Boy Scouts & Cub Scouts
Bonduel Cub Scouts Pack 3024 is for boys entering 1st grade through age 12. The Cub Scout program meets on Tuesday nights at 6pm September through May and once each month in the summer. We work on community involvement, personal and family care skills, knot tying and other outdoor skills with the goal of preparing the boys for Boy Scouts while having lots of fun. If interested in more information, please contact Cubmaster Jess Bosman at 715-853-7009 or visit our Facebook page.
Bonduel Boy Scout Troop 24 meets year-round for boys ages 12-18. They work on community service projects, knot tying, camping skills, and other activities as dictated by the boys in the troop. The troop is boy run on the patrol method and guided by Scoutmaster Michelle Tubutis and Assistant Scoutmaster Chris Lecheler. Family involvement is encouraged! For questions about the Boy Scout program, please contact Michelle (715-509-0123) or Chris (920-360-1388). You can also get more information on our Facebook page.
Boy Scout Troop 225 involved in accident thanks the Bonduel Community
On July 23, approximately 9:55 am, local Boy Scout Troop 225 was involved in a serious accident on Highway 29 in Shawano County. Four adults and fifteen scouts were returning home from summer camp at Camp Ma-Ka-Ja-Wan in three SUV's when the accident occured. Three adults and twelve of the scouts were involved. It appears as though the driver of the first SUV, which was pulling a trailer, swerved lost control of the vehicle. The second SUV struck the trailer causing both to leave the road. The First SUV rolled several times before coming to a stop with the second SUV landing partially on top of the first. The third SUV was not involved in the accident. Eight members of the Troop, including 3 adults and 5 youth were transported to area hospitals for evaluation and treatment of minor injuries. One of the youth was flown flight for life to a neighboring hospital to be evaluated. All eight scouts were released from the hospital that evening and were able to make it home to Racine safely.