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Boy Scouts Troop 85 Update


Our Scouts at Woodruff Scout Camp, Blairsville, Georgia

From blasting through white water to the ability to choose from over 60 different Merit Badges.

Morning at Woodruff is spent knocking out Merit Badge requirements at the waterfront Nature/STEM center, field sports, handicraft or shooting sports ranges. In the afternoon, Scouts and their Troops have the opportunity to take on adventure challenges like climbing & rappelling, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, mountain boarding, Ga-Ga ball, interpretive programs, and a variety of aquatic activities. Campfires, movie nights, Vespers, and spoof badge sessions fill the twilight hours before taps closes out another great day of camp.

Located in the north Georgia Mountains, Woodruff ’s natural environment gives unlimited opportunities for adventure. And its renowned first year-camper program means that every Scout will have the time of their life no matter their experience level.

Here are some highlights from the Camp:

Scouts enjoying the water and perfecting their water sports skills.

Our Troop getting ready for another day of adventure:

Scoutmaster Tom Mullins with Troop 85 and Girls Troop 985

Scouts waiting for the campfire show.

Moments from the Flag Retirement Ceremony at night:

About Our Troop Newsletter:

Information compiled by Gerri Kuzyk, Troop Leader. All information is subject to change at any time. If you would like to contribute to this newsletter, contact Gerri at

Fundraiser Corner

Our fundraiser that is delicious and inexpensive is still going.

Country Meats is a locally based company out of Ocala, Florida and has been a longtime supporter of Scouts. They have an incentive program to earn patches.

These meats are high in protein, low in carbs and taste wonderful! How much do they sell for—only $1.00!!! For each stick sold the Scout gets $.45 into their account.

By Gerri Kuzyk, Troop Leader

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