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Welcome to the Cedarburg Boy Scout Troop 830's website - your source of information for all things Troop 830 !  We are a group of boys, grades 6 through 12, leaders, and parents who proudly serve our community and our country.  We believe in the Scout Oath and obey the Scout Law.  We develop responsible and capable youth through camping, adventure, learning, and most importantly, through fun and friendship. 

We are Troop 830. 

Annual Troop Picnic & Court of Awards

Posted on Aug 20 2016 - 10:33am

Please be sure to sign up now for the Troop Picnic and Court of Awards on Sunday, August 28th.  We need to have a good count for food by August 24.  Thank you to all who signed up to help set up/clean up!  You will receive a reminder email closer to the picnic.  We are still in need of one griller.  This year we are doing “home grilling” rather than hauling grills to the park.  If you are willing to grill brats please note it in your sign-up.  We will deliver the meat and a Nesco for you to grill the morning of the 28th and bring the grilled meat in the Nesco to the park by 12:30.  Please remember to bring your dish to share.  Last names with A-K bring a dessert or snack and L-Z bring an entrée/salad of some type.  See you at the Park!


Posted on Aug 20 2016 - 10:33am

Attention Boy Scouts - You have been to Camporees where you have shown your skills and learned new ones.  Now is a great time for you to share those experiences by teaching Webelos new skills and allowing them to show their skills.  Kettle Country District's new event, Wagon Day, is a great opportunity to lead these young Scouts.  Wagon Day is a Boy Scout-like event designed around the Webelos program and staffed by real Boy Scouts.  Boy Scouts take on leadership roles and give Webelos a little taste of Boy Scouting, while proudly representing our Troop and inspiring Webelos to continue along the Scouting trail.  Sign-up on the Troop website to man a Fort during the Kettle Country Wagon Day for Webelos on Saturday, September 10th at Tendick Park, Cty Rd O, Saukville.  


Posted on Aug 20 2016 - 10:32am

SAVE YOUR ALUMINUM CANS!!!  Mitchell G is holding an aluminum can drive to help fund his Eagle project.  Gather your cans and cans from friends, family, neighbors and anyone else, and bring them to the Scout house.  Mitchell will be picking up cans at Troop meetings through the rest of the summer.

Eagle Cave Camping Is Back!

Posted on Aug 20 2016 - 10:32am

Our ever-popular Eagle Cave camping is back this November 12th - 13th, an opportunity to stay in Wisconsin's Largest Onyx Cave!  As one reviewer wrote: "During the summer months, Eagle Cave is like many other caves - you can walk through with a tour guide.  But in the fall and winter months, you can camp in Eagle cave.  Not only can you sleep in the cave, but you can explore the dozens of holes and passages.  Some holes are interesting, others are a real adventure."  Sign up by September 26th to reserve your spot.

2017 National Jamboree Registration Open

Posted on Aug 20 2016 - 10:32am

Our own Mr. Heyer has again been selected to lead a Bay-Lakes contingent to the 2017 BSA National Jamboree to be held July 19-28, 2017.  The National Jamboree is the premier event put on every four years by the Boy Scouts of America at the Summit Bechtel National Scout Reserve, Beckley West Virginia.  Located on a sprawling 10,600 acres, the property includes more than 5 miles of zip line and challenge courses, 36 miles of mountain bike trails, and 13 acres of shooting sports ranges, as well as venues for kayaking, rock climbing, bouldering, skateboarding, BMX, and various other activities.  At The National Jamboree, there's something for everyone!  Register for National Jamboree with the Bay-Lakes council by completing the attached Interest Form and submitting a $200 deposit AND with the National BSA by completing the online registration here: http://www.summitbsa.org/events/jamboree/jamboree-registration/   See the attached Interest Form or contact Mr. Heyer for more information.  

Sea Scouts 5069

Posted on Sep 21 2015 - 10:10am

Sea Scouting, sometimes called scouting's best kept secret, is open to young men and women ages 14 through 20.  Ship 5069's Scouts sail the 28-foot sailing sloop, Highlight, at least once a week on cruises out of Milwaukee's McKinley Marina.  This summer they've taken Highlight on several weekend sails to ports on Lake Michigan.  There's no sailing experience needed to join - it's a learn-as-you go program.  Beside sailing, Scouts learn about weather, using GPS, radio communications, and lake ecology.  A number of Sea Scouts are also active members of Troops.  To learn more about Sea Scouting email Ship5069@gmail.com.  They’ll send you details about their program and arrange a time to sail or to attend a meeting.  Like them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Ship5069 to see what the Sea Scouts are doing.

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