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Troop 507 meets on Monday evenings November through March at 7 o'clock pm in the 
Scout Room in the basement of the Strenski Center building.  
St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church is our Chartered Organization 
7117 - 14th Avenue  Kenosha, Wisconsin 53143.
March through November, we meet at the Nash Park Picnic Shelter 
located at 57th Ave. & 60th Street.   

Our Leaders
aka
The Lawn Chair Patrol

Meet
The Troop
Patrol Leaders' Council
 SPL
 ASPL
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OTTER
Patrol
Kenosha's FIRST
Boy Scout Patrol
Road Runner
Patrol


Eagle
Patrol

Congratulations to Troop 507's 
Newest
EAGLE
SCOUT
Michael
web site tracking statistics
grandfather clocks
100 
Boy Scouts of America

In 1907, Robert Stephenson Smythe Baden-Powell, an English army officer, invited a group of boys to Brownsea Island off the coast of England to attend the world's first boy Scout camp. Here he taught basic outdoor skills. Its success led him to write a book called Scouting for Boys. Thousands of boys read it and wanted to join the new organization. Scouting spread like wildfire throughout Europe and before long, around the World. 

The Scouting movement came to America because an English boy led a lost American businessman through the foggy streets of London, and expected no reward in return. This so impressed him that on February 8, 1910, William D. Boyce and a group of businessmen, educators, and political leaders founded the Boy Scouts of America. 

Troop 507 was originally chartered on back in 1911, and is sponsored by St. Mark's Catholic Church. See the History of the troop in the link to the left. Our troop is inter-denominational, welcoming boys from every faith, race, and background. We participate in weekly meetings and monthly outdoor activities which have included camping, hiking, skiing, canoeing, biking, and community service projects.

Becoming a Member of Troop 507

Whether you are an adult or a young boy, the world of Scouting takes you hiking along trails, canoeing across great bodies of water, camping outdoors, observing wildlife and natural habitats. Scouting teaches you meaningful ways to help your family, community, nation and the world. Leadership positions teach you responsibility and to help other people at all times. All these experiences will help you mature into a knowledgeable and confident adult.

If you are a boy, eleven to seventeen years old and live in or around Kenosha, we invite you to come and visit Troop 507. If you are a Webelo Scout, we invite you to visit our troop and consider joining us when you crossover. 
 

Troop 507 was the first Scout Troop formed in the Southeast Wisconsin Council back in 1911, when the Boy Scouts of America was only 11 months old.  

See the link in the contents section for the history page.
This page was last updated: January 17, 2017

How to Join 
Boy Scout Troop 507


Canoeing on the Brule River
in northern Wisconsin
The Bald Eagle's Nest 
at Camp Sqa-ta-lot
Preparing for a trek up the big green mountain at Camp Sqa-ta-lot
Retiring a Flag of 
the United States of America
Troop 507 Parent Guide
Troop 507 Parent Guide
Troop 507 Code of Conduct
Troop 507 Code of Conduct
Geocaching at 
Kettle Morraine State Park
Marching in the parade at the 
US Grant Pilgrimage 
Boy Scouts of America Troop 507    Kenosha, Wisconsin
Why "Chief Thundercloud" you ask......?


Scoutmaster Corps
Troop 
Committee
The Scouts from Troop 7 at a Klondike Derby back in 1956
Frog watching at Richard Bong State Park
Cliff Diving at Camp Sqa-ta-lot
Biking the Elroy - Sparta Trail
Day trip to the Chicago Museum of Science & Industry and Shedd Aquarium
What types of things can I expect to do and 
see if I join Troop 507?
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Lightning
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