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Important Dates and Upcoming Events

January 23: Troop Meeting 7pm Sanctuary. Sign up for MBU! $25 per Scout. MBU dates are 2 Saturdays this year: March 2nd and March 9th (with March 23rd as a snow day). Download and print MBU form: https://www.mayflowerbsa.org/wp-content/uploads/Merit-Badge-Selection-Form.pdf  Bring to the troop meeting with your $25. Scout account funds can be used – let Mrs. Panagrossi know.

January 25–26: Midnight Madness, Crotched Mountain NH Ski Trip
2 session ticket=$80; 2 session ticket with 2 day helmet rental =$95; 2 session ticket with rental equipment =$100; 2 session with rental equipment and helmet =$115; all pricing is per person and includes the Lock-in fee and gas money for drivers. Lock-in is sleeping on the lodge floor and morning breakfast.

January 30: Troop Meeting 7pm Sanctuary

February 1–3: Scouts Klondike Derby with overnight camping or cabin sleeping at Camp Squanto

February 6: Troop Meeting 7pm Sanctuary

February 10: Scout Sunday

March 2, 9 and 23: Merit Badge University at Southeastern Regional Voc-Tech High School in South Easton, Massachusetts.  Scoutmaster/ASM training (free) during MBU on March 2. Interested adult leaders register on line through Mayflower Council’s website.

April 13: Spring Scout Orienteering (‘Scout-O’) at Hale Reservation in Westwood, Massachusetts. Click here for registration and information.

June 1–2: Little Haystack Backpacking Weekend in Grafton County, New Hampshire

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