Welcome to Troop 558

  Troop 558 Packing Meals for Salvation Army
 Troop 558 Packing Thanksgiving Meals for the Salvation Army.
 
Troop 558 posing for a Group Picture After Packing Meals.
 
Troop 558 at the Popcorn Ball
Troop 558 at the 2015 Popcorn Ball
 

4117 Terrace Drive
Omaha, NE 68134-3755
(402) 571-1622

Music Merit Badge

Posted by shawn.ovenden on Mar 5 2015 - 7:31am

Earn your Music Merit Badge with the Omaha Symphony!

On Sunday, March 15, Boy Scouts will have the opportunity to enjoy a concert from 2:00 - 4:00 pm followed by the Music Merit Badge Workshop from 4:00 - 6:00.  The $10 fee even covers a pizza dinner!  Register online and get more information.   Registration closes March 9.

Meeting early on March 2nd

Posted by shawn.ovenden on Feb 28 2015 - 10:29am

Please plan to arrive at 6 pm to run through the New Scout Induction Ceremony.  This will be the 1st meeting for all of the Scouts that have just crossed over and we want to make them feel welcome. Bring a dozen cookies to share for the celebration as well.  Thank you!

Summer 2015 High Adventure Trip

Posted by shawn.ovenden on Feb 22 2015 - 7:46pm

Here is the list of important dates in regards to the Summer 2015 High Adventure Trip.

MRHAB participants:

 

Key Dates

Webelos Lock-in - This Friday Night

Posted by shawn.ovenden on Feb 9 2015 - 9:48pm

This Friday night will be the Webelos Lock-in at the church.

The event starts at 7pm.  I woudl like the Troop 558 scouts and adults to be at the church at 6pm to set up and get ready fo rthe webelos.

No Meeting Tonight - Feb 2, 2015

Posted by shawn.ovenden on Feb 2 2015 - 6:28pm

No Meeting tonight - Feb 2, 2015  We will have Scoutmaster conferences and Boards of Review next Monday, Feb 9, 2015.

Shawn Ovenden

The Patrol Method - 1938

Posted by shawn.ovenden on Jan 19 2015 - 3:50pm

Please find at the link below the book called The Patrol Method published in 1938.  This book explains the principles of the patrol method of Scouting.  The principles in this short book are as valid today as they were 100 years ago.  Also understand that some of the terminology in the book had a different meaning at the time the book was published.  As an example the book refers to a patrol as a "Gang".  At the time the book was published a "Gang" was just a group of people that liked to hangout and do things together.  Obviously the term "Gang" is not perceived to have a good meaning.

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