy Scout Families
Date & Time:  Saturday, November 9th, at 9am Sharp for group meeting
Location:     McGrath Field (info) - 1975 Stewart Road(map)- DO NOT MEET AT SCOUTPOST!
Attire:       Scouts wear Class-A Uniforms 
              Wear walking shoes.
Notes:        We'll meet at McGrath, assign areas, 
              and send families out with maps & water bottles.
              At the end, if desired, go to the drop-off station 
              nearby to help unload and see!!!

If we have enough help, we can do it in about 1 1/2 hours!

American Muscle Car Museum

posted Sep 11, 2019, 6:18 AM by Dan Walton

Here's the scoop on the Muscle Car Museum:

  • Everyone Meet at the Scoutpost at 9:15am this Saturday
  • Scouts & Leaders - Class-A Uniform. Others wear Troop Shirt if you have it, otherwise Street Clothes
  • We'll use the van and also carpool to the event.
  • We'll check-in at 9:30am, and the event starts at 10am
  • Pizza Lunch Provided. If pizza doesn't work, bring a bagged lunch
  • Scouts get a ride in a Porsche around a track if desired
  • Event ends at 2:00pm, arriving at the Scoutpost about 2:15pm
  • NO COST! - But I'd guess they have concessions & stuff to by there if desired.

Here's the list of attendees we expect to see, who are registered.

  • Jacob McCreary & Family Member
  • Nathan & Dan McMillan
  • Aeden Snyder & Parent
  • Vincent Pulcini & Parent
  • Zach & Pete Meyers
  • Dyllan Shankles
  • Matthew Walton & Family Member
  • Rylan Andrews & Parent
  • Maddox Jurgensen & Parent(s)
  • Michael Fares & Parent

IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND, please let me know right away, they are sold out and I'd like to release your slot. Otherwise we expect to see you.

If anyone is NOT ON THE LIST?, but wants to go, we have a few slots open, just contact

2019 Troop Registration is Open!

posted Sep 1, 2019, 2:26 PM by Dan Walton

Returning and New Scout Registration is Now Open:

NEW SCOUTS - Go to our Joining Information Page


Scoutpost Work Day

posted Jul 30, 2019, 11:36 AM by Dan Walton   [ updated Jul 30, 2019, 11:44 AM ]

Saturday, August 3rd, 2019


We're calling for all families of Troop 337 to come out Saturday for a 
Scoutpost Work Day!   

Every Family, please chip-in!

We're doing this to prepare for our "Scoutfest" Open House (on Friday, August 16th)  Here's the kind of work we'll be doing:
  • Yard Work (mowing, trimming, bagging, weed spraying)
  • Preparing the back-porch slab for painting
  • Erecting a fence-yard
  • Cleaning up / repairing the fire-pit
  • Repairing plaster & touch-up Paint
  • Spring Cleaning inside of the Scoutpost
WHO?    Please bring all able-bodied family members, or even trusted friends to help.   
SHIFTS? Work as many shifts as you can, even all day.  
FOOD?   We'll supply snacks & drinks, but there's a fridge and microwave to bring/make your own lunch.

EVERYONE PLEASE RSVP - In order to plan teams, we need EVERYONE to SIGN UP, (even if you can't go).  We'll be following up with every family.

Mulching Service Project - ALL HANDS ON DECK

posted Apr 25, 2019, 1:54 PM by Dan Walton   [ updated Apr 25, 2019, 3:15 PM ]

Saturday, April 27th, 2019


Scouts & Parents, please come and help our generous donors Bruce & Kim Gust do a Community Service Project for their Condo Community.

They have purchased two dump-trucks full of mulch, and need our help to lay it down!

This a way we can express our gratitude for their extreme and continued generosity to the Troop.

WHO CAN HELP?   We're asking any/all Scouts/Family/Friends that would like to come out and help.  With many hands, it will go quickly!

WHEN IS IT?  This will be Saturday, April 27th from 1:00-5:00pm.  If you can make it the whole time, great, but if not, please do what you can! 

WHERE IS IT?  At the Oceana Oceanfront Condominiums in Satellite Beach. - Driving Map

NEEDING A RIDE?  The plan is for scouts and their families to drive themselves and work.  However, for scouts that need to go alone, we have space in the van for 11 people who may need a ride.  If you need a ride, please email or text Mr. Walton.

WHAT TO WE BRING? - Shovels, leaf rakes, gloves (if desired), and sun protection.  We'll supply water & Gatorade. 

WE NEED WHEEL BARROWS TOO! - If you have a wheel barrow, and can bring it, please do.  If you have one, but it's too hard to take there on Saturday, can you drop it off on Friday at the Scoutpost? If so, please contact Dan Walton to arrange.

WHAT TO WEAR? Scouts please wear a proper Class-B uniform


As most of you all already know, we have a very generous donor named Bruce Gust (pictured above) and his wife Kim who have blessed us with:

  • All of our Black Tables & Chairs in the Scoutpost

  • 6 Brand-New Canoes

  • A Rigid Inflatable Raft with Motor

  • A Full Set of new/matching PFDS

  • A Full Set of aluminum Canoe Paddles

  • Two new 10x20 Pro Easy-Up Canopies

  • Two new 12x12 Easy-Up Canopies

  • The Refrigerator in the Kitchen

  • A slew of new Propane Lanterns and Tanks

  • Four new Propane Stoves

  • 10 Very Nice Bikes for us to us or give away (and counting)

  • Tons of Camping Supplies (axes, hatches, dutch ovens & lifters, cast iron stoves, charcoal tools)

  • Kitchen Supplies Galore (drink dispensers, pots&pans, utensils)

  • A 40' Shipping Container (in the works) and a storage shed

  • (much, much more, we cannot list)

A few weeks ago, we helped Bruce and Kim move into their Condo as a small "thank-you" with help from 6 scouts and 2 leaders.   Now is our chance to give them a BIG thank-you for all he's done for us!

Merit Badge University

posted Jan 13, 2019, 7:49 PM by Dan Walton   [ updated Jan 13, 2019, 8:04 PM ]

Saturday, March 16th, 2019 - 7:45am to 4:30pm

If you register before February 14th, you can use a discount code.   Here's what they are offering:
Eagle Required Merit BadgesCit Comm, Cit Nation, Cit World, Env. Science, Swimming

Other Merit Badges - Auto Maintenance, Chemistry, Coin Collecting, Electronics, Geocaching, Kayaking, Model Design & Building, Reptile & Amphibian, Radio, Space Exploration, Swimming , Weather

Scoutmaster Approval / Blue Card Required - Scout policy is that you need Scoutmaster Approval prior to taking class.   If you are Shark or Gator, please get approval from me before signing up for Eagle Required.   Otherwise you can go ahead and sign up, and get the blue card from me at our next meeting.


Lightfest 2018

posted Nov 19, 2018, 7:39 AM by Dan Walton   [ updated Nov 23, 2018, 5:28 AM ]

November 24th & December 2nd - 

We have two Space Coast Lightfest Work Nights coming up and we need ALL families to help out.  Here are the details:

Why Is This Important? Not only is this community service, but it is a VERY good fundraiser for our Troop and Pack. The money we raise goes right back to keeping camping and activity costs down, as well as supports our facility costs for being in the Scoutpost.

What do you Do? Direct cars, take tickets, sell concession, and help santa.

Who Can Help? We can use help from scouts, parents, and siblings who are scout aged and up. We can even have help from extended family and friends. We have about 26 slots to fill, so it's ALL HANDS ON DECK!

When Is This? We have TWO work nights, they are:

  • Saturday, November 28th- We are in charge of ticketing, hayrides, concession, and santa support.

  • Sunday, December 2nd - We are in charge of Parking, so this is older boys and older siblings/adults only.

What are the Shift Times? We want people to work BOTH shifts on a night if at all possible.  It is very difficult to change shifts.

  • First Shift - Starts at 5:15 and ends at 8:30.

  • Second Shift - Starts at 8:00 and ends at 10:30pm. However, typically we break up around 9:30 or 10pm, depending on traffic, they close early.

Signup - Please use this SIGNUP FORM or look below below to sign up EACH PERSON individually.  Indicate ALL possible nights you can work please. If we end up getting enough people, we will start dropping shifts when people signed up for multiple. WORK BOTH SHIFTS in a night if possible, it is hard to change shifts.  

SCOUTS! - If you or your families cannot attend, please email Mr. Walton and let him know that fact, and the reason. We are expecting every family to get as engaged as possible.

A good part of the fundraising aspect of the event is our Homemade and Quality Baked Goods sale (and hot chocolate).  We ask that all Pack families donate at least one home made or quality purchased baked goods.   Please CLICK HERE to indicate what you will bring and how you will deliver it.  Look at the email from Marie Higbie for Details.

Fall 2018 Court of Honor

posted Nov 9, 2018, 6:10 PM by Web Master

Image result for thanksgiving spread- November 12, 2018 - 

We will be having a fall themed court of honor on Monday, November 12. We ask that everyone signup for at least one foodstuff to bring. There is also a sheet with the names of everyone who will get awards and what awards they're getting.

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