Welcome to Manchester Troop 3!

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Welcome to Troop 3's website.  If you need help logging in or have questions about joining Troop 3 please click on Contact Us to send a message.  

Or, if you are looking for the cub scout program (grade 1 to grade 5) please contact Stephen Bixby (stephen.bixby@gmail.com) for Essex Pack 100, or  Todd Cooper (trcooper@me.com) for Manchester Pack 30.  

Sunday Badge Session - Time Adjusted for the Super Bowl.

Posted on Feb 2 2019 - 5:11pm

New time due to Superbowl 4-5:30 so you can get home in time for kickoff

This will be a catch up session for Citizenship in the Community from 4 to 4:45, and Citizenship in the Nation 4:45-5:30 if a scout missed a session or if a new scout wants to join he is also welcome.

Citizenship in the Community

Ski with the Eagles March 2 at Mt. Sunapee

Posted on Feb 2 2019 - 5:11pm

Daniel Webster (NH) Council is sponsoring a ski day at Mt. Sunapee NH. 

Ski at group rates on a Saturday!  

August 2020 - Northern Tier High Adventure!

Posted on Feb 2 2019 - 5:04pm

How would you like to spend 9 days canoeing and exploring the waters in Bissett Manitoba Canada? We entered the lottery and have been awarded a trek for August 2020 at the Northern Tier High Adventure base. Northern Tier is the Boy Scouts of America’s gateway to adventure in the Great Northwoods. In the summer, Scouts from Northern Tier’s three wilderness canoe bases explore millions of acres of pristine lakes, meandering rivers, dense forests and wetlands in Northern Minnesota, Northwest Ontario and Northeast Manitoba. Northern Tier crews paddle in almost 6 million acres of exclusively canoe-access wilderness from the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) of Minnesota to the Atikaki Provincial Park of Manitoba. Unofficially regarded as the “Most Extreme High Adventure in Scouting,” the Northern Expeditions (“Bissett”) Canoe Base is the most rugged and remote region paddled by Northern Tier crews. All crews enter the wilderness via a twenty-minute float plane to a canoe cache located at the heart of the combined 2.5 million acres of Atikaki Provincial Park and Woodland Caribou Provincial Park, an area paddled by only a handful of canoeists each year. Northern Pike, Walleye and Channel Catfish abound the Bissett region. The fishing truly is world class and the difficult geography ensures that it will remain so. All trips are fully outfitted and provisioned. A highly trained staff member, called an Interpreter, accompanies all crews on their trek.

SCUBA Course and Refresher info

Posted on Feb 2 2019 - 5:03pm

Unfortunately, the weather cut short the last day of the SCUBA class.  Undersea Divers is looking for weekend dates that will work for us to finish the last pool session. When that date is chosen,  If you're going on the dive trip to Mexico, we will be able to have everyone spend some time in the pool refreshing skills and checking out their equipment. Better to identify an issue with your gear before you fly down there.  More information to follow. 

STEM Camp April Vacation

Posted on Jan 5 2019 - 11:49am

Grades 6-12


Posted on Oct 27 2018 - 12:59pm

Uniforms are an important part of being a Scout and being a cohesive group.  As a new way to encourage events to get in the spirit, we’re going to turn this into a little competition.  

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