Our Next Big Event:
Spring Camporee at Camp Gorsuch
TROOP 300 WORKS WHEN PARENTS HELP
Troop 300 Thunderbirds is an Alaska Boy Scout Troop based out of Wasilla and dedicated to the three aims of scouting:
Find out more about Troop 300
Philmont Scout Ranch and Blue Sky Adventure Tours July 5th through July 19th, 2019. Between the 5th and 7th scouts and venture crew will take guided tours of Red Rock Park and amphitheater, the Air Force Academy, Pikes Peak by Railway, Royal Gorge whitewater rafting, and western style steak cookout. Hotel accommodations for two nights which includes swimming pools, buffet meals, basketball courts and other games and activities. Arriving at Philmont on the 7th your trek begins on an unforgettable adventure in the New Mexico high country. You and your crew will hike 100 miles over 12 days through Philmont's rugged wilderness, summiting peaks and participating in staffed programs along the way. Your adventure begins in Anchorage the evening of 4 July and will conclude on 20 July 2017
108 Scouts Who Became Famous
The BSA is turning 108! Here's a list of 108 scouts who have become famous.
Did you volunteer? Log it here for rank advancement
We've now added an online place for you to log your volunteer hours for credit toward rank advancement. You'll find the link to a form and more on the Lists and Forms page. Just click on the navigation tab at the top of this page.
What does the Grubmaster do?
- Scoutmaster Krzypkowski
I have had a few questions about "Grubmaster"
What does "Grubmaster" mean??
It’s a privileged position that fulfills rank requirements in order for a scout to plan, buy, and help prepare meals during an outing.
Individual patrols should have planned their meal menu for Frezeree.
The Grubmaster for each patrol will go out to a store and buy the food on the planned menu and have it ready for Frezeree.
Meals that the Grubmaster will buy should not exceed $5 per scout, per meal.
Example – 6 scouts in a patrol = $30 per meal.
After you have completed your shopping, please save any receipts if you would like reimbursement from the troop.
Snacks and additional food throughout the weekend will be the responsibility of each scout – Grubmaster is only responsible for getting the above listed meals.
All cooking equipment is provided by the troop (Inside each patrol box) along will fuel and stoves.
As always, the first few outings can be overwhelming – don’t hesitate to ask questions.
Find something on our website:
Scouts rise up through ranks as they earn merit badges for learning and experience a wide array of topics and activities. Meritbadge.org is an excellent resource.
Troop 300 is scout-led with adults leaders for support. Scouts dream, plan, and run all events. Learn about leadership opportunities for all scouts.
Scouts can sell BSA popcorn and coffee to raise funds to help them go to scout camp, buy gear, and other troop activities. Find out more.